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Nasdaq roars back 3.6% for its best day in 4 months, S&P 500 adds more than 1%

U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday after a decline in bond yields caused investors to rotate back into the beaten-up technology sector. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 3.69% to 13,073.82 for its best day since November. Tesla soared 19.6% after a five-day losing streak and posted its biggest one-day pop since February 2020. Apple and Facebook jumped more than 4% each, while Microsoft and Netflix both gained at least 2.5%. Amazon rose 3.8%. The tech-heavy benchmark rallied as much as 4.3% during the session.
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US STOCKS-Nasdaq set to bounce back as tech stocks gain ground

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) * Futures up: Dow 0.35%, S&P 0.93%, Nasdaq 2.22% (Adds comment, details; updates prices) March 9 (Reuters) - Major U.S. stock indexes were headed for a higher open on...
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Nasdaq soars 3% as falling bond yields fuel tech bounce; Dow back above 32,000

Stocks rise Tuesday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite up sharply a day after it entered correction territory. See full story. Senate probes Robinhood business model at GameStop hearing. The Senate Banking Committee began its public probe of the GameStop saga on Tuesday, with Democrats and Republicans staking out opposing positions...
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Why Is the Nasdaq Still Falling on Monday?

If you're looking at the stock market on Monday, you might be confused by what you see. Many of the most popular benchmarks are up sharply for the day, buoyed by hope for economic stimulus measures that could help more people recover from the financial impact of the pandemic. Yet the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX:^IXIC) continued to give up ground, falling more than half a percent as of 1 p.m. EST.
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Nasdaq wraps best day since November, Tesla surges 19%

U.S. equity markets ended Tuesday on a high note as bond yields eased off their highest level in over a year giving the Nasdaq Composite its best day since November. I:COMPNASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX13319.864652-78.81-0.59%. Powered by. The tech-heavy composite jumped over 3.6% or 464 points, while the S&P 500 added 1.4%.The...
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Nasdaq books biggest daily gain in 5 months as falling bond yields fuel tech bounce

U.S. stock-market benchmarks rallied Tuesday as falling bond yields helped to send the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite up sharply a day after it tumbled into correction territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA finished well off session highs, scoring a gain of 30.30 points, or 0.1%, to end around 31,832.74, leaving the blue-chip gauge 0.4% from its record close of 31,961.86 hit last month.
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What to watch today: Nasdaq set to rebound as Dow goes for three-day rally

With elevated Treasury yields pulling back a bit and recently struggling tech stocks bouncing, the Nasdaq was set to recoup much of Monday's more than 2.4% loss, which dragged the index into a correction, down more than 10% from February's record closing high. But Tuesday's projected gains would be more than enough to pull the Nasdaq out of a correction. (CNBC)
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Dow rally ends shy of 32,000, while tech selloff leaves Nasdaq in correction territory

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed higher, but shy of the 32,000 mark Monday, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite ended sharply lower to enter correction territory — underlining a stock-market rotation being driven by a continued rise U.S. Treasury yields. The volatile session followed the Senate’s passage over the weekend...
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What to watch today: Nasdaq set for sharp drop after Friday's comeback

U.S. stock futures were mostly lower Monday, with a sharp drop in the Nasdaq and tech names indicated to start the new week after Friday's big turnaround. Tesla shed another 2% in the premarket after closing Friday below $600 per share for the first time since early December. The stock has lost a third of its value since its all-time intraday high in late January. (CNBC)
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Smart Glass Startup View To Begin Trading On The Nasdaq

Smart glass-maker View is set to begin trading on the Nasdaq Tuesday after going public through a SPAC (special purpose acquisition company.) View’s smart glass panels use artificial intelligence and machine learning to tint a building’s glass to optimize for light, heat and glare. The company combined with the SPAC...
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These Nasdaq 100 stocks broke their long-term trend in the past week

A handful of Nasdaq 100 stocks have broken their long-term trend as tech names came under pressure. Amazon, Zoom, Dexcom, Adobe and Fastenal all crossed below their 200-day moving average in the past week as rising rates and the reopening trade made high-growth stocks less attractive to investors. Three of...
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