The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded modestly lower in today's stock market but the major indexes did come off their lows of the day.
The Dow Jones slid lower amid fears Joe Biden's massive stimulus plan could lead to higher interest rates or tax hikes. GM stock reversed.
A growing number of Americans are willing to get a coronavirus vaccine, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll. That could help vaccine stocks.
Solar stocks rallied Thursday as President-elect Joe Biden was expected to unveil his stimulus plan, expected to include an emphasis clean energy.
Virgin Galactic stock and other space stocks jumped Thursday on hopes for a new space-focused exchange traded fund started by a big Tesla bull.
Delta Air Lines reported mixed Q4 results and gave weak Q1 guidance, but sees a turnaround on its cash burn by the spring. Delta stock rose.
Dow Jones futures: The House impeached President Trump, as Apple led the stock market rally. Airbnb, DoorDash flashed buy signs. Taiwan Semi earnings loom.
Johnson & Johnson said Wednesday its coronavirus vaccine was safe and effective in a midstage test — prompting JNJ stock to pop in late action.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded around break-even in today's stock market after the major U.S. indexes recovered some of this week's earlier losses.
The Dow Jones rallied as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked a rapid impeachment trial for President Donald Trump. Airbnb stock hit buy zone.