stock market futures shook off early losses and shot higher late Monday,
following Wall Street’s worst selloff since 2008.
Tuesday rebound would not be unusual — Bespoke Investment Group strategists
found that in the 10 previous times since 1952 that the S&P 500 fell 5% or
more on a Monday, the index has gained the following day, by an average of
Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 700 points in premarket trade on
Tuesday, following one of its worst days on record on Monday when the index
dropped as much as 2,000 points during the session. Some losses were reversed
after the bell after United States President Donald Trump said he may introduce
new payroll tax cuts in order to respond to the coronavirus crisis.
started rallying late Monday after President Donald Trump said in a White House
news conference that he would seek payroll tax relief and other measures to
help businesses amid the coronavirus outbreak. Trump said he would announce
more details Tuesday and discuss “a possible payroll tax cut or relief,
substantial relief, very substantial relief, that’s big, that’s a big number,”
the Associated Press reported. “We’re also going to be talking about hourly
wage earners getting help so that they can be in a position where they’re not
going to ever miss a paycheck.”
stock plunge was the result of growing fears of the economic toll that the
rapidly spreading COVID-19 outbreak will take, as well as a selloff in
energy-related companies amid a crude-oil price war kicked off over the weekend
between Saudi Arabia and Russia.
plummeting 25% Monday, their worst day since the 1991 Gulf War, crude oil
prices ticked up in electronic trading late Monday. West Texas Intermediate
crude for April delivery CLJ20, 7.067% on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose
5.6% to $32.94 a barrel. May Brent crude BRNK20, 6.054%, the global benchmark,
gained 6.7%, to $36.75.
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