Goldman Sachs reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings.
U.S. stocks on Monday suffered their sharpest decline in months.
While some have tried to temper expectations, most economists are expecting "gangbuster" numbers from March's retail sales.
Despite the weather's effect, weekly jobless claims are rising at a slower pace than estimated
Markets rejoiced on the news of a possible vaccine and a now-peaceful transition from Trump to Biden.
For November, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 11% so far, but has managed only a 3% gain year-to-date.
Baird's Patrick Spencer said the index had more value than growth stocks and expects the former to outperform and the latter to stabilize.
The announcement marks Tesla's arrival as a consistently profitable company after building up losses in its first nine years as a public company.
Stock Market Today: Wall Street Rebounds On Possible Biden Win, Hopes For New Round Of Stimulus Checks
Wall Street ended Election Day on a high while the surge was sparked by investor hopes that a clear winner would be declared in the presidential election and that a stimulus deal would be passed.
Wall Street on the mend after selloff in the last week of October.
Analysts cautioned the looming election and remaining presidential debates could increase volatility in the U.S. market over the next month.
Why Did Stocks Drop On Monday? Wall Street Reacts To Worries Of COVID Resurgence, Election Turmoil, Delayed Stimulus
Analysts worry that the fight over the vacant Supreme Court seat will complicate, delay efforts at another stimulus bill
U.S. stock futures dipped Thursday morning: Dow Futures fell 265 points to 27,789, Nasdaq Futures dipped 120 points to 11,148.75 and S&P Futures plunged 37.50 points to 3352.
Reshuffling the Dow: Exxon out, Salesforce in
Analysts say Joe Biden's tax plan can shave off companies' profits, adding to the coronavirus uncertainty weighing on investors' minds.
Apple's share price now seems impervious to lasting damage from the COVID-19 pandemic and rose 2% Tuesday in another day of gains.
The futures extended the market losses in the regular session, which was triggered by a spike in coronavirus cases in a number of states.
U.S. stock futures started higher Monday evening, extending gains made in regular trade and rallied sharply early Tuesday morning on a report that President Donald Trump was drawing up a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
Bitcoin crashed to $9,064 after failing to breach $10,000, the psychological resistance the bulls are trying to break for almost a year now.
Wall Street seems to have found an economic "vaccine" to counter the ill-effects of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Wall Street's rally Thursday will end Friday with futures heralding a drop at the opening bell and impending bad news likely worsening the rout as the day goes on.
Fear of the unknown, in this case if reopening state economies will reignite the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S, still leaves investors spooked and wary of more commitments to Wall Street.
Personal Finance Guru Says Time Is Still Right To Invest Despite Market Instability From Coronavirus
She said anyone financially stable who is looking at getting money back years down the road should keep investing smartly into the stock market, even with the instability caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Futures foretell a second day of gains for all three major Wall Street indices.
All three major indices are poised to plunge when trading resumes Monday on confusing political and economic signals.
Wall Street is in store for another welcome rally Monday as stock futures soar.
The Wall Street roller coaster continues Monday with futures seeing an opening drop following last week's exuberant rally.
Wall Street will greet the start of the business week with a welcome rally as bits of good news filter past the gloom of COVID-19.
Futures predict Wall Street's first day in the green Wednesday for the second quarter.
Wall Street will be in for another selloff Wednesday as futures for all three indices collapse.