Stocks ended the first day of trading last week in the red, falling from their record highs of the prior week, as investors await the start of corporate earnings season
Strong economic data and a growing number of vaccinated Americans helped fuel significant market gains last Monday.
They say April showers bring May flowers. Well, after a lot of showers and storms over the past year, flowers are starting to bloom and things are looking a lot better.
Stocks opened last week generally down, with only the Dow posting a marginal 0.3% gain
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