Dow climbs 350 points as investors weigh economic-reopening prospects

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US stocks rose Wednesday as investors looked to positive signs around economic reopenings from coronavirus-induced shutdowns. Retailers continued to release earnings, with Lowe’s gaining and Target declining after premarket reports. Oil rose ahead of a key report due Wednesday from the US Energy Information Administration.  Read more on Business Insider. 

US stocks rose Wednesday as investors looked to positive signs around economic reopenings from coronavirus-induced shutdowns.

The gains reversed Tuesday’s losses, which were driven by reports that questioned the progress of a potential COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna, snapping a three-day win streak for stocks. 

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