U.S. stocks finished the last day of the first quarter on a down note. The sell-off accelerated in late trading with the Dow dropping 200 points Tuesday.
The major benchmarks were poised to end the month lower at Tuesday's midday trading.
As we wrap up the first quarter, a look at what we can expect on the economic front for the rest of the year.
It was a choppy start at Tuesday's Opening Bell as Wall Street headed into the final trading day of Q1.
Wall Street rallied on M&A activity among drug makers and optimism central banks around the world including China’s will support growth.
Encouraging comments from China’s central bank chief on stimulating its economy and deal talks sparked a rally on Wall Street Monday.
U.S. stocks looked to further their recovery from last week’s big losses at Monday's opening bell.
U.S. stocks managed to break a full week of losses and clawed to finish in the green but are still down for the week.
Stocks attempted to break the week’s decline with the major benchmarks posting modest gains at midday Friday.
Wall Street is not ready to cut this entire week a loss as stocks have not posted gains for a single day this week.