The Dow Jones Industrial Average soars on Monday, and the S&P 500 posts a sharp increase as the Senate passes its version of U.S. tax reform.
Gains in consumer discretionary and industrial names pushed Wall Street higher on Monday. Tax reform concerns continue to perplex investors.
Gains in consumer discretionary names are leading Wall Street higher on Monday.
The two-year/10-year spread has collapsed over seven consecutive days of flattening.
GE stock is off about 14% year-to-date, but analyst Ari Wald said its underperformance doesn't make the Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF any less attractive.