What's Moving The Market Monday? US, Asian Stocks Higher, Europe Stocks Lower

Indices Around The Globe

  • S&P Futures traded higher, approached the 3,880 level.
  • UK's FTSE 100 down 1.21%
  • Japan's Nikkei 225 up 2.41%


  • 10-year treasury yield at 1.43%


  • Crude oil up 0.65% to near $61.90/barrel.
  • Gold up 0.52% to near $1739/oz.
  • Silver up 1.24% to near $26.91/oz.


  • Bitcoin up 10% over last 24 hours to near $48,546.

Top News

  • Johnson & Johnson JNJ CEO, Alex Gorsky, says aims for close to 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses around the world by end of the year. Gorsky also mentioned co.'s vaccine will have a robust response against COVID-19 variants, based on clinical data.
  • House of Representatives on Friday, February 26 passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, sending the legislation to the Senate. The bill allots $1,400 to American workers.
  • Boingo Wireless WIFI to be acquired by Digital Colony for ~$854M, announced earlier Monday.

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