The CNN Money Fear and Greed index showed some easing in the fear level among U.S. investors.
US stocks recorded gains for the second session in a row on Tuesday after Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen offered some reassuring words for the U.S. banking system.
Shares of regional banks moved higher on Tuesday, with the SPDR Regional Banking ETF climbing almost 6%.
U.S. stocks traded mostly higher this morning, with the Dow Jones gaining more than 250 points on Monday.
The Dow traded up 0.80% to 32,118.05 while the NASDAQ fell 0.21% to 11,606.44. The S&P 500, also rose, gaining, 0.43% to 3,933.50.
Former President Donald Trump was banned from several social media platforms in the wake of the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Here’s a look at what’s next for Trump in the social media world and how investors would have done investing in a social media stock that banned the former president.