Wall Street set to open lower on Tuesday as the uncertainty over US Senate elections continues. The election results will determine whether Republicans or Democrats control power in the U.S. Senate.
US Dollar started the first trading day of the year on a bearish note and plunged to below 89.50 during the European session. The recent sharp sell-off in the USD fuelled by massive fiscal and monetary policy support, and progress in developing vaccines.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock closed 5% higher supported by the company reportedly wants to increase iPhone production by roughly 30% year over year. The Apple stock rallied more than 70% in 2020.
DoorDash, the US largest food delivery company shares began trading on Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker DASH. The opening price was $ 182, about 80% higher than the public price of $ 102, and ended the session at $ 189.51.
The aerospace giant Boeing (NYSE: BA) shares gained around 8% during the previous week. The stock surged another 2% on Monday and continues 6th-week upside move.