US stocks opened higher on Tuesday, attempting to bounce back from their dramatic losses from the prior session. On Monday, the Dow recorded its worst day since “Black Monday” in 1987, as well as its worst point drop in history.
Investors take comfort in new stimulus plans out of Washington, which are expected later in the day.
Here's how things look:
- The Dow opened 1.9%, or 370 points, higher.
- The S&P 500 kicked off 2.2% higher.
- The Nasdaq Composite rose 2.6%.