US stocks rise in early trading as volatile swings continue
March 4, 2020
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks rose on Wall Street early Wednesday to claw back some of their sharp losses from the day before in yet another day of big swings for the market.
Health care stocks had the market's biggest gains after a strong performances by Joe Biden in state primaries on Tuesday moved him to top-tier contender status for the Democratic presidential nomination. Many investors believe he is more friendly to businesses than rival Bernie Sanders, whose proposals for health care and the economy could hurt profits at insurers and other companies.
Investors are also waiting to see if...