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By Dhirendra Tripathi and Barani Krishnan
Investing.com — Stocks roared back as investors took advantage of Monday’s sharp selloff to buy the dip despite ongoing concerns about the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
Monday’s slump in the three major indexes could be traced to the resurgence in Covid-19 infections and worries it would stall the recovery. But others on Wall Street said the economy has already pivoted to an expansion phase.
Energy also recovered some of its losses from a day earlier, up more than 2% amid a tentative rebound in oil prices to just under $70 a barrel. Oil inventory data due out later Tuesday from the industry and Wednesday morning from the government could put a floor under prices if they show a continued draw down.
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