- Goal Corp climbs on robust 2022 outlook
- Zoom slips on downbeat annual income, revenue forecast
- Indexes down: Dow 2.05%, S&P 1.67%, Nasdaq 1.50%
March 1 (Reuters) – Wall Road’s major indexes slumped on Tuesday with monetary shares bearing the brunt for a second straight day because the Russia-Ukraine disaster deepened, whereas a surge in oil costs boosted shares of power firms.
Ten of the 11 main S&P sectors declined, with financials (.SPSY)tumbling 3.8% and monitoring its largest each day share decline since June 2020.
Wells Fargo misplaced 5.1%, whereas the broader banks index (.SPXBK) slid 4.9% as U.S. 10-year Treasury