Wall Avenue is drifting Wednesday, as even a report higher for the S&P 500 fails to jolt considerably daily life into the sector.
The S&P 500 edged up by .1%, a day immediately after it wiped out the very last of its losses produced by the pandemic and surpassed its Feb. 19 peak.
The Dow Jones Industrial Ordinary climbed 132 points, and the Nasdaq composite was down .2%.
The market’s momentum has slowed in modern weeks, soon after it roared back from its practically 34% plummet in February and March. Investing has been so languid that it took the S&P