After a frenzied rush to file for small business loans, entrepreneurs nervously wait on bank approvals
As the government's $350 billion loan program gets underway, small business owners are anxiously awaiting notice from their lenders about loan approvals.
Bespoke's Paul Hickey finds investors are not getting rewarded by taking on risk in the overnight market.
The overnight action followed a steep rebound in the previous session with the Dow jumping 1,600 points.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.
Small business owners are nervous that funds in the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program will run out before they can get a loan for coronavirus relief.
Stocks rallied on hopes that the growth rate of new coronavirus cases may be ebbing.
Plaid, which is being acquired by Visa, launched a product on Monday that speeds the payroll portion of emergency loan applications from days to a matter of minutes.
Wayfair surges while Zoom Video takes a hit after a downgrade.
Janet Yellen thinks the central bank is not in a position where it needs to buy equities but thinks lawmakers should give them more leeway for the future.
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