Dow jumps 440 points as U.S. stocks seek to put end to four-session skid


U.S. stocks recovered some ground on Friday, after four days of losses, as shares of regional banks rebounded and the main indexes received a boost from a strong April jobs and Apple’s better-than-forecast earnings.

What’s happening

On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 287 points, or 0.86%, to 33,128. It remains on track for a 1.5% weekly drop.

What’s driving markets


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