Wall Street jumps at open after Omicron-driven rout By Reuters

Wall Street jumps at open after Omicron-driven rout
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(Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes opened higher on Monday as investors rushed to take advantage of steep virus-driven losses, while Twitter (NYSE:) shares surged on report that chief Jack Dorsey is expected to step down.

The rose 118.37 points, or 0.34%, at the open to 35,017.71. The opened higher by 34.13 points, or 0.74%, at 4,628.75, while the gained 227.77 points, or 1.47%, to 15,719.42 at the opening bell.

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