Market Recap: Thursday, February 11

Stocks traded choppily as investors digested a host of corporate earnings results and considered policymakers’ next moves to support the still virus-stricken economy. The S&P 500 pointed to a third straight day of losses, as cyclical energy, industrial and financial stocks underperformed Thursday afternoon. The Dow shed about 0.4%, or more than 100 points, shortly after noon in New York. Tech stocks outperformed, and the Nasdaq traded little changed. Bianco Research President Jim Bianco and JP Morgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist Jack Manley