Stock futures opened higher Tuesday evening to recover some losses from earlier in the day.
During the regular session, the Dow dropped by more than 300 points, or about 1%, for its worst session in nearly three weeks. The S&P 500 also dipped, and the Nasdaq shed more than 1% as technology stocks added to recent declines. Many of the cyclical stocks that had led markets higher for much of the last three months underperformed, and the industrials, energy and financials sectors lagged. Treasury yields steadied, and the benchmark 10-year yield retreated to about 1.62% from last week’s high of more than 1.75%.