It's day two of the Yellen rally, with stocks pushing to new 2016 highs. Can the good times last? Catch the Final Round at 4 p.m. ET with Nicole Sinclair and Andy Serwer.
Winners and losers
Stocks on the move lower include for-profit education company DeVry down after a big share sale, Western Digital sliding as it has to sweeten its big junk bond offering, and Boeing - the world's largest aerospace company dropping after announcing it will cut more than 4,500 jobs to reduce costs.
Stocks pushing higher today include fast food chain Sonic sizzling on an earnings beat; fellow burger chain Shake Shack, on fire after Longbow Research upgraded the stock; and Lululemon, with shares stretching upward as same-store sales jump 5% powering an earnings and revenue beat.
Carnival Cruise CEO talks Cuba and Zika
It was a record year for the cruise industry, but will the good times last? Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest cruise operator, joins us now after the company reported a strong earnings beat and upped profit guidance to boot.
- Ahead of Friday's jobs report we'll get initial weekly jobless claims. The consensus is for 266,000 new claims.
- The Fed-speak rolls on with Chicago Fed President Charles Evans speaking in the morning and New York Fed President William Dudley talking in the afternoon.
- It's finally here - tomorrow night at an event in Los Angeles, Elon Musk and Tesla will finally unveil the long awaited Tesla Model 3, its entry level model. Base price is supposed to be around $35,000.