The Dow Jones industrial average climbed to a nine-month high on Monday, in a market buoyed by Hasbro and Disney, as investors braced for a flurry of quarterly earnings reports through the week.
U.S. stocks were set to open higher on Monday, the first day of a holiday-shortened week, while Brent crude hit an 11-year low.
U.S. shares fell on Tuesday as investors turned to less-risky assets after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane, even as GDP data indicated healthier economic growth.
U.S. stocks rebounded sharply on Tuesday as investors sought out bargains a day after Wall Street turned in its worst performance in four years.

Walt Disney Co said James Rasulo, a 29-year veteran of the media company, would step down as chief financial officer at the end of the month.

U.S. stocks were poised to open lower on Tuesday, after two sessions of gains, as a surge in trade deficit in March suggested that economic growth contracted in the first quarter.
Due to geopolitics, equities are becoming more volatile, causing U.S. stock index futures to fall after a major rally.
After Greece retreated from its call for a debt writedown, stocks climbed in Europe, bonds rallied, oil gained, and the ruble surprised us.
Jeff Bezos is ramping up Amazon.com Inc.’s entertainment ambitions, buying video service Twitch Interactive Inc. for about $1 billion in its biggest acquisition ever.
Net income at the world’s largest entertainment company soared 33% to $1.84 billion, or $1.03 a share, from $1.38 billion, or 77 cents, a year earlier.