Now to numbers on the market,
Wall Street closed out best quarter in decades, clawing back most of the Q1 losses despite warnings from Powell and Mnuchin on economy.
The Dow Jones and the S&P both booked their best quarterly performance in more than 20 years, with the Dow surging over 200-points to close a 25-thousand 812 and the S&P 500 picking up one-and-a-half percent
The tech-heavy NASDAQ added a near 2-percent to finish at 10-thousand 58.
Oil prices however fell on fears of fresh lockdowns as public health measures across the U.S. intensified.
Brent crude was own over one-percent while WTI, was flat to finish the day at 39-dollars 69-cents a barrel.