Lost your password?
Don't have an account? Sign Up

MarketWatch, stock bonds and more!

Stocks opened lower Monday as investors piled into haven assets(government bonds and gold), after regulators moved to limit the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.

The S&P 500 fell 1%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.7%, or about 230 points.

Tweet on trending stocks

Factset Chart

Trending stocks today are:

First Republic: Shares fell more almost 60% premarket after the bank said it has shored up additional funding from the Federal Reserve and JPMorgan Chase.

PacWest Bancorp shares were down 30% premarket and Western Alliance Bancorp fell 30%, as investor jitters spread to other regional lenders, after Signature Bank was closed by regulators on Sunday.

Bank of America shares fell almost 4% premarket and Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase also retreated, after regulators announced emergency measures to ease fears depositors might pull their money from smaller lenders.

Illumina shares rose 3.7% premarket after The Wall Street Journal reported Carl Icahn was preparing a proxy fight.

Seagen shares rallied 18% premarket after Pfizer said it would buy the biotech company. Pfizer shares fell 3% premarket.