After Big Losses, Investors Keep A Look Out For Santa Claus Rally

On Monday, the Dow logged a nearly 3 percent loss — breaking a 100-year-old record for the worst Christmas Eve performance. After a day off for Christmas, trading resumes Wednesday.

While Santa Claus is relaxing at the North Pole after a very long day of delivering Christmas presents, there's no sign yet that his goodwill will be felt on Wall Street.

Investors and traders may still believe in a Santa Claus

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