On Wall Street, growth is expected in hopes of economic recovery

Key indexes on Tuesday promise to update the three-month Maxim.
Key Wall Street indexes on Tuesday promise to update a three-month high; investor optimism about the resumption of economic activity outweighs concerns about the protests in the United States.

Some of the worst-hit companies in the tourism sector, including American Airlines, United Airlines, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Carnival, posted gains of between 1.3 and 2.9 percent in the run-up to trading.

Thanks to improved economic data, economic stimulus measures, and the resumption of business activity, the S&P 500 index rose 38 percent from its March low and is now just 11 percent behind the February record.
At the same time, investors are wary of the development of the situation concerning China and the protests that have resulted in clashes in many cities.

As of 8:13 a.m., e-mini Dow futures were up 121 points or 0.48 percent, the S&P 500 was up 11.75 points or 0.38 percent, and the Nasdaq was up 27.25 points or 0.28 percent.
Western Union’s share price rose 10.3 percent after it became known that the company was going to buy out its competitor MoneyGram International.
Shares of MoneyGram rose to 51.4 percent.