Futures following the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes bounced on Tuesday, with battered-down shares of technology-oriented corporations leading early increases, while Dow futures were downcasted on unreliability over more US economic stimulus.

All three of Wall Street’s major indexes started the week on the back foot as concerns over new lockdowns in Europe and a standstill in Congress following the shape and size of another coronavirus-response bill lessened hopes of a speedy economic recovery.

The S&P 500 closed down just under 9% on Monday from reaching a record high on September 2, hovering just above correction territory. The growth-related technology sector was only one to post returns in the previous session, while value-related sectors such as industrials, financials and energy plummeted at roughly 3%.