Huge Car Recalls Affect More Than 700,000 Vehicles

Conway Gittens reports from the New York Stock Exchange as markets open on June 10.

Last week saw Wall Street's S&P 500 hitting a new record high.

Investors are focused on the Federal Reserve's upcoming decision on interest rates and May's inflation figures, both to be released Wednesday.

Apple's annual WorldWide Developers Conference will unveil software updates, drawing attention from investors.

Wall Street is monitoring Nvidia's stock performance following its 10-for-1 stock split.

Kia recalls 463,000 Telluride SUVs due to potential front seat fire risks.

Owners are advised to park Tellurides outside away from buildings as a precaution.

This marks Kia's second Telluride recall this year, the first related to potential rolling while parked.

Stellantis recalls around 212,000 Dodge SUVs and pickup trucks due to anti-lock braking system issues.

NHTSA warns that driving vehicles with deactivated stability control systems increases accident risks.