NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are higher in another day of bumpy trading Wednesday as Congress moves closer to passing a $2 trillion package to help the economy deal with damage caused by the coronavirus. If the market ends higher, it would mark the first back-to-back gain since a brutal sell-off began last month. The S&P 500 was up more than 2% in early afternoon trading after drifting up and down through the morning. Stocks had surged to historic gains a day earlier as a deal neared in Washington on the virus relief package. Investors expect markets to remain volatile until the number of new cases peaks.