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The market is full of intrigue today as investors wait for Apple’s (AAPL) earnings, the unveiling of a Republican tax plan, and the announcement of a new Fed chair.
As markets predicted, Fed keeps rates in 1%-1.25% range but changes wording to call economic activity 'solid,' replacing earlier assessment of 'modest'
Investors apparently will have to wait one more day for a Republican tax plan, but a Fed decision and earnings from Facebook (FB) could keep things from getting dull.
Earnings, Fed's start of two-day meeting on agenda as Facebook, Alphabet and Twitter head to Congress. Keep an ear to the ground for news on tax proposals
A week chock-full of earnings and economic data could put more punch into the markets. Or not.
Earnings, earnings, earnings—they’re everywhere and the markets appear to respond favorably to the strength of many of the reports out this week.
It's the busiest earnings day in the season, and the markets could repeat the pattern they've already etched out so far this week. Earnings drive the markets.
We’ve said it before and probably will say it again: Earnings drive the markets. That’s certainly been the case so far this week as major indices hit record highs Tuesday.
As noted here many times, earnings powers markets no matter what the direction, and Q3 parade appears to head solidly to the upside
Get ready for a gusher of a week. One of the biggest earnings days of the quarter comes this Thursday, the same day that the European Central Bank (ECB) meets.
A tax reform budget blueprint narrowly passed the Senate last night, potentially giving stocks more fuel to power further ahead
Remember that markets have seen little movement in recent sessions, and when they have it's rarely been to the downside
The day dawns with the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($DJI) at 50. That is, 50 record highs so far this year. IBM beat, and stocks gained in pre-market action Wednesday.
The Dow closed 43 points shy of another major milestone Monday as it and SPX passed fresh peaks; earnings results today might move markets
Big banks kicked off reporting season last week, but a bunch of other sectors get their turns at bat starting in coming days. Housing data also ahead.
Big bank earnings take the spotlight again Friday, as Bank of America and Wells Fargo step to center stage. Additionally, a host of data could help shape action.