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Despite declines in trading revenue, two of the biggest U.S. banks managed to easily beat Wall Street’s earnings projections as reporting season got underway.
Last month, the Fed announced it would begin unwinding its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. The release of minutes from the meeting could be in focus today.
Like a train barreling down the tracks, earnings season rapidly approaches as investors prepare for big banks to open their 3Q books later this week.
Earnings season gets underway this coming week after the U.S. jobs machine took a hurricane-induced hiatus in September. Bank earnings could shift the focus quickly.
Blame it on the storms. For the first time in seven years, monthly job growth declined in September, falling 33,000 in the wake of hurricanes hitting the South.
Parts of the country seem to be enjoying extended summer weather, and the market is acting in some ways like an extended summer market: Quiet and a little slow.
Wall Street is on a winning streak, but might take a little break Wednesday if pre-market trading is any indication. Friday's jobs data and a Yellen speech are in focus.
Stocks appear headed for another day in the record books if the positive momentum, sluggish as it is, continues throughout the session; auto sales out later
A new quarter dawns on Wall Street in a week packed with data, including monthly payrolls. We'll see what Q4 brings as earnings season and economic numbers loom.
Hurricanes, missile threats, and Washington drama all dominated the quarter, but didn’t prevent strong market gains.
Markets start Thursday near record highs after Republicans unveiled tax reform details. Today brought a strong reading on GDP.
A tax plan from Congress and a big drop in bond prices could be market catalysts Wednesday, even as investors continue to ponder words from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Markets bounced around flat line in early going as investors appeared to be waiting for impetus to nudge them after three-day losing streak
Escalating geopolitical tensions, possible profit taking at the end of the quarter, and a few key economic numbers could be in focus on Wall Street over the coming days.
Aside from renewed geopolitical queasiness as North Korean and U.S. leaders trade barbs and threats, catalysts seem hard to find early Friday.
The Dow and S&P tapped fresh record peaks again yesterday, but can they keep it up? Benchmarks are flat in the early going