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Crude is back in the news, with tumbling oil prices hurting the energy sector this week and possibly posing a threat to the broader market.
Did overtime in the big game make investors sleepy on Monday? Maybe Tuesday’s overseas trade and GM earnings could give markets a jolt.
The market put on its rally shoes Friday after a week that featured earnings reports, a Fed meeting and jobs data. What can it do for an encore?
The big number looks good, but overall, today’s jobs report could be seen as something of a mixed bag. Even so, the market seems to like it.
Another afternoon; another earnings report from a big tech company. On Wednesday, it was Facebook (FB) rather than Apple (AAPL).
The Federal Reserve said in December that it might raise rates three times this year, but didn't happen to mention it in today's statement. Markets appear to think June.
Apple (AAPL) unleashed a zinger of an earnings report late Tuesday that could help set the tone today, especially in the info tech sector. Stock futures tipped higher.
On a day when the Fed’s latest meeting begins, focus may end up being several thousand miles further west.
What would you call a week that features a Fed meeting, a hefty batch of earnings, and a monthly jobs report? Well, it's one of the busiest weeks of the quarter.
There’s a lot of earnings and data news to digest this morning, and the markets look like they’re slowing down a little to take it all in after recent record highs.
An earnings extravaganza is on tap, with a stew of reports bubbling among key industries one day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) topped 20,000.
Markets soared to new all-time highs Tuesday, and looked stronger Wednesday morning as well, with Trump's Keystone pipeline order the main instigator.
Last year may have been the year of the Fed, but this year looks like it could be the year of policy. And recent trading appears to reflect that. A flat open is expected.
Now that Donald Trump is officially our 45th president, we enter the new week with many market participants pondering, “What’s next?” Earnings remain in focus, too.
There’s really only one major story in the markets today: The inauguration of a new U.S. president. Market participants are likely to listen closely to Trump's remarks.
Earnings reports, speeches by Fed Chair Janet Yellen, and economic data are starting to take a backseat to a big event planned in Washington, D.C. tomorrow.