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Like clockwork, big bank earnings keep rolling in better than expected. Goldman Sachs (GS) and Citi (C), are the latest to beat Wall Street’s bottom-line estimates.
This week, the rubber hits the road as more big banks report. But stocks looked likely to open lower, hurt in part by Brexit concerns after a speech by Theresa May.
Investors got hit with a truckload of earnings and economic data Friday morning, and may spend much of today deciding what it all means.
With economic data and earnings looking rather sparse today, many market participants seem focused on tomorrow's economic data and bank earnings.
With no major economic data on today’s schedule and key earnings still a couple days away, President-elect Donald Trump's press conference is in the spotlight.
The market appears to be in a wait and see mode early Tuesday, looking for a catalyst ahead of some key earnings reports later this week.
With the December jobs report in the rear-view mirror, it’s time for the start of earnings season. The financial sector will be the first major port of call.
December’s jobs report looked a bit lukewarm on the surface, but had its share of silver linings. Market reaction was muted early Friday.
The new year is off to a fast start. After a strong showing Wednesday that saw nine of 11 sectors rise, Friday's jobs data now moves into focus.
Yesterday’s impressive rally and a positive tone in pre-market trading Wednesday seem to put stocks on firm footing to start the year.
After the low-volume trading that marked the last week of what became a volatile year, traders appear to be ready to rock and roll into the new year.
Barring any unforeseen incidents, the three major benchmarks look like they may end with the biggest bang in at least two years, thanks to strength in Q4.
The Dow may have found a resistance level in that 20,000 marker. Despite repeated attempts to penetrate it, it appears it's just not meant to be for the time being.
Will today be The Day? The numbers are edging higher again as volume trickles to lowest levels all year, but the elusive milestone is within striking distance. Again.
Maybe Santa Claus came early this year. At least it seems that way from a market standpoint.
Are stocks taking a pre-Christmas nap before the long weekend? At the open, Santa rally appears on pause amid thin early trading before investors head for the exits.