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The flagging stock market popped back to life in pre-market trade Monday after a major weekend election development, helping cool feverish volatility.
Can jobs data help the SPX break its worst losing streak in eight years? With the SPX down almost 2% so far this week, a bit of a bounce seems possible.
Chicago Cub fans waited 108 years for a World Series win. How much longer do investors need to wait for stocks to break their seven-day losing streak?
As futures showed, the Fed held interest rates steady. Though it did not commit itself to a December rate hike, as it did a year ago, it noted inflation is edging higher.
There’s intrigue galore going into World Series Game Seven tonight, but the conclusion of today’s Fed meeting could hardly bring less anticipation.
Pre-election jitters may finally be making their way onto the Street with a week to go until the vote, and trading activity has begun to reflect that.
Halloween is upon us, and so are more earnings, the monthly jobs report, a Fed meeting, and economic data on everything from car sales to factory orders.
Oil majors are starting to report in earnest; bonds are down, and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) beat expectations, all after mixed results from AMZN and GOOG.
Stocks came into Thursday with a bit of momentum, having clawed their way back from early losses the day before. Amazon and Alphabet report this afternoon.
A few spots on the Apple put pressure on the stock market early, but the bigger story today may end up being falling crude oil prices.
It’s an epic earnings day on Wall Street, as a collection of massive U.S. companies report results, including Apple (AAPL) and five other Dow components.
The pace of Fed speakers coupled with a handful of data points may impact markets, the dollar, and, yes, the Fed’s decision on whether to raise interest rates.
Markets floating in a sea of red in the early going, even as positive earnings news streamed in that may eventually help them turn higher; MSFT hit all-time high
The question Thursday is, will the stock market track crude oil, as it’s done over the last week; or trade independently from crude, the longer-term pattern?
Another morning and another big bank with a blowout earnings report. But the overall market doesn’t seem to be getting much of a boost from the news.
Banks stayed hot Tuesday, and Netflix (NFLX) delivered strong results as well, giving the stock market a positive tone as the day began.