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Banks stayed hot Tuesday, and Netflix (NFLX) delivered strong results as well, giving the stock market a positive tone as the day began.
A heaping plate of earnings is on the way, accompanied by Fed speeches and a smattering of data. Investors looking for news aren’t likely to go hungry.
Big banks take the spotlight today, as JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Citigroup (C), and Wells Fargo (WFC) all surpassed earnings expectations.
Stock futures climbed.
China's exports unexpectedly dive 10% and appear to put pressure on markets in Europe and Asia. Can these early losses in U.S. markets be reversed?
What’s likely to put a fire under the markets today? Investors will scrutinize Fed’s transcripts of last month’s FOMC meeting later today. Was there a Fed fight?
Correlation between crude-oil prices and SPX looks to be in play again; markets also juggle earnings results, Twitter, Tesla, small-business confidence and other matters.
Central banks appear headed to spotlight again after Friday’s tepid jobs report and anxiety popping up in Europe. How will markets absorb these matters this week?
They came, they saw, they got jobs. But was that enough for the Federal Reserve to nudge interest rates before the year is out? FedFund tool pegs probability at 63%.
Is it still summer? The markets looked to be straddling the flat line as traders appear to be taking risk off the table ahead of much-anticipated employment report.
Fed speakers and a hard-charging oil market took center stage early Wednesday, but the main event of the week remains Friday’s jobs report.
Lovers of 1980s nostalgia are getting the chance to relive those days, as the British pound fell on Monday to its lowest level vs. the dollar since 1985.
Get your pencils and scorecards ready. Baseball’s playoffs begin this coming week, accompanied by a fresh batch of jobs data and more Fed speakers.
The sky isn’t falling, though Thursday’s market plunge amid concerns about Deutsche Bank (DB) might have made it seem that way at times.
Even though last week’s Fed meeting ended without a rate hike, Fed Chair Janet Yellen and company remain center stage here in the final days of the quarter.
Benchmarks were moving nowhere in early going today amid push and pull of some major Dow components as well as crude-oil prices. What might give it energy?
Market reaction during the presidential debate and immediately afterward appeared to show that investors may have liked what they saw. Then oil producers talked.