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The slow grind higher persists, and today may resemble a carbon copy of early yesterday, with stocks bouncing around as investors look for something to trade on.
The market record ride looks to continue again amid better-than-expected Q2 results. Will today’s earnings parade provide enough dazzle to power new peaks?
In the early going, the three major benchmarks were flagging the flat line in search of direction. Could the better-than-expected housing starts fuel another record day?
Economic data slows a bit in the coming week, but that’s more than made up for by a heavy earnings docket.
The financial earnings season continues in full swing.
U.S. investors have a host of earnings and data to digest on Friday, but Thursday’s terror attack in France casts a shadow on the trading day.
It may be a yin and yang type of day, as strength in the U.S. financial sector competes for attention with a disappointing development out of the UK.
The Dow Jones Industrials (DJIA) and the S&P 500 (SPX) touched pinnacles never seen before yesterday as energy and materials shares rallied. What’s on tap today?
Welcome to the search for yield. Last week's warmly welcomed jobs report and the U.K.'s new prime minister help power benchmarks to record-breaking highs.
Friday’s blowout jobs report gave the market some positive momentum heading into a big week. But can the rally continue? Earnings and retail sales data loom large.
The job market hit a home run in June, with 287,000 jobs created. That’s well above consensus expectations for 175,000 and a sharp turn-around from May.
The waiting game is on to see if last month’s shockingly weak jobs number was an anomaly or the start of a trend. On Friday, investors get a look at June job growth.
Global markets tumble; U.S. follows suit. Bond yields collapse to levels never seen before, the pound plunges, gold advances as investors scurry to safe-haven assets.
After a long holiday weekend, investors return this coming week in anticipation of a key jobs report and the start of earnings season.
U.S. Treasury bond yields continue to crater, and remain in focus as the three-day holiday weekend approaches. U.S. Treasury bond yields fell to record lows.
After four of the most volatile days of the year, markets seem calmer Thursday as the July 4 holiday approaches, and trading could remain in a tight range.
Stocks go up and stocks go down, and this week we’ve seen sharp swings in both directions. What drove Tuesday’s market mania and is it powering markets today?