Stocks getting a little boost here during a light day on Wall Street. Plus, it’s time for Trumponomics, in which we grade the week that was for The Donald. And, speaking of Trump, Elon Musk takes a page out of the president’s playbook and bashes the media. Should investors be concerned? Plus a look ahead to everything you need to know about tomorrow — a huge day for the US economy. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 ET p.m. with Myles Udland and Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman.
Winners and losers
Stocks in the red include Clean Energy as Raymond James downgrades shares of the natural gas company to underperform; Tivo, as the DVR-maker’s CEO steps down to join Liberty Global as its technology head; and Embraer, with shares slipping despite striking a $47.5 billion deal for Boeing to control its small plane business on concerns over the deal will materialize.
Stocks in the green include Fiat Chrysler as Jefferies upgrades the automaker from to Buy and ups its price target to $26; International Speedway as second-quarter earnings beat expectations and revenue came in above estimates for the racetrack operator; and Facebook, with shares climbing as BTIG sets a new Street-high price target of $240, citing Instagram growth and notes users don’t seem to care about privacy concerns.