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Investors on Tuesday will continue parsing through an onslaught of earnings results in search of signals for the directions of future growth in the corporate world.
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Builders led a drop across many sectors for the Stoxx Europe 600 Index, though energy companies outperformed thanks to the bounce in oil. With corporate reporting season in full flow, investors are looking for clues as to whether the dovish policy pivot from the world’s central banks can shore up global growth enough to outweigh any weakness in earnings.
Oil extends gains, taking crude to fresh 2019 highs, after the U.S. removed waivers on the purchase of Iranian exports. U.S. equity futures suggest modest gains on Wall Street ahead of earnings from Verizon, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and Harley Davidson as well as April services PMI data at 9:45 Eastern Time.
HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - World oil prices jumped to near 6-month highs on Tuesday as the United States tightened sanctions on Iran, sending shares of energy companies higher and boosting currencies of several major crude producers. Brent crude oil futures rose 0.7 percent to $74.57 per barrel by 0630 GMT, their highest since November, after Washington said it was ending all sanctions waivers for countries buying Iranian oil. U.S. light crude rose 0.8 percent to $66.10.
It looks like something has to give in global markets. Stocks and bonds around the world have rallied atypically together since the start of the year, rewarding investors both bullish and bearish on the direction of global growth. The main catalyst for the gains was the Federal Reserve's surprise decision in early January to pause its tightening policy, after four interest rate increases in 2018 raised fears it was being too aggressive as the economy cooled and inflation remained minimal.
Asian stocks mostly rose Tuesday and oil prices soared to their highest level since October after the U.S. said it would soon impose sanctions on all buyers of Iranian oil. Japan's Nikkei 225 index closed 0.2% higher at 22,259.74 and the Kospi in South Korea added 0.2% to 2,220.51. There was no strong impetus for buying in Asia.
Oil’s fresh 2019 high helped energy stocks advance on Tuesday as an announcement from the US that it would end sanction waivers on Iranian oil exports continued to drive markets. The Stoxx 600 index of ...
Spot gold fell 0.2 percent to $1,272.66 per ounce as of 0557 GMT. U.S. gold futures also shed 0.2 percent to $1,274.60 an ounce. "Gold is currently trying to find a short-term bottom around $1,274-1,275 an ounce level, especially as equity markets continue to rally," said Margaret Yang, an analyst with CMC Markets in Singapore.
Trading was subdued on Monday as investors prepared for quarterly earnings reports from more than 140 S&P 500 companies. As of April 18, the majority of corporate earnings reports have topped expectations.
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Shares in Asia were mixed on Tuesday as investors grappled with the recent spike in oil prices after the U.S. announced that its sanctions waivers on Iran oil will end.
More than 140 S&P 500 companies are scheduled to release their quarterly results this week. So far, the majority of corporate earnings reports have topped expectations
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Crude oil prices are surging to a five month high this morning on news that President Trump wants to push Iranian oil exports to zero. The State Department announced that it's ending waivers for five countries to import crude from Iran. Yahoo Finance's Editor-in-Chief Andy Sewer, Jared Blikre, Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi discuss.
Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo Asset Management says he is constructive on the energy sector, but is cautious about chasing oil prices.