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Earnings season will be the big story this week with headliners like Goldman Sachs, GE, Netflix, and Verizon all reporting results.
Earlier in this series, we discussed the factors that weighed on IBM stock. If IBM’S (IBM) soon-to-be-announced 3Q17 earnings can beat analyst and market expectations, it could provide a significant…
U.S. stock index futures were steady on Tuesday as investors assessed earnings reports from big corporates, including investment bank Morgan Stanley and healthcare major Johnson & Johnson. * Morgan Stanley shares jumped 2 percent in premarket trading after posting an 11 percent rise in profit as strength in investment banking and wealth management more than made up for slowdown in trading. * Goldman Sachs, last of the big Wall Street banks to report, was down half a percent ahead of its report.
Investors can expect mention this quarter of some of the unusual and possibly one-off events of the last three months, including the three hurricanes that devastated parts of Texas, Florida and the Caribbean, ...
Netflix rose modestly early Tuesday after its Q3 report, a departure from recent big post-earnings moves. The major averages hit new highs Monday, but breakouts were lacking.
The Investors Intelligence Bull/Bear ratio has climbed to its highest level in two and a half years — which ironically may serve as a bad sign for stocks.
There are few universal truths when discerning future market movements but one is this: what investors believe is usually false. What they expect doesn't happen. Take taxes, a hot topic as Donald Trump's ...
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a relatively flat open Tuesday, as investors turn their attention to new data releases and corporate earnings reports.
Wall Street is eagerly awaiting third-quarter earnings season, hoping for signs that the record-highs in major indexes are justified by the level of activity in corporate America. The good news is there ...
U.S. stock futures seesaw on Tuesday, with traders hesitant to push markets further into record territory ahead of the next wave of key earnings, including those from banking majors Morgan Stanley and ...
Savita Subramanian, BofA Merrill Lynch, and Mark Freeman, Westwood Holdings Group, provide their thoughts on the markets as stocks near record levels. Ultimately, we think earnings will dictate the course, says Freeman.