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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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Oil jumped after the White House said it will scrap waivers that allow the purchase of some Iranian crude. Futures pointed higher in Japan and Australia as traders in Sydney and Hong Kong return from the Easter break. 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 deterioration in earnings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended down 0.18% to end at 26,511.05. The S&P 500 Index rose 0.10% to close at 2907.97, and the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.22% to end at 8015.27.
Crude prices popped after the Trump administration announced that it would no longer grant exemptions to U.S. sanctions on Iran, and experts say it could be good for stocks.
Major U.S. stock indexes closed mostly lower Monday, as losses in banks and other sectors offset solid gains in energy companies following a surge in crude oil prices. The price of crude oil rose to its ...
Wall Street capped a day of mostly sideways trading Monday with a slight gain for the benchmark S&P 500 index, as a spike in crude oil prices sent energy companies broadly higher.
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U.S. stocks ended a low-volume trading session little changed on Monday, with the biggest gains in the energy sector as investors otherwise stayed on the sidelines ahead of quarterly earnings. Investors were waiting for some of the biggest S&P 500 companies, including Boeing Co, Amazon.com Inc and Facebook Inc to report first-quarter results later in the week. Phil Orlando, chief equity market strategist, at Federated Investors, in New York said he has been encouraged by quarterly results even though it was early in the reporting season.
U.S. stocks close mostly higher Monday as investors face a big week for corporate quarterly results and economic data.
Stocks finished mixed after the long weekend as the Nasdaq led but the Dow Jones Industrial Average lagged among the major indexes.
The biggest “up arrow” came from the Dow Jones Transportation Average, whose members include railroad Norfolk Southern Corp., package delivery company FedEx Corp. and trucking firm J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. The one sector that should be hit hard from rising oil prices was little changed on the day, bringing its year-to-date gain to 19.7 percent, which outpaces the 13.7 percent surge in the more diverse Dow Jones Transportation Average. As for the economy, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s GDPNow Index, which aims to track growth in real time, has risen to 2.79 percent from a “stall speed” level of 0.17 percent in mid-March. While that’s not above the 3 percent level desired by the Trump administration, it’s a respectable number given that inflationary pressure — at least as measured by the government — is nowhere to be seen.
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Stocks end mixed Monday as oil prices rise following a move by the Trump administration to end waivers issued to eight countries allowing them to buy Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions.
Amazon.com Inc. investors should be warned that Wall Street may be a bit complacent on the e-commerce and cloud giant’s stock, ahead of the first-quarter earnings report due out after Thursday’s close, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they should turn bearish.
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.