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Records are made to be broken, but what happens now with key indices at new all-time highs? It’s unclear what sort of catalyst might keep the elevators going up.
Markets charged up to record or near-record highs Friday ahead of the French election. With voting over, the focus is on retailer results and inflation data.
Today’s strong jobs report could give the market some relief from recent concerns about soft economic numbers and give the Fed more leeway to raise rates.
Soothing language from the Fed is helping put the “fear trade” into retreat. The dollar is up, gold is getting plastered, and stocks look stronger as well.
There was little anticipation that the Federal Reserve would hike interest rates today; statement notes slowing 1Q growth as 'transitory'
It’s decision day at the Fed even as the market buzzes over Apple’s slightly disappointing earnings. Facebook (FB) reports later Wednesday.
Apple’s (AAPL) results may grab the headlines today, but auto sales and a Fed meeting also compete for attention.
Anyone who likes a lot of action can start right here. This coming week promises a smorgasbord, testing the market’s mettle with indices at or near record highs.
The earnings train continues to click along, perhaps putting concerns about geopolitics and a weak GDP report on the back-burner.
Earnings news dominates as a veritable stew of major firms serve up quarterly results. But policy issues, including buzz about the Trump tax plan, remain in the headlines.
Twitter earnings beat estimates and Trump unveils his tax plan after two days of sharp market gains to record or near-record highs.
For the first time in more than 17 years, the Nasdaq has a new big-round number in its sights: 6,000. The relief rally continues from yesterday.
A relief rally looks likely Monday after the French centrist candidate made it to the next round of voting. European stock indices and the euro scampered higher.
After stumbling through much of March and early April seeking a positive catalyst, the stock market seems to have found one: Strong earnings.
It’s an earnings extravaganza today on Wall Street, with the market likely to focus on quarterly results from a number of big names.
A blowout quarter from Morgan Stanley (MS) appears to be soothing investors still reeling after yesterday’s surprise miss by Goldman Sachs (GS).