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Today’s trade likely will be dictated by three stocks reporting earnings this morning: General Electric (GE), Caterpillar (CAT) and McDonald’s (MCD).
Oil and earnings continue to grab attention, but European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is expected to carry the day, at least in the early going.
The markets are on wobbly ground today but will an influx of blue-chip earnings reports crush the base that has supported a two-day run to fresh peaks?
An anticipated meltdown after Doha meeting failed to bring results never came; the markets have brushed it all off and are continuing on their merry way.
Let’s call the coming week “the potpourri of earnings,” because investors are going to be slammed with quarterly reports from some big guns starting on Monday...
Financial sector earnings remain top of mind for the Street on Friday with Citigroup (C) beating top- and bottom-line expectations, but can the market extend its rally?
Financial stocks led a big rally Wednesday, but mixed results from Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC) brought a lack of conviction early Thursday.
The markets rolled open in higher territory this morning, following strong sessions abroad and on the heels of Tuesday’s rally in the markets. But can it hold?
If yesterday’s topsy-turvy day of trading taught us anything, it’s that there’s little conviction on the direction of trading. Will we see more of it today?
Financial sector earnings are likely to grab headlines this coming week, but there’s also important data on the way that may help give a better reading of the economy.
What can the markets do for an encore after falling out of bed on Thursday? Follow the oil, it seems.
The markets are struggling a bit for direction here as earnings season approaches, looking for a catalyst and trading on whatever the news of the day is.
Stocks struggle to rebound as oil prices find higher territory amid bullish reports on inventories and renewed hope that a freeze in production is on the horizon.
Is market retreat housecleaning or could investors be finally turning their attention to fundamentals?
Friday’s jobs numbers were mostly good and helped drive the markets higher. Will that happen again this week?
Jobs numbers came in as expected. But deeper in the report there were positive data and also some numbers that raise concern about the state of the economy.