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- E-Mini Dow Jones 3026763.0-218.00(-0.8100%)09:28:20(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Quoted in USD
- Day's Range26725.0 - 27022.0
- Subclass / SectorUnited States
Chances of Fed Rate Cut Rise on Weak U.S. Economic Data, Lack of Progress on Trade Talks
With less than two weeks to go before the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate decision on October 30, every economic report will take on added importance especially with the manufacturing sector weakening, the labor market showing signs of softening and inflation still coming in below expectations.
‘Churn, Baby, Churn’, Stocks Finish Rangebound after Early Surge on Brexit News
The trading range tightened and volume dropped shortly thereafter as investor’s reacted to the lingering uncertainty tied to the news. Once again, some of the headlines were deceiving. This was not a done deal. The U.K. Parliament has yet to approve the deal before it can be implemented, and this
Weak Data Weighs On U.S. Markets, Brexit Deal Reached, Asia Moves Lower
Stocks rise on the back of a new Brexit deal but the highs were not held, Parliament and the EU still need to accept the arrangement to stave off a hard-Brexit.
Risk-On as UK and EU Strike New Brexit Deal
Equities rallied on the news as well as the British Pound, which jumped more than 1%. At the same time, investors dumped their hedge protection, leading to weakness in the Japanese Yen, Gold and U.S. Treasury bonds. The U.S. Dollar is also getting crushed against a basket of currencies.
Wrong Response by Trump to China’s Countermeasures Threat Could Blow Up Trade Deal
What traders could be waiting for is Trump’s response. Will he defy his promise to Chinese President Xi Jinping, or will he remain silent? It’s highly unusual for Trump to remain silent for too long especially when a foreign country threatens the U.S. with “strong countermeasures.”
Two-Weeks Before Fed Meeting, Policymakers Remain Divided Over Rate Cut
One group like Fed Chair Jerome Powell believes the outlook is generally positive. Another believes the U.S. economy needs even easier policy to avoid sinking into a recession. Still a third group believes the Fed has gone far enough or even a little too far in trying to revitalize the
Impressive Earnings Reports Provide Clarity for Investors
The big takeaway this week for traders is the impact of clarity. We learned on Monday that a lack of clarity usually has a negative impact on investor decisions, encouraging them to shed risky assets. Tuesday taught us that clarity over earnings brings them right back then.
Wall Street Investors Gearing Up for Earnings Season
Analysts at FactSet presented a more bearish outlook, saying as the season kicks into gear this week, S&P 500 firms are expected to report a 4.6% earnings decline over the same period a year ago.
US Stocks Retreat on Trade Deal Uncertainty, but Losses Dampened by Light Holiday Trade
The price action suggests investors are still trying to grasp the concept of a trade deal done in phases. However, if investors were really skeptical about the matter, the markets would’ve sold off a lot harder. This indicates they may be comfortable with the idea that both sides are still
U.S. Stocks Turn Lower as Investors Sour on ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal
Investors took no chances upon hearing the news. Besides driving stocks lower and erasing some of Friday’s gains, hedgers drove December Treasury Notes 0.46% higher. December Comex gold futures rose 0.73% and the Japanese Yen jumped 0.24% higher. These protection moves are likely to increase if investors continue to turn
Stocks Rise as Partial Trade Deal Lays Groundwork for Truce on Additional Tariffs
Despite quite a few calls for caution, at the end of the trading session, the data revealed that Big Tech, Banks and chipmaker investors liked the news. Since stock investors tend to discount future events, they were probably happy because the tariffs that were set to begin on October 15
The Week Ahead – Brexit, Earnings, Stats and the IMF and EU Summit in Focus
It is a big week ahead, with corporate earnings, trade talks, Brexit and economic data in focus. There’s also the IFM meetings and the EU Summit.