S&P 500 (SPX) Index News, Page 1
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The Week Ahead – Economic Data and COVID-19 Updates to Drive the Majors
It’s another busy week ahead. The continued spread of the coronavirus and last week’s dire PMI numbers out of the U.S could get things off to a bad start…
The Weekly Wrap – U.S PMIs and the Coronavirus Drive Risk Aversion
It was quite a week for the markets. The coronavirus spread gathered pace beyond China’s borders, with U.S private sector catching the markets off guard.
Equities In Retreat, GDP Growth In Danger, Fed Downplays Rate-Cut Outlook
Equities retreat following a surprise pullback in U.S. markets on Thursday. The risk of a coronavirus-driven market correction grow daily.
Equities Fall, Risk of Correction Grow, Oil Prices In Reversal
Equities retreat after the broad market hit a new all-time high in the previous session. Risks of virus-related correction continue to grow.
Fed’s Kashkari: Virus Could Deliver Negative ‘Shock’ That Could Force Fed to Lower Rates
The Federal Reserve is likely to keep interest rates where they are until mid-2020 but may need to cut them, Minneapolis Fed Bank President Neel Kashkari said.
Equities Rebound, Adidas Warns China Business Suffers, Housing Data Is Hot
Equity markets rebound as traders eye China’s return to production. Coronavirus cases slow but risks remains. U.S. data is hot.
US Stock Market: Apple Suppliers at Risk along with China-exposed Chipmakers
Moving forward, investors are going to be paying close attention to how other major technology companies doing business in China respond to the crisis. Of particular interest will be companies in Apple’s supply chain.
Apple Cuts Revenue Guidance for Fiscal Q2 Due to Coronavirus
Apples makes most iPhones and other products in China. The Coronavirus has caused it to temporarily halt production and close retail stores in China. Some Apple retail stores reopened in China with reduced schedules last week.
The Week Ahead – Economic Data, COVID-19 Updates and Geopolitics in Focus
It’s a busy week ahead, with private sector PMI numbers likely to reflect the impact of COVID-19 on economies. Falling cases should soften the blow, however.
The Weekly Wrap – Stats, Monetary Policy, and COVID-19 Drove the Major
It was quite a week for the global financial markets, with the bulls coming out on top. COVID-19 will remain the headline for now…
US Divergence from Asia, Europe Will Signal Short-Term Top
The U.S. markets are going to be supported as long as Asian and European money keeps coming in to chase the higher-yield. But if they start to come down later today and finish lower, then this will tell us that the U.S. professionals have had enough and the market could
Equity Futures Plunge, Coronavirus Spread Accelerates, Earnings Still In Focus
Equity markets plunge after China upped the number of coronavirus cases and deaths, this outbreak is far more impactful than investors realize.
Powell: Fed Will Fight Next Recession with Aggressive QE; Monitoring Economic Growth for Coronavirus Impact
“The real question for the Fed is: What is the likely effect on the U.S. economy? And I think we’ll begin to see that in economic data coming up fairly soon.
US Major Indexes Hit Record Highs; GE Hits 52-Week High; Casino Stocks Back in Play
Bank of America upgraded the casino stocks to buy from neutral. The firm said the casino companies, which have been hit from heightened fear about the Chinese coronavirus, will rebound as the number of virus cases meaningfully decline.