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Escalating geopolitical tensions, possible profit taking at the end of the quarter, and a few key economic numbers could be in focus on Wall Street over the coming days.
Aside from renewed geopolitical queasiness as North Korean and U.S. leaders trade barbs and threats, catalysts seem hard to find early Friday.
The Dow and S&P tapped fresh record peaks again yesterday, but can they keep it up? Benchmarks are flat in the early going
Central Bank said it will unwind $4.5 trillion balance sheet beginning next month; Fed doesn't know why inflation is staying under 2%
It’s watch and wait this morning as the Fed gets ready to wrap up its two-day meeting. Stocks and bonds could be range-bound for a few hours.
Another day, another record? Stocks trek into positive territory amid calm trading; Fed rate hike looks like a nonstarter but balance sheet reduction might not be
It’s Fed week, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. Investors might also want to focus on housing data as well as an interest rate decision by the Bank of Japan.
Geopolitical tension bubbled up again Friday after a short hiatus, reminding investors that trouble on the international front isn’t necessarily going away.
The day opens with 2,500 in sight for the S&P 500. All three major indices set new highs Wednesday for the second-straight day with help from strong energy markets.
The bottom line is, the market seems resilient. Every time it’s been pressed down, it's hopped right back up, and now sits at record highs.
The relief rally that started yesterday could continue ahead of a much-hyped Apple reveal event later that might rev up technology sectors
As investors appear to breathe a sigh of relief that the weekend did not end with larger losses of life and land, markets look to return to rally mode
It’s a waiting game today as the weekend approaches and Hurricane Irma barrels toward the Florida coast. Futures turned lower in pre-market trading.
Eyes turn overseas this morning as the European Central Bank (ECB) announced it’s keeping interest rates unchanged. Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma has Florida in its sights.
In auto racing, a yellow flag warns drivers to be cautious. Investors might also be seeing yellow this morning after yesterday’s sharp move lower.
Stepped up worries about geopolitical uncertainty might keep investors on their toes; 10-year yields fall near lows as markets gear up for hints of Fed rate decision