Stocks plunged and volatility raced higher Monday as the market stumbled to start the last week ahead of the election. Rising virus caseloads raised shutdown fears, and hopes of any stimulus before the election dwindled.
Amazon is set to release Q3 earnings on October 29. In addition to its retail segment, investors might consider focusing on revenue from cloud services and advertising.
Market uncertainty is on the upswing to start the week, with earnings releases from several FAANGs and other tech biggies. Plus stimulus talks appear to have all but broken down ahead of next week's election.
It may be a light trading day in terms of earnings but stimulus hopes, COVID-19 drug approval, and Treasury yields are likely to be the focus of today’s trading.
> The market pulled away from some of its worst overnight levels as jobless claims surprised by coming in far better than expected. Tesla and other earnings look strong, with Intel in wings.
The market's attention has turned back to the ongoing stimulus talks, with both sides suggesting progress, but also acknowledging differences remain. Meanwhile, Netflix disappoints on earnings, and Tesla reports this afternoon.
It’s the final showdown in Washington on deadline day for a fiscal stimulus. Netflix earnings are up after the closing bell, while tomorrow brings the latest quarterly report from Tesla.
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There’s a firmer tone on Wall Street early on after impressive retail sales, strength in Europe, and some positive news on the vaccine front. The question is whether momentum can carry through into the weekend.
Jitters from Europe seem to be compounding domestic worries about a federal coronavirus aid package that have helped lead stocks lower for two days in a row and look like they could contribute to a third day of declines.
After stocks slid Tuesday, futures were essentially flat this morning as investors weighed solid bank earnings against disappointing news from the fight against COVID-19.
The entire travel industry, especially airlines, continues to struggle amid COVID-related concerns during Q3, analysts believe. Disney isn't reporting until November, but also in the spotlight after reorganization announcement.
There’s a lot to look forward to today in the stock markets. Earnings season starts with strong results from Citigroup and JP Morgan, Amazon’s Prime Day starts, and Apple has its iPhone event.
It’s one of the busiest weeks of the year on Wall Street featuring the start of earnings season, an Apple (AAPL) event, and Amazon (AMZN) Prime Day. The week starts with a stronger tone amid continued hopes for a fiscal stimulus.
A market rally enters its third day amid fresh optimism regarding stimulus talks. Meanwhile, a pickup in M&A activity could be a sign of confidence going forward. But earnings season and an election are around the corner.
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It’s been a wild year so far with the pandemic, and now a presidential election is just a few weeks away. Between election news, earnings season, and hopes for a vaccine, October seems to promise plenty of action. And volatility.
Investors see volatility rising in September as election approaches, meaning the market might start to feel the impact.
Political battles might loom large in August as stimulus and elections start to enter the picture.
July is another possible crossroads for the major indices, bringing a fresh round of earnings, worries about virus caseloads in parts of the country, and questions about whether government stimulus will stick around.
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