|Day's range||2,725.11 - 2,754.42|
|52-week range||2,322.25 - 2,872.87|
BHP Billiton, Roku, Stamps.com and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings are in bases with earnings on tap this week.
In a note on Monday, BlackRock's global chief investment strategist Richard Turnill pointed to tax cuts in the United States and government spending plans as driving earnings growth and said the ratio of earnings upgrades to downgrades for U.S. large-capitalization companies was at its highest since records began in 1988. Turnill said the "swoon" in equity markets in early February made U.S. valuations look more attractive, pushing the company's three-month view on U.S. stocks to "overweight," from neutral.
European stocks close lower Monday, dragged down in part by falls for consumer products heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC and German auto maker Daimler AG.
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U.S. stock futures are trading lower on Monday, reversing Friday’s mostly upbeat action, though analysts warn against reading too much into the moves, given traders are off for Presidents Day.
European shares drifted lower Monday as investors paused for breath following a sizeable rally last week. Despite the move lower, there are few signs of the turmoil that gripped stock markets earlier this ...
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U.S. financial markets will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19, in observance of Presidents Day, perhaps giving traders some time to reflect on the latest market turbulence that gave us the first correction ...
Based on last week’s close at 2735.00 and price action, the direction of the index this week is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the short-term Fibonacci level at 2745.00.
Perhaps investors have gotten used to rising Treasury yields and inflationary fears. We’re likely to find out this week if that conclusion is valid with the release of the Federal Open Market Committee’s monetary policy minutes on Wednesday.
Japanese shares rose Monday helped by a weaker yen and after U.S. equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar steadied and oil consolidated above $60 a barrel.
European shares failed to carry forward a rally from Asia, while U.S. stock futures also headed lower as the surge that handed the S&P 500 Index its best week in five years appeared to fade. The dollar ...
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Temper expectations. Wall Street probably won't see the kind of charging bull market gains seen in 2017, says J. P. Morgan Private Bank's Monica DiCenso.