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Netflix (NFLX) shares have started gaining and might continue moving higher in the near term, as indicated by solid earnings estimate revisions.
The British pound broke above the highs of the previous session on Thursday, but then turned around to show signs of weakness. At this point, the market is likely to grind back and forth but I think the most important thing to pay attention to is that we have a lot of support underneath.
The British pound rallied a bit against the US dollar during the week, breaking above the 200 week EMA, and using a major uptrend line as a crutch.
Weakness in the components industry due to macroeconomic downsides and sluggish Farnell business affect Avnet's (AVT) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results. However, cost-saving efforts are a breather.
Fears that the coronavirus outbreak in China would have a severe impact on oil demand was enough to offset the impact of U.S. Energy Department's latest inventory release.
Dillard's (DDS) unveils an activewear brand, Antonio Melani Active. This lifestyle brand is likely to help the company grab a share of the fast-growing activewear market.
MPLX's fourth-quarter 2019 earnings are expected to have been affected by lower gathering throughput volumes from Southwest and Utica operations.
Growth in the COPD devices market can be attributed to factors like steadily rising geriatric population, increasing incidence of smoking and chronic respiratory diseases.
Better than expected PMI data out of the UK triggered a spike higher in GBP/USD to levels not seen since January 7th. However, the pair quickly retreated after the report to give back the gain.
The pound has enjoyed a good week, with gains of close to one percent. There are two more hurdles for the currency before the weekend, with the release of manufacturing and services PMIs (release time – 9:30 GMT).
It’s a busy day ahead, with private sector PMIs for January to set the tone. Expect retail sales figures from Canada to also drive the Loonie.