Tag: Markets

Investing.comOctober 20, 2020

© Reuters. By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com — It’s deadline day for the almost-mythical stimulus package, Netflix (NASDAQ:) reports earnings, Intel (NASDAQ:) sells a big part of its past and there’s more shale M&A brewing. Here’s what you need to know in financial markets on Tuesday, October 20th. 1. Stimulus deadline day It’s deadline day for […]

James PicernoOctober 19, 2020

Most slices of the major asset classes declined last week but US stocks and bonds managed to post small gains for the trading week through Friday, Oct. 16, based on a set of exchange-traded funds. Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund (NASDAQ:) eked out the winning performance last week with a 0.2% gain. The fund […]

Declan FallonOctober 19, 2020

This week saw markets challenge September’s highs, beginning a process of base formation across indices. Volume fell across the week, fitting with a consolidation and not active selling. This action is bullish for indices – only if selling continues on a pick up of volume should one become concerned.  While selling volume fell over the […]

Investing.comOctober 18, 2020

© Reuters. Investing.com – Our markets analyst Jesse Cohen gives us his top five things to know this week on Wall Street, including: 1. (NASDAQ:) Earnings – Wednesday Afternoon 2. (NASDAQ:) Earnings – Tuesday Afternoon 3. (NASDAQ:), (NYSE:) Also Report Results 4. Fiscal Stimulus Headlines 5. Covid-19 Cases, Vaccine Developments Disclaimer: Fusion Media would like […]

Michele SchneiderOctober 18, 2020

In spite of no passing stimulus, mixed economic data, rising COVID cases and a wild pre-election season, for the first time since we can remember, markets are brushing off most of the negativity. For years, we would report on the health of the economic modern family with words like “lagging,” warning,” and “sick.” All except […]

ReutersOctober 15, 2020

© Reuters. By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters) – Bond markets have taken in their stride the trillions of dollars in pandemic spending by governments, but investors in currency markets are getting nervous about countries’ remaining fiscal firepower. With the developed world largely out of room to cut interest rates further, investors are increasingly looking at […]

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