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US equity markets, with the support of solid economic data and a very constructive Q3 earnings season, remain on solid ground as they hover close to record highs. Highlights from last week’s economic calendar confirm that.
A holiday-shortened week in the U.S. will bring investors a spate of earnings while lawmakers will remain out of town with tax reform hanging in the balance.
It was another low-volatility day for stocks, which edged higher during a quiet Thanksgiving-week day of trading. The Nasdaq Composite ticked up 0.1% to 6790.71. The CBOE Volatiltiy Index, or VIX, dropped 6.8% to 10.65.
Salesforce.com Inc. is expected to hand in a strong quarter of earnings as the stock pushes daily to record levels and analysts across the board report hearing positive feedback on adoption and retention ...
Global equities markets advanced on Monday as confidence over economic growth around the world helped investors brush off concerns about the collapse of government coalition talks in Germany, which sent the euro lower against the U.S. dollar. In the latest indication of global growth, the central bank in Germany said the German economy is expanding into the end of the year on strong industrial activity and firms are struggling to find workers to satisfy orders. Investors shrugged off the political impasse in Germany while the U.S. leading economic indicators provided further evidence of fairly strong economic data and an economy that is still gaining traction, said Michael Arone, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors in Boston.
Stocks squeezed out small gains Monday, with telecoms and industrials helping to provide a lift. Trading is expected to remain subdued ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday on Thursday and an abbreviated ...
Wall Street posted small gains Monday as investors shrugged off political turmoil in Germany and returned their focus to U.S. tax legislation and corporate earnings. U.S. trade is expected to thin out ...