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Macy's earnings, Fedspeak: What to Watch

As the trading day draws to a close, here's what's in store for tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21.

Earnings season continues with several notable companies scheduled to report their quarterly results. Among them are retailers Lowe's (LOW), Macy's (M), and Urban Outfitters (URBN), whose results will all provide valuable insights into the state of the consumer.

Additionally, commentary from various Federal Reserve officials, including New York Fed President John Williams and Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Michael Barr, are expected to shed light on the central bank's outlook on monetary policy.

For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime.

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This post was written by Angel Smith

Video Transcript

Time now for what to watch.

Tuesday, May 21st starting off on the earnings will be hearing from names including Lows Auto Zone and told Brothers lows announcing first quarter results before the bell.

The Home Improvement retailer saw its rival Home Depot missed expectations last week and investors will look to see lows will struggle to as inflation continues to restrict discretionary spending and other names to watch X on Macy's and Urban Outfitters, Macy's reporting first quarter earnings ahead of the analysts expecting Masons to report net sales to go up about 2% and they will be listening for any clues about our house management and brigade capital management.

Their B and finally, we hear from multiple federal Reserve officials throughout the day including fed President John Williams, Loretta Mester Raphael Bostic and Susan Collins.

This coming after comments today from said Vice chair for supervision, Michael Bar calling the inflation data this year quote disappointing.