By William Watts
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Stocks were off to a mixed start Tuesday, a day after all three major indexes closed at records. The Federal Reserve was…
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DEVELOPING… Story will be updated as new information can be verified. Updated 3 times. Stocks were mixed in morning trading on Wall Street Tuesday ahead of more news this week on the Federal Reserve and the jobs market. Investors are also reviewing a heavy load of corporate earnings for more…
On Tuesday, US contracts on the Dow, S&P, NASDAQ and Russell 2000 were mixed ahead of the US session and shares in Europe declined as the global supply chain quagmire deepened and China introduced new coronavirus restrictions. In an attempt to resolve the supply chain constraints US President Biden called on global leaders to try and diversifying the supply chain ecosystem to avoid additional disruptions to commerce across the globe.
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Nov 2 (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes rose modestly on Tuesday to intraday record highs as a strong earnings season continued to lift sentiment for equities, while investors were looking ahead to a critical Federal Reserve meeting. Pfizer (PFE.N) shares rose 5.2% after the drugmaker said it expected 2021…
Goldman Sachs said ethereum has tracked inflation expectations closely, meaning it could be set to surge.
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(Reuters) – European shares eased from record levels on Tuesday as traders eyed upcoming central bank meetings for clues on tapering and rate decisions, while a plunge in iron ore prices hurt miners. The pan-European STOXX 600 index slipped 0.3% as of 0813 GMT, while Asian stocks were mixed on…
LONDON (Nov 2): World shares held just under record highs while European indexes edged lower on Tuesday, as investors focused on earnings and the Federal Reserve’s two-day meeting which ends on Wednesday. Although Wall Street hit new highs on Monday, during the Asian session sentiment became more mixed, with equities…
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Global shares idled just below record highs on Tuesday and currencies held tight ranges as nervous investors awaited the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting, one of several central bank decisions this week that could set the tone for risk appetite. The Reserve Bank of Australia was the main…
The Federal Reserve began its two-day policy meeting on Tuesday, opening deliberations that are expected to see it announce a pull back of the stimulus it put in place to support the US economy at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. But the tougher question facing members of the Fed’s policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) at the meeting a central bank spokesperson said began Tuesday afternoon is what to do about rising prices — and when.
This is the web version of Bull Sheet, a no-nonsense daily newsletter on what’s happening in the markets. Sign up to get it delivered free to your inbox. The two-day FOMC meeting kicks off today, and that’s putting the chill on equities. Stocks are flat on both sides of the Atlantic, and down in Asia. Ahead of Jerome Powell’s press conference tomorrow, investors are diving into bonds. That’s pushing yields down. For now.
Investing.com – European stock markets traded in a mixed fashion Tuesday, with investors focusing on the ongoing corporate earnings season ahead of the start of an eagerly-awaited Federal Reserve meeting. At 4 AM ET (0900 GMT), the DAX in Germany traded 0.4% higher, the CAC 40 in France was largely…
FTSE -0.72% at 7241. US stocks are pointing to a relatively quiet start, in cautious trade, as investors take a breath from the recent earnings driven rally and look ahead to the Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting. The two-day meeting kicks off today with the Fed widely expected to announce…
A closely-followed index of U.S.-based manufacturing inched lower to 60.8% in October from 61.1% in the prior month, the Institute for Supply Management said Monday.
Two-year Treasury yield posts its biggest one-day drop since March 2020 ahead of Federal Reserve’s policy update
U.S. Treasury yields slipped, with the 2-year rate posting its biggest-one day decline since March 2020, ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy update on Wednesday in which policy makers are expected to unveil their plan for winding down monthly bond purchases.
The S&P 500 hovered near a record high on Tuesday, pausing ahead of the key Federal Reserve decision slated for Wednesday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose just 20 points. The S&P 500 added 0.07% and the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite fell 0.1%. All three averages closed at all-time highs on Monday. The Russell 2000 opened within striking distance of its record, after popping 2.6% on Monday.
Professional investors tend to dump some of their losers by the end of October, creating greater value in some stocks.