Europe, U.S. futures take a hit from tech firms halting business with Huawei Treasury yields pare last week's gains, potentially bottoming out - but later reverse on risk off shift WTI climbs on OPEC signals of continued supply cuts Key Events Europe's and futures on the , and took...
As expected, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates aren’t ready to concede a barrel of oil beyond market needs, so that crude prices will not come under undue pressure. Yet, what might help the market more than the two countries’s resolve at Sunday’s OPEC meeting in Jeddah...
* Reports Q1 2019 results on Tuesday, May 21 before the market open* Revenue expectation: $26.37 billion* EPS expectation: $2.18 Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:) isn't expected to report very promising results tomorrow. The largest U.S. home-improvement retailer is releasing earnings tomorrow amid signs of a housing slowdown and...
There is little sign that investors will get relief from the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute next week after both sides signaled that they are ready to escalate their fight. Sentiment turned sour on Friday after media reported that trade talks between the U.S. and China had stalled after President...
Unpredictable trade negotiations leave investors on edge Bond yields fall to lowest since Dec. 2017, dollar climbs to near-May 2017 heights U.S. equities in a medium-term uptrend, but weakness persists The S&P 500 fell for the second consecutive week as U.S.-China trade friction left investors cautious. The back-to-back weekly declines were...
The trader could not have sounded more empirical with his remark: “I wouldn’t be short oil overnight in the current climate for all the tea in China. Period.” We were going back and forth about Thursday’s 2% intraday run-up in crude, which marked a third straight day of wins for...
Investing in high-yielding dividend stocks carries a lot of risk. Once you buy a stock that is offering a yield greater than the market average, you’re basically making a bet that the company’s cash flows will continue to support that payout. Two top American consumer brands—Altria Group (NYSE:), the...
The U.K.’s has been a minefield, ever since the country voted to leave the European Union in June 2016. But the political momentum behind that Brexit vote has run aground: politicians have failed to find a way of leaving the world’s biggest single market without trashing the...
While the dominant market narrative is that U.S. President Donald Trump’s sanctions against Huawei is what’s driving Treasurys up, muted reactions from the other safe-haven investments, such as the , the and , water down that argument. The more likely driver is Fed Bank of Richmond President Thomas...
U.S. futures, European shares bounce back as U.S. plans of delay on Europe, Japan auto tariffs offset hefty Huawei sanctions 10-year yields' tumble eases after hitting lowest level since 2017 Fed's Barkin worries on fragile business confidence re-ignite speculation of rate cut Key Events Futures on the , and and...