It’s a shortened trading week, with major U.S. markets closed Monday in observance of President’s Day. The coronavirus, FOMC, and Walmart earnings will take the spotlight this week.
Investors will get another pulse on the health of the U.S. consumer when the Commerce Department releases retail sales data for the month of January.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell heads to Capitol Hill for another day of testimony in front of Congress and Cisco reports earnings Wednesday.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell heads to Capitol Hill for two days of testimony, plus Under Armour and Lyft deliver fourth quarter results Tuesday.
The deadly coronavirus is causing some multinational companies to feel the pain more than others, according to an analyst.
Yum Brands reported a mixed fourth quarter Thursday morning, as softer-than-expected sales at Pizza Hut weighed on the fast food chain.
In a packed Wednesday with a handful of earnings announcements, investors will pay close attention to results from social media company Twitter and ride-sharing giant Uber.
Grubhub reported mixed fourth quarter results. Shares initially fell but then reversed course and spiked 7% in after-hours trade.
More than halfway through earnings season, the spotlight will turn to a handful of big earnings reports Tuesday, including Disney and Chipotle.
Earnings season is well underway, and industrial giant Caterpillar and energy companies Chevron and Exxon Mobil will round out the week’s reports when they deliver quarterly results ahead of the market open.
Overall, Facebook met or exceeded expectations across all of the important metrics. So then, why were investors punishing the company’s stock?
Dow components Boeing and McDonald’s will report earnings before the opening bell, and tech behemoths Facebook, Microsoft and Tesla will round things out after the market close.