Deere & Company will be the biggest earnings report on Friday, but a poor earnings number out of chip giant Nvidia Thursday night could set a negative tone for markets in the morning.
Macy's earnings and the July report on retail sales will be highlights for investors on Wednesday as a busy week for the retail industry rolls on.
Stocks on Monday fell for a fourth straight day and will look to get a jumpstart from Home Depot and Tapestry, both reporting earnings before the market open on Tuesday.
The week ahead will bring investors a slower earnings and economics calendar, while Disney results and the July reading on inflation should be the week's highlights.
The July jobs report showed the economy added fewer jobs than expected during the month, but a drop in the unemployment rate and revisions to prior months show the U.S. economy remains in good shape.
The July jobs report will cap what's been a busy week for investors while the discussion in markets should still revolve around Apple, which topped a market value of $1 trillion on Thursday.
CBS earnings will be a highlight for markets on Thursday as investors will hear from CBS CEO Les Moonves for the first time since he was accused of sexually harassing multiple women.
The Federal Reserve kept its interest rate target unchanged in its latest policy statement released Wednesday afternoon.
Tesla earnings and the Fed's latest monetary policy statement will be the key events for investors on what will be a very busy Wednesday to mark the start of August.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder sees the current U.S. economy expansion as an impressive and interesting period in economic history. And when it comes to what the biggest story of the year is for investors, one easy theme stands out.
The week ahead will be busy for investors with Tesla, Apple, and hundreds of other companies reporting earnings while the July jobs report and the Fed's latest policy announcement highlight the economic calendar.
U.S. economic growth hit a nearly four-year high in the second quarter of 2018, though the 4.1% pace of growth was slightly less than what had been forecast by economists.
Facebook shares were getting smoked Thursday morning, and Wall Street's reaction to the quarter was a mixed bag, with some analysts not at all pleased by the company's handling of a poor quarter.
Facebook's post-earnings collapse after hours on Wednesday will set the tone for markets on Thursday, though investors shook off poor results from Netflix earlier this month.
Facebook earnings will be the big event on Wednesday as the social network's results will be scrutinized by investors amid a period of uncertainty for the company.
AT&T, Harley-Davidson, and Verizon will be among the S&P 500 members reporting results on Tuesday as a busy week for corporate earnings rolls on.
Facebook, Amazon, Google, Twitter, and McDonald's will be among the notable companies set to report earnings this week, which will be one of the busiest earnings weeks of the year.
Donald Trump continues to broadcast that he is not happy about the Federal Reserve's current monetary policy.
Earnings from General Electric on Friday and an early-morning interview with President Trump will set the agenda for markets to close the week.
Microsoft earnings will be a highlight for investors on Thursday as trade stories continue to dominate the economic discussion.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has a new buyback plan which could see the company repurchase its own shares for the first time in six years.