- As Trump shifts immigration and foreign policies, State Department is silent
- Panic among refugees awaiting urgent medical care in U.S.
- Trump’s go-to man Bannon takes hardline view
- Deutsche to pay $425 million to New York regulator over Russian ‘mirror trades’
- Mexico sees signs of U.S. change on wall payment
- U.S. Senate advances nomination of Tillerson as Secretary of State
Stock futures are lower before Tuesday’s open as investors digest Monday’s sell-off and wait for a busy week of earnings and economic data. In addition to a slew of earnings we have a busy week for Central Banks, including a Fed meeting, and the always fun jobs report to look forward to.
Futures down a wee bit. Market showing a little distribution here. A few blowups this morning. UA…wow! New yearly lows. UPS coughs one up and MA, which has been acting well, down a few percent.
- FOMC Meeting Begins
- Employment Cost Index 8:30 AM ET
- Redbook 8:55 AM ET
- S&P Corelogic Case-Shiller HPI 9:00 AM ET
- Chicago PMI 9:45 AM ET
- Consumer Confidence 10:00 AM ET
- State Street Investor Confidence Index 10:00 AM ET
- Trump Signed 11 Executive Orders In His First Week In Office
Gary’s Thoughts: Just as promised
- S&P Posted Worst Drop Since Election Day
Gary’s Thoughts: Way overdue
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What a difference 1 year makes. This time last year nearly “everyone” was bearish and 2016 turned into a decent year on Wall Street. Now nearly “everyone” is bullish. You know what happens to crowded one-sided trades… Just saying…
It’s great to see everyone is in love with the “sharing” economy but they seem to be forgetting one thing: These companies need to start making money…
It’s much easier to pay big bonuses when bank stocks jump 20% in 3 months…