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Day: January 25, 2019

Apple, Microsoft and Amazon could drive the market in the next wave of earnings

The earnings season is about to get a lot more interesting with about a quarter of the S&P 500, nearly half of the Dow Jones Industrials and three of the four biggest companies in the world reporting in the week ahead. Mega-cap tech companies Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon report respectively on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. …

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Life in a shutdown: How New York’s IPO bankers are learning to love limbo

This is an extended version of a story originally published on January 24. These are quiet times at the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Since the shutdown of the country’s government began on December 22, the SEC, like other government agencies, has been operating on a skeleton staff. Of its roughly 4,400 employees, probably not …

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CEOs step up help for government workers, raise pressure on Washington to end impasse

Companies are stepping up their relief efforts for the 800,000 federal workers who have just marked their second missed paycheck. J.P. Morgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank by assets, said Friday that it would donate $1 million to charities to provide food and other assistance, as CEO Jamie Dimon told employees he wanted to see …

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Head of the group that calls recessions says the government shutdown won’t cause one

The government shutdown, which entered Day 35 on Friday, won’t cause an economic recession, because it began so close to the start of the first quarter of 2019, said James Poterba, president of the National Bureau of Economic Research, which decides when recessions begin and end. Poterba, an economics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of …

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Square is up 50 percent off the lows and charts suggest more room to run: Technician

Square is on a tear. The stock surged 7 percent Thursday after the payment company received a vote of confidence from Instinet. Analyst Dan Dolev reiterated a buy rating on the shares in a note, citing new growth potential and increasing attractiveness versus the big banks after Square launched its business debit card last week. …

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Stocks Rise as Fed Considers Early End to Balance Sheet Shrinking

US stocks open widely higher after the Wall Street Journal reported that that the Fed is considering to weigh an earlier than expected end to the bond portfolio runoff.  Stocks were punished last month when Fed Chair Powell said the balance sheet downsizing was on automatic pilot.  The Fed also was very coy in giving …

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Signs of a Thaw in US Government Shutdown Negotiations Ahead of a Busy Week for US Stocks?

When yesterday’s dueling Democratic and Republican proposals to open the government both failed to garner nearly enough votes in the Senate, it assured that 800,000 government employees would go a whole month without receiving a paycheck. However, it’s often said that “the night is darkest just before the dawn,” and there are some signs that …

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Week Ahead – Dollar to Seek Direction from Trade Talks, FOMC and NFP; Eurozone GDP and Aussie Inflation also Eyed

The next seven days will be an important one for the US dollar as high-level US-Sino trade talks, the policy meeting by the Federal Reserve as well as key data releases will likely determine the currency’s next turn. The Australian dollar will also be in focus as inflation and other closely-watched indicators will be on …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: Why RBA Will Keep Rates on Hold

Week beginning 28 January 2019 Australia: CPI, private credit, trade prices, CoreLogic home prices, Australia Day. NZ: trade balance, Auckland Anniversary Day. China: NBS and Caixin PMI’s. Euro Area: CPI, GDP, unemployment, ECB President Draghi speaks. UK: BOE Governor Carney speaks US: FOMC meeting, non-farm payrolls, (GDP and PCE releases likely to be delayed due …

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