The TIC is expected to be 39.2B which is up from last month’s 19.1B. It will be interesting to see how the USD reacts to a miss or hit of this number.
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The bulls are in full control of the stock market. Shares pushed higher today on better than expected results from consumer and industrial names.
A boatload of heavy hitting earnings announcements hit the wire midweek. Earnings combined with Bernanke’s testimony, the CPI, and retail sales promises to create an exciting session.
On Wednesday, Fed chief Ben Bernanke will testify before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress in Washington, DC. Traders would be keen to expect some chatter about interest rates and monetary policy.
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Earnings kick into high gear with several key names reporting Tuesday, including tech heavyweight Intel reporting after the close with a forecast EPS of 38 cents. International trade, red book, and import/export prices round out the crucial economic release news.
After an erratic trading session, shares ended higher across the board. The weekend’s news of a massive Greek aid package approved by the EU combined with merger and takeover chatter lifted shares.
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Stocks surged higher today led by energy shares, which was triggered by an upbeat forecast from sector leader, Chevron.