Midweek brings investors the Consumer Credit figures and a solid slate of diversified earnings reports. Among them restaurant chain, Ruby Tuesday Inc, has analysts forecasting 23 cents/share after the bell.
Stocks breathed a sigh of relief today as the FOMC minutes clearly indicated that the Fed has no plans for immediate interest rate hikes. However, stocks closed mixed on the day with the DJIA as the laggard.
What exactly is the yield curve and how does this affect stock traders? Here’s an explanation of the yield curve and 3 top PowerRatings stocks that are ready for a short term pop higher.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will be speaking to the Regional Chamber in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday. Here’s why traders should listen very carefully to his speech for any hints regarding an interest rate increase.
Stocks advanced on the first trading day after the holiday extended weekend. A strong employment report on Friday carried bullish enthusiasm into the new week.
The FOMC minutes and a light platter of earnings will motivate stock investors on the second trading session of the week. Apple, which sold over 300,000 iPads on the first day of release, and Campbell Soup are among our 7 stocks for Tuesday’s trading.
On Tuesday, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) releases the minutes of its last meeting. Read David Goodboy’s take to see what traders should be prepared for.
If, in fact, Greenspan is correctly anticipating the future course of the economy, how can short term traders jump aboard the soon to be runaway train before it’s too late? We have created an easy to use, simple 3 step plan to help you locate stocks ready to make short term bullish moves.
With most of Europe on holiday Monday, will this create mute reactions for the ISM Purchasing Managers Index? Read more of David Goodboy’s take.
Positive economic reports sent stocks sharply higher on this final trading session of the holiday shortened week. Manufacturing sector growth added to the bullish sentiment.