Monday kicks off the first stock trading session after the much anticipated Non-Farm Payroll report. It’s a light earnings day as well with AZZ Inc reporting before the open with an expected EPS of 59 cents.
Although the employment situation is improving in the United States, will the actual figures on Friday come close to the forecast number of 185k? David Goodboy says not likely. Find out why.
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The bull run skidded to an end today. Lower than expected ADP employment figures combined with a poor showing in manufacturing fueled the selling.
The first day of the second quarter will start with a bang as the Jobless Claims number and the ISM Manufacturing Index hit the morning wire. The day will also hold several key earnings releases including CarMax Inc, which reports before the bell with a forecast EPS of 25 cents.
The manufacturing survey has an upbeat estimate this release, but will it play second fiddle to Friday’s NFP release? Here’s what to expect.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Averaged powered to 18-month highs today on the back of strong industrial numbers and better than expected home prices.
All eyes will be on the ADP Employment Report Wednesday. Mid-week also holds the promise of several earnings releases to keep investors on their toes. Among them Black Berry maker, Research in Motion has analysts anxiously awaiting $1.28/share after the close.
No question this figure is going to show improvement. However, is the expected number of 40k a little overly optimistic? Read David Goodboy’s take.