Consumer Confidence, the Red Book and Farm Sales are the main economic events happening on Tuesday. The holiday shortened week brings a light slate of earnings as Wall Street starts to relax. Stocks surged higher on a falling U.S. dollar and soaring oil prices. Consumer Spending climbed for the fifth straight month. An improved European economic environment and Greece’s bond selling plan added to the bullish nature of the session. Led by Boeing, the DJIA advanced 45.50, the Nasdaq climbed 9.23 and the S&P 500 added 6.63.
Here are 7 stocks you need to know for Tuesday.
After the close, ^FUL^ reports with an expected EPS of 28 cents.
Mattress giant, ^ZZ^, has forecasted an EPS of 4 cents after the close.
32 cents is the consensus estimate for ^SAI^ after the final bell.
^CHRS^ is awaiting a 16 cent loss before the opening bell.
^SKS^ and ^BBY^ are two retail giants benefiting from increased consumer spending.
^DWA^ suffered from disappointing box office returns from its new film “How to Train Your Dragon”.