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Tencent Music Q1 preview: Where next for TME stock?

People continue to subscribe to the company’s music streaming services but its social entertainment apps are struggling to attract users amid intense competition.

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Tech stock earnings preview: Will earnings halt the tech selloff?

Investors are selling out of tech amid growing expectations of interest rate hikes in 2022. Will earnings give investors a reason to buy back into tech?

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How to read a company earnings report

Earnings reports give us insights into the health of a company, as well as the future direction of its share price. Discover how to read a company earnings report – including how key financials move markets, and four tips for earnings season.

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Everything you need to know about earnings season

Earnings season is a key time of the year for many involved in stocks. It affords market speculators the opportunity to gauge the progress of their trades and investments, providing key financial insights that may inform future decisions. Read on for more on what earnings season is and how you can approach it.

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By : Ben Lobel
April 7, 2021 06:25 AM

Market Brief: Rebounding on Goldilocks payrolls and a China surprise

A snapshot of the European trading session and a round-up of global market highlights so far

Market Brief: Mega earnings slate, Fed offer break from Brexit, impeachment

Stock markets have been mostly lower in Europe following another huge slate of earnings, with some high profile let downs in results, outlooks, or both

HSBC shares exposed ahead of revamp

Only a truly ‘radical’ shake-ups will stop the rot

Market Brief: Texas drags, Boeing surprisingly lifts, Brexit drags on

Brexit is finally moving again, though remains frustrating; Texas Instruments, Caterpillar and Boeing missed estimates

Market Brief: Non-Manufacturing ISM won’t be a Non-Event

A day after stocks and other risk-laden assets were sold the hardest since August it’s been a fairly positive session so far in Europe

S&P 500 Earnings Forecast to Tumble

Pessimism on U.S. large-cap earnings is not priced in

DJIA: Record Highs in Sight After Better-Than-Expected Q2 Earnings Season

The Dow’s near-term bias remains to the topside as long as the index holds above the previous breakout level at 26,400.

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September 10, 2019 05:26 AM

Will the S&P 500 Shrug Off US-China Trade Fears?

For a market that had been pricing in an imminent resolution to the US-China trade tensions after weeks of “productive” talks, Sunday’s tweet caught traders off guard: All major Asian equity indices closed lower on the day, highlighted by a sharp 5.6% drop in China’s Shanghai Composite.

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Tech-Heavy Nasdaq in a Health Uptrend, Tech Earnings on Tap to Close the Month

US stock markets stumbled out of the gate to start this week’s trade after a lack of progress on the US-China trade negotiation front this weekend and fresh concerns around Boeing’s prospects. Among the major US indices, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite is performing best...

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 yesterday’s failed votes may serve as the catalyst for a true compromise to end the stalemate.

S&P 500 Breaks Bearish Wedge, Traders Monitoring Earnings and Shutdown Shenanigans

US stock markets were closed yesterday in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, and given the headwinds the world economy faces, perhaps policymakers could benefit from his overriding message of inclusion and cooperation.

S&P 500: So Much for a Santa Rally!

The last few months have been hard on stock market bulls, to put it lightly...

S&P 500: Fears Over “Peak Growth” Abound

Brexit developments continue to draw all the headlines, with my colleague Fawad Razaqzada characterizing today’s cabinet resignations as a disaster for PM May. While the updates from the UK continue to come in hot and heavy, we’re aware that some readers may be suffering from “Brexit fatigue”; thankfully, there are plenty of other market opportunities to highlight, including in major US stock indices.

S&P 500: All Systems Go Heading into Earnings Season

On Monday, we flipped the calendar into a new week, month, and quarter, and beyond the weather getting cooler (at least for Northern Hemisphere readers!), that means that we’re on the verge of another quarterly earnings season for US stocks.