The worse-than-expected earnings may press Walmart down!
Asian equities surge as market appreciates Fed meeting
On Monday, Asian equities soared led by the Hang Seng index because market sentiment on the global economic outlook was still firm ahead of an American key bank gathering this week.
The Nikkei 225 rallied 0.52%, while the Hang Seng tacked on 1.04%. Additionally, the Kospi leapt 1.0%. Meanwhile, in Australia S&P/ASX 200 earned 0.50%, the Shanghai Composte jumped 0.25%.
The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee is expected to have a two-day gathering slated for September 19-20, and the members are supposed to hold steady. Investors are waiting for initial details on winding back the Fed’s balance sheet.
The previous week, the ascend on Wall Street kept unrolling as American equities notched a weekly revenues on Friday notwithstanding data disclosing a sudden sag in retail sales the previous month tapering hopes for firm third quarter economic surge.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average concluded higher showing 2268.34. As for the S&P 500, it leapt 0.18%, the Nasdaq Composite concluded at 6448.47, ascending 0.30%.
Twitter reported encouraging earnings results. Cisco's earnings beat estimates, but revenue declined for the fifth quarter in a row.
Stocks rise and drop on their earnings reports. Let's review those which reported recently.
The giant chip maker exceeded analysts’ expectations. Even with a global GPU shortage!
OPEC will hold a meeting on March 4, where it should announce its decision on further oil output.
The risk-on is back on the market as investors focus on the projections for a stronger-than-expected economic rebound and the Fed’s pledge to prolong support for the rest of the year.