Wall Street eyes higher open after robust earnings run
Wednesday, 6 November 2019 () Wall Street's main indexes were set to open near record highs on Wednesday, as a largely upbeat corporate earnings season and optimism around a U.S.-China trade truce drive a rally in stocks.
Investors will be listening to what Fed chair Jerome Powell says on the Hill next week. Wall Street also gets the latest data on inflation, and Disney launches its streaming service. Fred Katayama reports.
Nvidia reported a solid fiscal year 2020 third quarter and issued encouraging commentary about its data center business, sending shares higher. The stock was rising 1.4% to $212.72 a share Thursday in..
On the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Katherine Ross that he's glad he got to speak with Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins on CNBC earlier today. "I was sensitive to the fact..
Wall Street's main indexes hit record highs at open as upbeat comments related to U.S.-China trade talks and strong earnings from semiconductor industry... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •Newsmax
Advanced Energy Industries Stock Up 73% in 2019
The temporary lull in corporate profits seems to be over (at least for some tech stocks). *Advanced Energy... Profit Confidential Also reported by •Reuters India