Economic data picks up later in week
Evan McDaniel | email@example.com
There are no major data releases on today's economic calendar.
The only scheduled events are three- and six-month Treasury bill auctions at 11:30 a.m. ET.
Traders will be looking ahead to tomorrow's consumer price index reading for July at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Later in the week, consumer sentiment for August and leading indicators for July will be reported on Friday.
Stocks attempt to stage a rebound
May 17, 2013
The main catalyst for the buyers appears to be coming from Asia, where Tokyo and Shanghai indexes rallied overnight amid positive Japanese economic data and signs that Chinese authorities will reduce economic regulations.
Equities are hovering at record levels
May 16, 2013
S&P 500 futures are indicated to open fractionally lower but have been nudging higher throughout the morning. The Nasdaq is up almost two-tenths of a percent after strong numbers from Cisco.
Equities in range after big gains
May 15, 2013
S&P 500 futures are little-changed, while most European indexes are posting small gains. Asian markets were mostly positive overnight, led by a 2 percent rally in Tokyo.
Wide range of events on calendar
May 15, 2013
German, France, and Italy will report preliminary gross domestic product numbers early in the morning, which could affect sentiment before the opening bell.
Another record day on Wall Street?
May 14, 2013
S&P 500 futures are fractionally higher after earlier falling by more than one-tenth of a percent. Europe is also fighting its way back to positive after posting slightly larger declines.