Geopolitical Uncertainty May Lead To Choppy Trading

Geopolitical Uncertainty May Lead To Choppy Trading
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a roughly flat opening on Wednesday following the sharp pullback seen in the previous session. Geopolitical uncertainty may keep some traders on the sidelines after North Korea threatened to cancel an historic meeting between leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump. In a statement published by the state-run Korean Central News... Read More

Wall Street Poised To Open In Red

Wall Street Poised To Open In Red
The market might be reacting to major economic announcements such as Industrial Production data, Housing Starts and Atlanta Fed Inflation Expectations. U.S. Futures Index suggest that Wall Street might open in the red.Asian shares finished broadly lower, while European shares are trading mostly higher. As of 7.15 am ET, the Dow futures were losing 18.00 points, the S&P 500 futures... Read More

Futures Point To Positive Bias For Wall Street At Opening

Futures Point To Positive Bias For Wall Street At Opening
After the turbulence on President Trump’s pullback from Iran Nuclear Deal, the market is trying to settle. Initial trading on U.S. Futures Index suggest that Wall Street might be significantly positive at opening. Labor Department’s Producer Price Index and Wholesale Trade Inventories report are the major highlights in the economic front. Asian shares finished mixed, while European shares are also... Read More

Wall Street To Climb At Opening

Wall Street To Climb At Opening
Earlier signs from the U.S. Futures index point to a higher opening for Wall Street on Monday. The economic calendar is lean, however Fed’s Consumer Credit report and a slew of Fed speeches will be keenly followed by the investors.Asian shares finished mostly higher, while European shares are trading broadly higher. As of 7.15 am ET, the Dow futures were... Read More

Mixed Jobs Data In Focus On Wall Street

Mixed Jobs Data In Focus On Wall Street
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a lower opening on Friday following the release of the closely watched monthly employment report. The downward momentum on Wall Street comes as the report from the Labor Department showed weaker than expected job growth in the month of April but a bigger than expected drop by the unemployment rate. After falling... Read More