Investing.com – Stocks Next Tuesday in United States and China will continue trading talks next week next week.
US $ There. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Aids are expected to leave for Shanghai on Monday, Bloomberg reported, with two days of scheduled. But the report suggested that a trade was not alive.
However, the first conversation-to-face conversation since May has been good news for investors, already disposed to buy thanks to the strong quarterly results of Soft Drink Giant Coca-Cola (NYSE :), Timaker Hassbro (NASDAQ 🙂 and Paint Manufacturer Shervin -Villiams (NYSE 🙂 and buying in Hershey (NYSE 🙂 ahead of his second quarter earnings report due to Thursday.
Those jumped over 3000 and added 0.68%. The also jumped 0.65%. And the added 0.58%.
Wednesday may be a Drama-Queen of the day. Aerospace Boeing (NYSE 🙂 reports second quarter results before the open, and the earnings call is likely to focus on issues related to the ground-based 737 Max Jetliner. Facebook (NASDAQ 🙂 Reports second quarter earnings after the close.
Ultimately, traders will have a chance to respond to a Wool Street Journal report that the Justice Department is opening a wide-ranging inquiry into whether dominant technology firms are unlawfully stifling competition. The magazine could threaten Facebook (NASDAQ :), Alphabet's (NASDAQ 🙂 Google Business, Apple (NASDAQ 🙂 and Amazon.com (NASDAQ :), the Journal said.
The probe will look at the practices of online platforms that dominate Internet search, social media and retail services, the story said.
All four shares were higher (hardly in Facebook's case) at regular trading, but were down about 1% each in after hours trading.
Coca-Cola was the Great Dow winner, and he slaughtered 52 weeks high, after which the Street estimates slowly beat. The company cited success with new and reformulated beverages.
Hasbro (NASDAQ 🙂 was the leader in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 stocks, jumped nearly 10% and hit a 52-week high as it said its Bund-ins on Walt products. Disney (NYSE 🙂 Blockbuster films this summer have been very successful and should continue for some time.
22 Nasdaq 100 stocks were lower this day. Some, like Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ 🙂 and Starbucks (NASDAQ :), were modestly lower, as some investors are ready to cash in on profits. Both stocks have jumped more than 37% this year.
After this close, the social media company Snap (NYSE 🙂 shares went up more than 11% after losses narrowed and the user base grew in the last quarter. The shares of Chipmaker Texas Instruments (NASDAQ 🙂 are up 5.6% an hour after it hit estimates, even if lower than a year ago.
The one downside to Tuesday's admiration was a disappointing current sales release from the National Realtors Association. The seasonally adjusted sales rate in June of 4.69 million units is off 1.5% from May and 1.7% from a year ago. Chief Economist Lawrence Yun had sales back to 2015 levels.
Home builder shares are punched. PulteGroup (NYSE 🙂 fell 8.3%. Dr Horton (NYSE 🙂 dropped 2.6%. Hovnanian (NYSE 🙂 summed up 10.5%.
The increases in US China news pushed oil prices higher because a contract could theoretically boost global oil demand. Gross rose 49 cents to $ 56.77 per barrel. The global benchmark crude, added 57 cents to $ 63.83.
Interest rates moved higher than investors shed bonds for stocks. Yield rose to 2,079% from 2,043% on Monday.
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