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Yahoo BusinessJul 15, 2020
Stocks Climb, Dollar Falls on Vaccine Progress: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks and U.S. equity futures rose, while the dollar weakened to a one-month low as progress in developing a coronavirus vaccine crossed a key milestone.European stocks staged a broad advance, with travel shares leading gains. Atlantia SpA surged 20% as Italy's government moved to resolve a long-running dispute linked to a 2018 bridge collapse. Treasuries and gold were steady. Oil gained after a report pointed to a drop in U.S. crude stockpiles.The vaccine developments brought optimism to financial markets that have been struggled to make headway recently in the face of new outbreaks across the U.S. and Asia. U.S. stocks had a late session surge on Tuesday after news that Moderna Inc.'s Covid-19 vaccine produced antibodies to the coronavirus in all patients tested in an initial safety trial. Betting on Value Recovery Is Proving a Long Wait: Taking Stock"The vaccine news is clearly a positive development," said Mark Nash, head of global fixed income at Merian Global Investors. "But it's still long way off. The fear of the W-shaped recovery is probably very high at the moment. Good news is that markets still have a chance to ride it out because the Fed has bought time, so financial conditions can stay easy until growth kicks in."In Asia, shares in Hong Kong underperformed, while those in Shanghai fell amid signs policy makers are uneasy over the pace of recent gains.Here are some key events coming up:The EIA crude oil inventory report is due Wednesday.China releases second-quarter GDP on Thursday as

Yahoo BusinessJul 15, 2020
Edited Transcript of WFC earnings conference call or presentation 14-Jul-20 3:00pm GMT
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks and U.S. equity futures rose, while the dollar weakened to a one-month low as progress in developing a coronavirus vaccine crossed a key milestone.European stocks staged a broad advance, with travel shares leading gains. Atlantia SpA surged 20% as Italy's government moved to resolve a long-running dispute linked to a 2018 bridge collapse. Treasuries and gold were steady. Oil gained after a report pointed to a drop in U.S. crude stockpiles.The vaccine developments brought optimism to financial markets that have been struggled to make headway recently in the face of new outbreaks across the U.S. and Asia. U.S. stocks had a late session surge on Tuesday after news that Moderna Inc.'s Covid-19 vaccine produced antibodies to the coronavirus in all patients tested in an initial safety trial. Betting on Value Recovery Is Proving a Long Wait: Taking Stock"The vaccine news is clearly a positive development," said Mark Nash, head of global fixed income at Merian Global Investors. "But it's still long way off. The fear of the W-shaped recovery is probably very high at the moment. Good news is that markets still have a chance to ride it out because the Fed has bought time, so financial conditions can stay easy until growth kicks in."In Asia, shares in Hong Kong underperformed, while those in Shanghai fell amid signs policy makers are uneasy over the pace of recent gains.Here are some key events coming up:The EIA crude oil inventory report is due Wednesday.China releases second-quarter GDP on Thursday as

Yahoo BusinessJul 14, 2020
Can Netflix stay one of Wall Street's favorite pandemic stocks? Results due Thursday
Netflix Inc will tell investors on Thursday how home-bound audiences and a lack of live sports have boosted its membership rolls even as streaming competition rises to unprecedented levels. Shares of the online video pioneer, trading close to an all-time high at $517.94 on Tuesday, have jumped more than 73% since mid-March when much of the world was urged to stay home to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. In April, Netflix wowed Wall Street by reporting twice the number of expected signups for the first quarter, bringing its worldwide total to 182.9 million customers.


MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 14, 2020
China to sanction Lockheed Martin over Taiwan sales: reports
China on Tuesday said it would sanction Lockheed Martin over U.S. sales of surface-to-air missiles to Taiwan, both Bloomberg and Reuters reported, citing comments from a foreign ministry spokesperson. The U.S. State Department last week approved a $620 million upgrade package. The word "China" wasn't in Lockheed Martin's annual report, but FactSet Research estimates the country represented 2% of revenue.

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Yahoo BusinessJul 14, 2020
Market Recap: Tuesday, July 14
Stocks extended gains Tuesday afternoon as investors digested an early batch of corporate earnings results. While Wells Fargo and Delta reported quarterly results that missed street expectations, JPMorgan Chase kicked off earnings season on a high note. The Nasdaq trailed the S&P 500 and Dow due to a tech-led rally from the past couple weeks losing steam.


MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 14, 2020
Oil futures finish slightly higher, as traders await outcome of OPEC committee meeting
Oil futures finished slightly higher on Tuesday, with traders awaiting outcome of Wednesday's OPEC Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee meeting as well as this week's updates on U.S. petroleum supplies. Some analysts said the committee meeting may result in a recommendation to taper the size of current crude production cuts of 9.7 million barrels per day. Meanwhile, a report from Energy Information Administration due Wednesday morning is forecast to show a weekly decline of 2.1 million barrels in U.S. crude supplies, according to an S&P Global Platts survey of analysts. August West Texas Intermediate oil rose 19 cents, or 0.5%, to settle at $40.29 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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