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Portfolio Manager David Peltier and Research Analyst Andrew Krill preview the week ahead.
Housing Data, including New and Existing Home Sales and S&P/Case-Shiller will be key for the Week Ahead, June 23.
TheStreet's David Peltier and Andrew Krill preview the week ahead with a focus on the FOMC and technology sector quarterly results after this week's surprise INTC guidance bump.
President Obama will meet with leaders in Brussels to discuss the Ukraine crisis and Iran’s nuclear program. Back in the States traders will be focused on the ADP Employment Report.
Traders will look to manufacturing, housing and consumer data for a read on the broader market, including S&P/Case-Shiller, Pending Home Sales, PMI and GDP.
So far, 72% of S&P 500 companies have exceeded earnings expectations compared to 67% last year. TheStreet takes a closer look at next week's quarterly results from PFE and WFM.
Earnings season moves along full speed ahead as 27% of the S&P 500 report, including industrial heavyweights Eaton and Cummins and social media momentum names Twitter and LinkedIn.
Looking ahead, investors turn their focus to second quarter earnings as Alcoa kicks it off on Tuesday after the close, with JP Morgan and Wells Fargo on Friday.
Earnings season ramps up and the jobs report is due Tuesday. Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill look at what to watch in the week ahead.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill review market action and what stocks and sectors to watch in front of a busy calendar for the week of October 14.