US futures point to a slightly higher open

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher. “I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.


U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher. “I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.
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US futures point to a slightly higher open

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season.

At around 01:40 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher.

Overall, market players are monitoring developments on the trade front. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that tariffs will go up in December if there is no deal in place with China.

“I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday.

Furthermore, the U.S. has also decided to stop trade negotiations with Turkey and raised its steel prices to 50%. The decision followed an earlier U.S. announcement to remove all U.S. troops from the northern border of Syria with Turkey.

Investors are also looking ahead to a new earnings season. BlackRock, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo and J.P. Morgan Chase are set to release their latest performance numbers before the bell. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.

On the data front, the Empire State manufacturing figures are due to be released at 08:30 a.m. ET.


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J&J beats third-quarter earnings expectations on higher prescription drug sales; shares rise

Johnson & Johnson reported third-quarter earnings and revenue Tuesday that beat Wall Street’s expectations, boosted by higher sales of cancer and other prescription drugs. J&J’s pharmaceutical business, which accounts for half of the company’s revenue, posted revenue of $10.88 billion, better than the $10.41 billion projection compiled by StreetAccount. The company’s consumer unit, which makes beauty products such as Neutrogena, reported revenue of $3.46 billion, in line with Wall Street’s expec


Johnson & Johnson reported third-quarter earnings and revenue Tuesday that beat Wall Street’s expectations, boosted by higher sales of cancer and other prescription drugs. J&J’s pharmaceutical business, which accounts for half of the company’s revenue, posted revenue of $10.88 billion, better than the $10.41 billion projection compiled by StreetAccount. The company’s consumer unit, which makes beauty products such as Neutrogena, reported revenue of $3.46 billion, in line with Wall Street’s expec
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J&J beats third-quarter earnings expectations on higher prescription drug sales; shares rise

Johnson & Johnson reported third-quarter earnings and revenue Tuesday that beat Wall Street’s expectations, boosted by higher sales of cancer and other prescription drugs.

Here’s what the company reported compared with Wall Street estimates, based on a survey of analysts by Refinitiv:

Adjusted earnings per share: $2.12 versus $2.01 expected

Revenue: $20.73 versus $20.07 billion expected

J&J also raised its full-year guidance and now sees earnings between $8.62 and $8.67 per share, with revenue in the range of $81.8 billion to $82.3 billion.

Shares of J&J were up more than 2% in premarket trading.

J&J’s pharmaceutical business, which accounts for half of the company’s revenue, posted revenue of $10.88 billion, better than the $10.41 billion projection compiled by StreetAccount.

The company’s consumer unit, which makes beauty products such as Neutrogena, reported revenue of $3.46 billion, in line with Wall Street’s expectations. J&J’s medical device unit reported revenue of $6.3 billion, slightly better than $6.27 billion analysts were expecting.

“Our third-quarter results represent strong performance, driven by competitive underlying growth in Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices, as well as continued optimization in our Consumer business,” J&J Chairman and CEO Alex Gorsky said in a statement.

Sales J&J’s rheumatoid arthritis drug Remicade fell 24% year over year. Sales of its multiple myeloma drug Darzalex increased 53.5% year over year to $765 million, while sales of cancer drug Imbruvica increased 30.6% to $921 million.

The maker of popular consumer product brands like Tylenol and Aveeno, J&J is facing thousands of lawsuits ranging from claims that its talc-based baby powder causes cancer to allegations that it helped fuel that nationwide opioid epidemic.

J&J in August was ordered by an Oklahoma judge to pay the state $572 million in the first ruling in the U.S. holding a drugmaker accountable for the epidemic. And last week, a Philadelphia jury ordered J&J to pay $8 billion in punitive damages for downplaying risks that its antipsychotic drug Risperdal could promote breast growth in boys.

Chief Financial Officer Joseph Wolk told CNBC on Tuesday that the company is open to “a reasonable” settlement that would settle the hundreds of opioid lawsuits from state and local municipalities, adding its painkillers represented less than 1% of the overall market.

“Where is makes sense for all stakeholders, we’ll look to have a settlement,” he said on “Squawk Box.”

Earlier this month, J&J settled opioid claims with two Ohio counties for $20.4 million.

The company did not report its litigation expenses for the third quarter.

Despite the lawsuits, J&J’s shares were up by about 1% so far this year as of Monday, and some Wall Street analysts were expecting a relatively uneventful quarter with modest growth in its pharmaceutical and consumer units.


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Wall Street set for a higher open

Wall Street set for a higher open1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to the kick-off of earnings season. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


Wall Street set for a higher open1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to the kick-off of earnings season. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.
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Wall Street set for a higher open

Wall Street set for a higher open

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U.S. stock index futures were higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to the kick-off of earnings season. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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US futures point to slightly higher open after US-China reach partial trade deal

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Monday morning, after the U.S. agreed to suspend its next tariff increase on Chinese imports. ET, Dow futures rose 8 points, indicating a positive open of more than 14 points. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, amid signs of progress in the long-running U.S.-China trade dispute. The partial deal — which covers agriculture, currency and some aspects of intellectual property protections — represents the first major step forwa


U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Monday morning, after the U.S. agreed to suspend its next tariff increase on Chinese imports. ET, Dow futures rose 8 points, indicating a positive open of more than 14 points. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, amid signs of progress in the long-running U.S.-China trade dispute. The partial deal — which covers agriculture, currency and some aspects of intellectual property protections — represents the first major step forwa
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US futures point to slightly higher open after US-China reach partial trade deal

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Monday morning, after the U.S. agreed to suspend its next tariff increase on Chinese imports.

At around 03:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 8 points, indicating a positive open of more than 14 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher.

Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, amid signs of progress in the long-running U.S.-China trade dispute.

On Friday, President Donald Trump announced that the first phase of a deal with China had been agreed, though officials on both sides said much more work needed to be done.

The partial deal — which covers agriculture, currency and some aspects of intellectual property protections — represents the first major step forward to end the trade war in 15 months.

However, the deal does not include many details and Trump has warned it could take up to five weeks to get a pact written.

The world’s two largest economies have imposed tariffs on billions of dollars’ worth of one another’s goods since the start of 2018, battering financial markets and souring business and consumer sentiment.


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Salesforce’s Marc Benioff calls for a ‘new capitalism’ where billionaires pay higher taxes

CBO says Pelosi’s drug pricing plan saves Medicare $345 billion… The savings wouldn’t begin until 2023, assuming the bill gets passed by the House and Senate and signed by President Donald Trump before end of this year, the CBO says. Health and Scienceread more


CBO says Pelosi’s drug pricing plan saves Medicare $345 billion… The savings wouldn’t begin until 2023, assuming the bill gets passed by the House and Senate and signed by President Donald Trump before end of this year, the CBO says. Health and Scienceread more
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Salesforce's Marc Benioff calls for a 'new capitalism' where billionaires pay higher taxes

CBO says Pelosi’s drug pricing plan saves Medicare $345 billion…

The savings wouldn’t begin until 2023, assuming the bill gets passed by the House and Senate and signed by President Donald Trump before end of this year, the CBO says.

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US futures point to higher open as US-China trade talks resume

These stocks are the trade talk ‘tells’ with prices to move firstFor investors reading the tea leaves of every trade headline, watch these stocks as they will tell you first if any progress is made. Marketsread more


These stocks are the trade talk ‘tells’ with prices to move firstFor investors reading the tea leaves of every trade headline, watch these stocks as they will tell you first if any progress is made. Marketsread more
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US futures point to higher open as US-China trade talks resume

These stocks are the trade talk ‘tells’ with prices to move first

For investors reading the tea leaves of every trade headline, watch these stocks as they will tell you first if any progress is made.

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Sterling shoots higher following ‘constructive’ Brexit talks between UK and EU

Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Stephen Barclay (L) shakes hands with European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier before their meeting at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, on October 11, 2019. Last-ditch talks between the chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom have concluded with a spokesperson for the European side describing them as “constructive.” U.K. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the EU’s Chief Negot


Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Stephen Barclay (L) shakes hands with European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier before their meeting at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, on October 11, 2019. Last-ditch talks between the chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom have concluded with a spokesperson for the European side describing them as “constructive.” U.K. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the EU’s Chief Negot
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Sterling shoots higher following 'constructive' Brexit talks between UK and EU

Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Stephen Barclay (L) shakes hands with European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier before their meeting at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, on October 11, 2019.

Last-ditch talks between the chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom have concluded with a spokesperson for the European side describing them as “constructive.”

U.K. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the EU’s Chief Negotiator for the United Kingdom Exiting the European Union, Michel Barnier, met in Brussels Friday morning.

EU spokesperson Mina Andreeva told reporters the pair were continuing to work toward a deal, and that talks had been “constructive.” “If there is a will, there is a way,” she added.

Sterling, which has enjoyed a choppy session Friday, rose more than 1.3% to $1.26 following the comments. According to Reuters data, the British pound has risen more than 3% over the last two days, marking the biggest 48-hour rally since June 2016.

In a note Friday, J.P. Morgan Brexit analyst Malcolm Barr said he now rated the chance of an orderly withdrawal deal at 50%. He added it would come with a “modified or time-limited backstop.”

The backstop is an arrangement whereby Northern Ireland remains in the customs union — a common tariff area — until a solution can be found to prevent any return of physical checks on the border.

Earlier Friday, the head of the European Council Donald Tusk said that while he had received optimistic messages that a deal could be reached, the U.K. had so far not come forward with a “workable, realistic proposal.”

Late Thursday afternoon, sterling rose sharply after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar. Following the three-hour meeting, a joint statement was issued which claimed a “detailed and constructive” discussion which offered a “pathway to a possible deal.”

Johnson’s position could be particularly dependent on the 10 Democratic Unionist Party MPs who have insisted that Northern Ireland should be considered no different from the rest of the United Kingdom during the Brexit process.

The U.K.’s border on the mainland of Ireland is the central sticking point with the EU insisting that there can be no return to a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The latter is a constituent nation of the United Kingdom.

Erecting a physical border between the two is problematic as it would contravene a peace treaty, known as the Good Friday Agreement. This treaty was put in place to help end a decades-long conflict that pitted Northern Irish unionist groups and the British state against different factions of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).

Europe and Dublin, in particular, have said it would not accept checks and border infrastructure on mainland Ireland.

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Charts indicate bank stocks could pop on earnings next week

Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and several other big banks kick off the earnings deluge on Oct. 15. The regional banks were also showing signs of strength, though, Gordon said. “If we do see a move up in banks, I think the regionals should outperform the big banks. Gordon recommended one name to capitalize on a potential move higher in yields and strong earnings: PNC Financial, a member of the regional and broad bank ETFs. The KBE and KRE were both more than 1% higher by Thursday’s close, having lar


Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and several other big banks kick off the earnings deluge on Oct. 15. The regional banks were also showing signs of strength, though, Gordon said. “If we do see a move up in banks, I think the regionals should outperform the big banks. Gordon recommended one name to capitalize on a potential move higher in yields and strong earnings: PNC Financial, a member of the regional and broad bank ETFs. The KBE and KRE were both more than 1% higher by Thursday’s close, having lar
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Charts indicate bank stocks could pop on earnings next week

Banks are headed for a boost.

At least that’s what the charts are telling Todd Gordon, longtime trader and founder of TradingAnalysis.com, who took a technical look at the SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) and the SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF (KRE) on Thursday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.”

For much of 2019, bonds — which move inversely to yields — have climbed while yields sank, hurting “the earnings potential for those financials” and accelerating their underperformance relative to the S&P 500, Gordon said.

“But we’ve seen hope,” he said. “We’ve seen a pretty strong move down in bonds [and] up in yields just recently, and you’re starting to see a little bit of outperformance of the KBE relative to the S&P,” tracked by the green line on the following chart:

Lucky for the bulls, that outperformance may be “a short-term indication of bank outperformance to the S&P as we head into earnings next week,” Gordon said. Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and several other big banks kick off the earnings deluge on Oct. 15.

Still, Gordon wasn’t ready to send investors the all-clear signal.

“We’ll see how earnings come out,” he said. “We obviously have a lot of wood to chop above us.”

The regional banks were also showing signs of strength, though, Gordon said. He noted that the KRE has been in a consolidation range for the last eight months or so, doing “absolutely nothing,” with its 200-day moving average as the ceiling.

“We need to be breaking up through the [$]60 area to get through resistance,” the technical analyst said.

That could very well come next week, according to the recent upturn in the KRE’s relative performance to the Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLF), which tracks financial stocks more broadly, he said.

“We’re seeing a slight higher low here in regionals relative to the big banks. They have a higher beta,” he said of the regional bank stocks, referencing a metric used to measure how a certain security moves versus the rest of the market. “If we do see a move up in banks, I think the regionals should outperform the big banks.

Gordon recommended one name to capitalize on a potential move higher in yields and strong earnings: PNC Financial, a member of the regional and broad bank ETFs. He said it’s “showing a lot of relative strength relative to both regionals and the big banks,” with some resistance around the $170 level, which it nearly reached in 2018.

Gina Sanchez, founder and CEO of Chantico Global, said in the same “Trading Nation” interview that she was avoiding the group altogether.

“It’s really hard to get behind this story,” she said. “Banks are going into this earnings season with … negative estimate revisions, downgrades, and the market is continuing to slow, so fee income is continuing to get harder and harder to come by. And with rates having gone down as much as they have, it’s just a tough ride for banks right now.

Two things happen before investors should bet on the banks, Sanchez added.

“You probably want to be closer to the end of the cycle; I don’t think we’re there yet. I think we actually still have several months to go before we’re anywhere near the trough,” she said. “And you have to have some deal happen with kind of the trade talks, and we don’t see that likely happening either. There’s optimism right now, and that is what’s driving both yields and the banks.”

But that optimism likely won’t last, the CEO warned.

“I don’t see that we are likely to get the kind of trade result that’s going to settle the markets,” she said. “I think this optimism is likely going to fail, as it has [failed] in the past.”

The KBE and KRE were both more than 1% higher by Thursday’s close, having largely led the day’s rally.

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Stock futures rise after optimistic Trump comments on US-China trade

U.S. stock futures traded higher Thursday night after President Donald Trump issued positive remarks on the U.S.-China trade talks. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were up 45 points, or 0.2% to imply a gain of around 75 points at Friday’s open. The Dow rose as much as 257 points on Thursday before closing 150 points higher. Others, however, pointed toward some sort of deal being made that would involve holding off on higher U.S. tariffs against China. The U.S.-China trade war has dragged on


U.S. stock futures traded higher Thursday night after President Donald Trump issued positive remarks on the U.S.-China trade talks. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were up 45 points, or 0.2% to imply a gain of around 75 points at Friday’s open. The Dow rose as much as 257 points on Thursday before closing 150 points higher. Others, however, pointed toward some sort of deal being made that would involve holding off on higher U.S. tariffs against China. The U.S.-China trade war has dragged on
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Stock futures rise after optimistic Trump comments on US-China trade

U.S. stock futures traded higher Thursday night after President Donald Trump issued positive remarks on the U.S.-China trade talks.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were up 45 points, or 0.2% to imply a gain of around 75 points at Friday’s open. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 also gained about 0.2% each.

Trump told reporters that talks between the two countries are going “really well.” His comments came after he tweeted earlier in the day he would meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at the White House on Friday. That tweet was enough to temporarily assuage fears about a potential lack of progress from the talks.

The Dow rose as much as 257 points on Thursday before closing 150 points higher. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite climbed 0.7% and 0.6%, respectively.

Trump’s tweet came hours after a deluge of trade-related headlines Wednesday night gave investors whiplash. Some reports indicated the talks were stalling or were yielding little fruit. Others, however, pointed toward some sort of deal being made that would involve holding off on higher U.S. tariffs against China.

“Even a partial deal could be a huge boost for stocks, especially following this week’s scary headlines,” Ken Berman, founder of Gorilla Trades, said in a note. “The Chinese delegation is scheduled to leave Washington tomorrow, so another day of volatile swings might be ahead.”

The major stock indexes are little changed as investors await the outcome of the negotiations. The U.S.-China trade war has dragged on for more than a year. In that time, the U.S. has targeted billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods with tariffs. China has retaliated with levies of its own, sparking fears of slower economic growth and weaker corporate earnings expansion.

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Elon Musk pressured Thai officials to say nice things about him… According to new court filings, Musk was focused on what Thai officials were saying about him while they were trying to rescue a trapped soccer team and its coach. Technologyread more


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Elon Musk pressured Thai officials to say nice things about him…

According to new court filings, Musk was focused on what Thai officials were saying about him while they were trying to rescue a trapped soccer team and its coach.

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