Here’s what we’re going to watch before the opening bell on Tuesday.
– –US stock futures wobbled before a flood of economic data.
The futures linked to the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were relatively flat by both major indices closed at record highs On Monday. Contracts for the tech-focused Nasdaq-100 rose 0.3%, suggesting that the tech sector could extend its rally if the stock market opens. Read our full market report.
– –Income is due from the cybersecurity company
and business application companies
– –Monthly retail sales For February, which is due at 8:30 a.m.CET, a slight decline is expected after growth of 5.3% in January, the largest increase in seven months. January US corporate stocks due at 10 a.m. are expected to grow 0.3% from the previous month.
Watching Market Movers
– The lights go out, the curtains go back and
The stock rebounds another 1% ahead of the market after jumping 26% on Monday. The cinemas in the big Los Angeles market were finally allowed to reopen on Monday after New York, the other critical market that reopened earlier this month.
A reopened AMC theater in New York on March 6, 2021.
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B shares are among the biggest movers ahead of the Open, trading 4.2% higher. Rupert Murdoch’s TV group share price is up more than a third over the past month.
– Reddit favorite
falls 7.5% ahead of the market after falling nearly 17% on Monday. The video game retailer’s stock is still trading more than ten times higher than it was at the beginning of 2021.
is down 0.6% on Monday after a similar fall. The real estate investment trust fell out of the S&P 500.
– An all around pretty boring morning is summed up by
Hardly moving: Elon “Technoking” Musk’s electric car company fell 0.2%. But there was trading activity for Mr. Musk elsewhere: bidding for a tweet that he sold as a digital good reached $ 1 million Tuesday on an online marketplace where people can pay to own tweets. The video in the tweet shows a gold trophy adorned with Shiba Inus, a nod to Dogecoin and techno music.
– Energy companies have problems:
are all lower after falling Monday. ConocoPhillips is off, 1.1%, Occidental is 0.9% and Exxon is 0.8%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached its 14th place Close recording from 2021 on Monday, an increase of 0.5% to 32953.
Chart of the day
Home sales hit 2006 highs just before the bubble burst, however this time mortgages are stricter The down payments are higher and a tight supply supports the prices.
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– Caitlin Ostroff contributed to this article.
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