The Dow Jones today will get a significant bump after reports of China's manufacturing sector expanding in March at its fastest rate in eight months.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average could see its winning streak end as optimism over a trade deal with China fades.
The Dow Jones futures project a 63-point slide in premarket hours as the U.S. and China reach a standstill over technology transfers and cybersecurity threats.
The Dow Jones today was down slightly in premarket trading after the European Central Bank announced it will keep interest rates unchanged for the foreseeable future.
The ECB cited weak economic activity around the Eurozone as justification for its decision.
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The Dow Jones today traded 50 points higher in pre-market trading after the Chinese government announced that it welcomes direct talks with the United States if it will help avert a global trade war.
The Dow Jones today fell over 100 points in pre-market trading after Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) largest chip provider significantly slashed its Q2 guidance.
The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company missed revenue expectations by 10%, indicating that Apple may be experiencing a slow in revenue growth.
Apple shares were down roughly 2% this morning.
Following the shocking news yesterday about Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, there was naturally some concern about Boeing's stock.
The strong push up in the markets has everything to do with the market narrative. That's the overarching theme that is the most prevalent driver of the long-term stock price trend.
I know – broken record. I hear you saying, "D.R. – you've talked to us about the market narrative so many times…"
I do it for one reason: money.
If we have a clear understanding of the market narrative, we can make money, and plenty of it.
Since early November 2016, the Trump Growth Narrative has been the prevailing market driver. The three legs of this growth narrative are still – and have been since our original discussions – reduced taxes, regulatory reform, and infrastructure spending.
And right now, the most important driver out of this three-legged stool is the recently passed tax reform. I believe that the effects of tax reform have not yet been fully priced in by the markets.
Investors are optimistic the Dow Jones today could reach 25,000 after yesterday's first day of trading pushed markets to new all-time highs.
Dow futures are up 43 points this morning as investors pile back into tech stocks after last Friday's dip.