Posts Tagged ‘NASDAQ:RENN’

Morning Call: Futures Bouncing From Highly Oversold Levels

April 11th, 2012

Overseas markets are bouncing back from what has been a multi-week decline for most foreign indices. The U.S markets have been down for 5 days straight, bringing the McClellan Oscillator to screaming oversold levels (-95). These readings typically Read more…


Morning Call: Futures Sink After Jobs Report

April 9th, 2012

Futures are pointing to a much weaker open after Friday’s disappointing jobs info.  But, the market’s composure already changed well before that Good Friday release. The news potentially made it a bad holiday weekend for some traders, and for Read more…


Morning Call: US Futures Weakening Into Open

March 21st, 2012

European stocks rose early in their session, but have retreated a bit this morning. They were set for their first rise three days, but it appears persistent fears about the China growth are weighing on the market.  US stock futures are weakening late Read more…


Morning Call: European Growth Concerns Weigh on Futures

March 2nd, 2012

US stock futures point to a lower open after some soft news out of Europe raising some slow growth concerns. Yesterday’s action was impressive based on Wednesday’s distribution day as this market continues to be very resilient. Banks Read more…


Morning Call: Futures Follow European Markets Higher on Fed Reaction

January 26th, 2012

US stock futures point to a higher open on Wall St Thursday, following gains in European markets. Overseas markets today got their first chance to react to the Fed’s decision to keep rates near 0% until late 2014, and most are up more than 1%. Commodities also Read more…


Morning Call: Market Lower After Google (GOOG) Earnings Miss

January 20th, 2012

US stocks are opening slightly lower on Friday, digesting a slew of corporate earnings and focusing an eye on the debt talks in Greece. Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) missed EPS last night by $1 and the stock is trading sharply lower, although off last night’s lows. The market, Read more…


Morning Call: JP Morgan (JPM) Revenue Disappointment Sends Futures Lower

January 13th, 2012

US stock futures point to a lower open on Wall St Friday after disappointing earnings results from JP Morgan (NYSEArca:JPM). The banks had a strong run into the report, but JPM could not deliver as revenue fell 18% from the year ago period. JPM stock is off almost 4% this morning, dragging Read more…


Morning Call: Futures Rise on Debt Auctions, but Pare Gains After Jobless Claims

January 12th, 2012

S&P futures are about 9 handles higher Thursday morning hitting 5-month highs after European debt auctions in Italy and Spain gave investors cause for optimism. More US economic data is on tap this morning as well with retail sales and jobless claims, hoping to extend the recent run of positive news. The ECB didn’t Read more…


Morning Call: Bulls Maintain Faith in Europe, Shrug Off Netflix (NFLX)

October 25th, 2011

US stock futures are unchanged this morning as investors remain cautiously optimistic about Europe and continue to digest corporate earnings. Tomorrow, European leaders will once again convene to try to put together a plan to address the region’s sovereign debt crisis. While to this point there has been much talk and little action, investors seem to Read more…


UBS Launches Two Internet IPO Exchange Traded Notes (EIPO, EIPL)

July 21st, 2011

UBS Investment Bank announced that today is the first day of trading on the NYSE Arca for two ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes (the “Internet IPO ETNs”) linked to the performance of the UBS Internet IPO Index (the “Index”). Investors now have the ability to gain either unleveraged or leveraged exposure to a portfolio of Internet-related companies that have gone public within the last three years, all by way Read more…


Morning Call: Risk Aversion Sends Futures Lower Amid China Inflation, More Euro Concerns

July 11th, 2011

US stock futures point to a lower open Monday following another constructive week for the market. Despite a crumbling Eurozone and a dismal labor market in the United States, stocks have rebounded remarkably over the last two weeks. With QE2 over, the surge is either a reflection of the opinion that economic activity is close to picking up, or that some version of QE3 is coming. Not much resolved was Read more…


Morning Call: Trading Stocks Into Friday’s Jobs Number

July 7th, 2011

US futures gain 0.4% ahead of key US economic data on jobless claims, retail sales and crude inventories that should update investors on the state of the American Read more…


Morning Call: Market Looks to Continue Strong Finish to Q2

June 30th, 2011

The markets have had a very nice three-day move into the end of Q2, and futures are set to open higher once again this morning. While the rally started in earnest this week, the importance of last Thursday’s reversal cannot be understated. Up to that point, leading stocks had been getting hit much harder than indices, which is decidedly bearish action. Thursday, those leading stocks began to perk up, and we Read more…


Morning Call: Rally Enters Day 3 as Greek Deal Appears Imminent

June 29th, 2011

US stock futures are sharply higher Wednesday morning as it looks increasingly likely that Greek lawmakers will improve austerity measures in order to pave the way for another bailout package. Read more…


S&P Futures Up 10 Handles Ahead of Quad Witching (SPY)

June 14th, 2011

Yesterday we laid out three possible scenarios for this market to bounce, and this morning it Read more…


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