It is going to be a light week on the earnings and economic report front with stimuls talks/rumors and the health of President Trump dominating the headlines to start the week. FOMC minutes on Wednesday and a speech from Jerome Powell on Tuesday are Fed highlights this week and both will focus aroung the need for more fiscal stimulus.
Events This Week:
- Tuesday October 6th – Paychex (NASDAQ:PAYX) and Levi Strauss (NYSE:LEVI)
- Thursday October 8th – Domino’s Pizza (DPZ)
Economic and Company Events
- Nvidia (NVDA) is hosting its GPU Technology Conference from October 5-9.
- Monday October 5th – PMI Composites Final
- Tuesday October 6th – Speech by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome scheduled for October 6. Powell is expected to push for a stimulus package to boost the economy, so the recovery does not continue to stall.
- Wednesday October 7th – FOMC Minutes
- Thursday October 8th – Jobless Claims
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Earnings this week
|The number of companies reporting earnings continues to be light but we have a few notable names this week including PAychex (PAYX) and Domino’s Pizza (DPZ).|
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