Alphabet (GOOGL) made the biggest splash, spiking more than 12 percent to new record highs. The search giant benefited from a stay-at-home boom in online advertising. But a lot more is going on.
ADP’s private-sector payrolls report on Wednesday and the Labor Department’s non-farms payrolls report on Friday both missed estimates. They were also negative — showing actual job losses — for the first time in at least six months.
Yesterday the Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index spiked to its highest level in more than two years as new orders surged. That was a big improvement from the previous month, when coronavirus safety measures delayed work and kept employees at home.
Ever heard of Pinduoduo? GSX Techedu, or Bilibili? They’re among a handful of technology stocks breaking out to new highs as investors embrace China’s flourishing digital economy.
Yesterday’s private-sector payrolls report from ADP showed the industry adding 49,000 jobs in April. That translated into a 0.66 percent increase overall — triple the broader total. It followed a string of increases going back more than two years.
Both U.S market and Australian market are hitting record highs, let’s keep an eye on the companies that going to announce their earnings this week.… Read More »Earnings Season is ramping up, the companies to watch this week (29th April – 5th May 2019)