The core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index increased approximately 1.6% which is short of the expected 2%. At this point in time, it's unknown if this will spur the Fed into action or not.
As of last week, 85% of companies have reported their Q4 earnings. It was noted that "the financial, healthcare, utility and tech sectors have done particularly well" but there was negative growth in the industrial and energy sectors.
Monday – February 17, 2020
Trading was very light for the U.S. as the U.S. markets were closed due to the Presidents Day holiday.
Many stocks are expected to decline due to poor earnings reports for Q4 and YoY that are expected to be released in the upcoming weeks. Some of these are HALO, SAIL, ITRI, and APY.
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