Trading week of Nov 28 – Dec 02

Posted on: November 29th, 2022
By: Tadeo Lemus


Software Growth Stocks: How 2023 Guidance Plays Out Will Be Key

Activision stock looks undervalued with or without a Microsoft deal, says analyst

Is T-Mobile A Buy Or Sell As Telecom Stock Out-Performs S&P 500?

Can I Really Beat The Bear Market?

Artificial Intelligence Stocks To Watch: Big Tech Expands AI Products, Services

XPeng Stock Gets Another Downgrade. It’s Becoming More Controversial Than Tesla.

Is Snowflake Stock A Buy Or Sell Amid Worries Over Slowing Public Cloud Growth?

Tesla Stock Vs. BYD Stock: Tesla Model 3 Said To Get Revamp As BYD Seal, Others Take Aim

5G Stocks To Buy And Watch As Cloud Computing Plays Bigger Role

Bullish Calendar Spread Works If Visa Stock Climbs Just A Few Points

Dow Jones Falls After Key Economic Data; Powell Speech Next; CrowdStrike Plunges On Earnings

Bret Taylor steps down as co-CEO of Salesforce, leaving Marc Benioff alone at the helm

S&P 500 ends 3-day losing streak. Dow jumps 700 points after Powell signals smaller rate hikes

Jerome Powell confirmed he will be slowing down future rate hikes. Powell says the level of restraint right now is enough to bring inflation down. The lower rate hikes may come as soon as December. The US Treasury yield after the news as well.

But Jerome Powell added that he’ll still need to see the data to see determine what the future rate hikes will be.

A big issue that caused pandemics was the excess retirements during COVID.

Payrolls and wages blow past expectations, flying in the face of Fed rate hikes

This pressures the Fed to keep raising rate hikes because more jobs and better wages don’t help inflation come down.

Friday Dec. 02

U.S. stocks open sharply lower after stronger-than-expected inflation data

Jobs Report: Wage Growth Jumps Amid Strong Hiring; Dow Jones Falls

Stock market news live updates: Stocks slide after stronger-than-expected jobs report

Dow Jones Dives On Strong Jobs Report; Tesla Drops After Semi Reveal

Stocks Open Friday Lower After Jobs, Wages Remain Strong

Stocks Slump as Traders Boost Fed Wagers on Jobs: Markets Wrap

Wall Street Sees Blowout Jobs Data as ‘Wrong Report at the Wrong Time’

Jerome Powell said that jobs were a key factor in determining the continuing rate hikes and a strong jobs report doesn’t help to ease on rate hikes.

All 30 Dow stocks falls after jobs data, led by big tech and American Express

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