Strength in technology shares carried the broader market to
a modest victory on Tuesday, leaving the major averages at their best marks of
the day. The S&P 500 added 0.3%, the tech-heavy Nasdaq rallied 0.9%, and
the small-cap Russell 2000 jumped 0.6%. The Dow underperformed, however, losing
Today after the close, companies to report earnings results, or have already report, include: CMRE, AJG, MITK, ASH, CHRW, JNPR, PLT, SFLY, WNC, MDLZ, MUSA, RNR, UNM, AAPL, BRKS, VR, APAM, APC, GILD, GNW, JKHY, KFRC, MTSI, NANO, OLN, PAYC, SNAP, ULTI, VNOM, ZEN, ALL, COHR, FISV, PDM, TMUS, YUMC, GLUU, NCR, SU, UIS, ACGL, QLYS, ACTG, CMP, DENN, QUOT, REXR, RPAI, SKT, TEX, TRUP, VOYA, WU, ARRS, CPS, CRAY, SSNC, STAG, WES, WGP, HCLP, CXO, DVN, ENLC, ENLK, EXR, HVT, MATX, NFX, VRSK, VVC, WIRE, ACHC, AGI, AJRD, AKR, BPI, COTV, EVTC, FIVN, LDL, QUAD, EIX, SRC, HHC, JBT, NUVA, OKE, CYH, ENPH, FTR, GBT, GTE, HURN, HY, MGRC, NBR, RRD, RRR, RTRX, TDOC, XENT, BLDP, CIR, FOE, KTWO.
Futures are higher after hours: S&P 500 futures are +2.75 vs. fair value of 2653 and Nasdaq 100 futures are +33.25 vs. fair value of 6685.
In economic data, tomorrow morning: MBA Mortgage Index (07:00am ET, Consensus NA vs. -0.2% in the prior week), (08:15am ET, Consensus 225K vs. 241K in the prior week).
Tomorrow before the open, look for the following companies to report: HRS, ITG, ADP, ENR, GIB, LFUS, PBI, AME, APTV, BDC, MA, SR, CLX, EL, MSG, SPR, ABC, FLOW, LITE, RDWR, TECH, WD, ASC, CAMT, CDW, EXC, HUM, TMHC, CBRE, CVS, YUM, MBUU, GNRC, NVMI, SQNS, ARCC, BG, DBD, FUN, ORBK, ACOR, CRTO, DNOW, IQV, SODA, WYN, ALE, ZTS, ENBL, SITE, DIN, GLDD, NI, UTHR, AVA, BPMC, GRMN, HFC, MNTA, SO, CHK, HSC, NCLH, W, PNW, AMRN, LAMR, HYH, OPHT, CLH, LIVN, OCN, SSYS, CPLA, EGL, MGPI, STRA, NTLA.26+
Looking at the energy market....
The American Petroleum Institute (API) released its weekly storage data:
- API reports a build of 3.427 million barrels of crude oil, for the week ending April 27 vs a build of 1.099 million last week
- Gasoline showed a build of +1.602 million barrels and distillates showed a draw of -4.083 million barrels
- Cushing build of +0.725 million