The stock market ended the Tuesday affair broadly higher as the S&P 500 (+1.3%; month-to-date +0.9%) erased its monthly loss. Focal points of today's trade included positive data from overseas, a rebound in oil prices, a largely range-bound session in the U.S. dollar, and the outperformance of the heavily-weighted industrial (+1.7%) and financial (+1.4%) sectors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (+1.3%) ended ahead of the benchmark index (+1.3%) and the tech-heavy Nasdaq (+1.3%).
Today after the close the following companies were scheduled to report earnings: BBOX, EA, QTM, ESIO, ICUI, NEWR, CIVI, DIS, MTSC, AG, NUAN, PSEC, QNST, SCSC, ENSG, KGC, FOSL, HLIT, ALB, CSLT, JIVE, LDRH, AMBC, FNGN, CJES, EXAM, FIVN, HCKT, JAZZ, ECPG, FUEL, KEYW, RBCN, ALRM, BW, DXPE, RMTI, XON, ZLTQ, FOR, TDOC, CYTX, PLNT, VTAE, DGLY, ATSG, ATTO, BUFF, NTRA, ZAGG, AMRS, ZFGN, CGIX, FF, GALE, ZGNX, IPAR, CALL, CHMI, EVRI, FOGO, RELY, REXX, VEC, HLTH, RTK, XONE, FTEK, PVCT
Futures are lower after hours: S&P 500 futures are -2.00 from fair value of 2,079 and Nasdaq100 futures are -2.12 from fair value of 4,396.
Tomorrow morning before the open, economic reports scheduled to be released include: 1) MBA Mortgage Index (Consensus NA)
Tomorrow before the open the following companies are scheduled to report earnings: YGE, KELYA, WEN, ARMK, AEE, M, MTLS, BLD, CSIQ, EFOI, EARS, AXAS, XHR