500 gained 1.3% on Tuesday, as optimism that U.S. lawmakers reached a tentative
agreement to prevent another government shutdown helped fuel broad-based buying
interest. Investors also remained hopeful for progress on the ongoing U.S-China
The following companies were scheduled to report earnings this afternoon: BXMT, ACTG, AQ, LSCC, MPWR, SPSC, AKAM, UDR, ACGL, CRAY, DENN, IRTC, QLYS, REXR, RPAI, CNO, BFAM, DEI, EXEL, JCOM, OXY, SHO, AIZ, TWLO, AVLR, CSOD, GRPN, HUBS, QUOT, RRR, TRIP, ATVI, UIS, KRNT, AMR, GTES.
Futures are slightly higher after hours: S&P 500 futures are +0.88 vs. fair value of 2,744 and Nasdaq-100 futures are +1.25 vs. fair value of 7,019.
Tomorrow morning, economic reports scheduled to be released include: MBA Mortgage Applications Index (07:00am ET, Consensus NA vs. -2.5% in the prior week), CPI (08:30am ET, 0.1% Consensus vs. -0.1% in the prior week), Core CPI (08:30am ET, 0.2% Consensus vs. 0.2% in the prior week).
The following companies are scheduled to report earnings tomorrow morning: IPG, HLT, AB, GOLD, BABY, LAD, CFX, TECK, FUN, ACCO, BKI, CIGI, CVE, FLIR, GPN, WH, CAMT, CBZ, CIM, CRTO, DBD, TMHC, CBRE, GLPI, NVMI, TEVA, DISH, IRWD, LPX, CRL, KELYA, CBM, CEVA, ECOM, LXFT.
Looking at the energy space:
The weekly API energy data was released.
API petroleum data for the week ended Feb 8:
- Crude Inventories had a draw of 0.998 million barrels
- Prior week had a build of 2.514 million barrels
- Gasoline Inventories had a build of 0.746 million barrels
- Prior week had a build of 1.731 million barrels
- Distillate Inventories had a draw of 2.481 million barrels
- Prior week had a build of 0.141 million barrels
- Cushing had a draw of 0.502 million barrel
- Prior week had build of 0.889 million barrels