S&P 500 added 0.6% for a second consecutive day on Tuesday, as investors
awaited results from the U.S. congressional midterm elections. It was a largely
broad-based performance, as all 11 S&P sectors finished in positive
Companies scheduled to report earnings this afternoon: UCTT, CSLT, ASH, COHR, DVN, ENLC, ENLK, ENPH, FTR, GLUU, MB, ZAGG, DXCM, TAHO, TSLX, CCS, DATA, GDDY, GHDX, KTOS, LNT, MED, OR, BWXT, CPE, DPLO, EGN, ETSY, FIVN, MXWL, PLYA, RPD, TWLO, VSM, ZG, AAXN, AIZ, BOLD, CGBD, CUTR, CWH, DIOD, DK, DXC, ENTA, EVH, EVRI, FTK, G, HALO, HCKT, ICHR, INFN, INGN, INSP, IOSP, JAZZ, KAR, LC, MODN, MTCH, NEWR, NP, PAA, PAGP, PLT, PRA, PRI, PRMW, PUMP, PXD, PZZA, QDEL, QTWO, RLJ, SIEN, SUPN, SWX, TWO, VSLR, WEN, WSC, XEC, XOG, ACAD, AIMT, APEI, BEL, DAR, DOOR, FANG, IAG, MBI, PAAS, QHC, CHUY, PLNT, TRUE, WTTR, JKHY, MYGN, RRGB, PAHC, PSEC, SCSC.
Futures are mixed after hours: S&P 500 futures are +3.00 vs. 2,755 fair value and Nasdaq 100 futures are -6.15 vs. 6,995 fair value.
Tomorrow morning, economic reports scheduled to be released include: MBA Mortgage Applications Index (Consensus NA vs. -2.5% in the prior week).
Tomorrow before the open the following companies are scheduled to report earnings: ROK, CNHI, MGLN, VIRT, ASC, AVA, RDWR, SMG, CSWI, ENBL, GIB, HUM, NSIT, ALNY, DISH, GEO, VAC, GRPN, ANDX, SRE, VGR, DF, ODP, SPNS, WAAS, CARS, CLNY, CNDT, CRL, CSTE, DLPH, FOXA, HZNP, ITG, KELYA, KORS, MIDD, MNTA, SBGI, SO, TPB, WWW, AMRX, RCM, SGRY, SMI, MDP, TSG, CDK, PFGC, COTY.
Looking over at the energy space, oil prices are trading lower following the weekly API oil data:
API petroleum data for the week ended November 2:
- Crude Inventories had a build of +7.831 million barrels
- Prior week had a build of +5.690 million barrels
- Gasoline Inventories had a draw of -1.195 million barrels
- Prior week had a draw of -3.50 million barrels
- Distillate Inventories had a draw of -3.638 million barrels
- Prior week had a draw of -3.10 million barrels
- Cushing had a build of +3.073 million barrels
- Prior week had build of +14.4 million barrels