Economic Calendar & Watch Lists 11/2/2016


Wednesday November 2, 2016

Economic Calendar & Watch Lists


Morning Notes

US Futures are slightly lower this morning while European markets trade lower by nearly -1% as crude drifts lower by -1.7% as stockpiles increased over the last week. Asian stocks closed predominantly lower.




The SPY traded sharply lower throughout yesterday’s session breaking down through key support pivots. Support will lie at the low of yesterday’s range at $209.60, followed by the 200 day moving average at $207.97. Resistance will lie at the recent support pivot at $212.50, followed by the high of yesterday’s range at $212.99, then $213.19, $213.93, and the 100 day moving average at $214.37.


Small Cap Watch List

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**Others On Watch**




Economic Calendar

8:15 ADP Employment Change Est. 165K

10:30 Crude Inventories

2:00 FOMC Rate Decision


Notable Earnings Before Open

BABA: Alibaba – EPS Est. $.70, Rev Est. $5.13B

AGN: Allergan – EPS Est. $3.57, Rev Est. $3.74B

ANTM: Anthem – EPS Est. $2.49, Rev Est. $20.74B

YELP: Yelp! – EPS Est. $(.03), Rev Est. $182.83M


Notable Earnings After Close

AIG: American International Group – EPS Est. $1.21, Rev Est. $11.74B

FSLR: First Solar – EPS Est. $.77, Rev Est. $966.66M

FIT: Fit Bit – EPS Est. $.19, Rev Est. $503.5M

GNK: Genco Shipping – EPS Est. $(5.22), Rev Est. $35.5M

GDDY: Go Daddy – EPS Est. $.03, Rev Est. $469.97M

QCOM: Qualcomm – EPS Est. $1.12, Rev Est. $5.82B

EYES: Second Sight Medical – EPS Est. $(.16), Rev Est. $2.36M

TTWO: Take Two Interactive – EPS Est. $.31, Rev Est. $403.35M

X: US Steel – EPS Est. $.73, Rev Est. $NA

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