7.22.13: Junat, lentokoneet ja ansiokertomukset

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Junat, lentokoneet, mutta ei paljon autoja, ellei lasketa Detroitin kaupungin konkurssivamma joista sijoittajat keskittyvät tällä viikolla.

Junat ja lentokoneiden osat tulevat Kanadan National Railway Co: n ja Kanadan Pacific Railway Ltd: n tykkäämiltä tuloksina, jotka raportoivat neljännesvuosittaisista tuloksistaan ​​maanantaina ja keskiviikkona sekä useista tärkeimmistä Yhdysvaltojen lentoyhtiöistä, mukaan lukien US Airways -konserni, Delta Airlines, Inc., Southwest Airlines Co., American Airlines, Inc. ja United Continental Holdings, Inc. mm.

Taloudellisten raporttien keskipisteenä on vain muutamia neljännesvuosittaisia ​​tuloksia United Parcel Service of America, Inc: n, Caterpillar Inc: n ja Boeingin tyydytyksistä myös sijoittajien radareissa - varsinkin yrityksen tulojen yhteydessä mitä rahoitusmarkkinat sanovat: Yhdysvaltojen talous, vaikka tuskin täysi höyry, on parantumassa.

Keystone XL riski huolestuttaa Yhdysvaltain öljyhiekka sijoittajia

Yhdysvaltain sijoittajat cut stakes in oil-sands stocks, including Suncor Energy Inc. and Cenovus Energy Inc., as delays to the Keystone XL project and the lack of pipeline capacity depressed Canadian crude prices. U.S. ownership of Calgary-based Suncor, Canada’s largest energy company, fell 8.2 percentage points in the past three years while Cenovus saw its U.S. shareholder base fall 5.9 percentage points, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. “You’ve got a theoretically valued resource that can’t come to market,” Ted Harper of Frost Financial Management Group said in a phone interview. He pointed to Keystone XL’s delays and challenges facing other proposed Canadian export pipelines. “U.S. investors tend to be more shorter term in terms of their returns focus than their Canadian and European counterparts.”

Bull market here to stay?

The broadest rally in U.S. stocks since at least 1990 has nosti kaikki kaikkein pienistä yrityksistä suurimpiin pankkeihin, signaling the bull market for America’s largest corporations will last at least until the end of the year, if history is a guide. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index’s advance to a record last week coincided with highs in the Russell 2000 Index of smaller companies, the Dow Jones Transportation Index, the S&P 500 Financials Index and a gauge of economically sensitive equities overseen by Morgan Stanley. Since 1990, the S&P 500 has gained for six months on average after those measures peaked, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. While bears say the breadth shows indiscriminate buying just as profit growth slows and the Federal Reserve prepares to curtail stimulus, gains across stock measures have proved an accurate forecaster of performance. In four market tops during the last 23 years, small-cap stocks and the cyclical gauge never peaked after the S&P 500.

Credit card ruling could mean new fees

A ruling expected this week on a complaint against Visa and MasterCard could significantly change how consumers use credit cards in Canada. The federal Competition Tribunal is set to issue a decision Tuesday on whether rules imposed on merchants by the credit card giants are too restrictive. Striking down the rules could allow merchants to either reject certain cards that offer incentive points, or charge consumers more for using them. Under the current rules, merchants are required to accept all Visa and MasterCard offerings, but are prevented from charging an additional fee to those who pay with so-called premium cards, which come with higher costs.

Tässä on mitä katsella tällä viikolla:

maanantai: No Canadian economic numbers to watch for, but Canadian National Railway will report its second-quarter results. In the U.S., the Chicago Fed’s National Activity Index for June will be released at 8:30 am ET, followed by June existing home sales numbers at 10 am ET.

tiistai: Retail sales for May is the only Canadian figure on the docket for Tuesday. In the U.S., May’s housing price index will be released at 9 am ET, followed by the Richmond Fed’s July manufacturing index at 10 am ET. United Parcel Service will release its quarterly results.

Keskiviikko: Canadian Pacific Railway is up with its quarterly results on Wednesday. The preliminary July reading on the Markit purchasing managers’ index will be released at 8:58 am ET, followed by new home sales numbers for June at 10 am ET. Earnings results from a slew of U.S. companies including Caterpillar, Norfolk Southern, Boeing, U.S. Airways, Delta Airlines, and Spirit Airlines will hit the wires.

torstai: Average weekly earnings for May will be the only Canadian figure to watch for, due out at 8:30 am ET. In the U.S., jobless claims for the week ended July 19 and durable goods orders for June will be released at 8:30 am ET, followed by the University of Michigan’s July confidence index at 10 am ET and the Kansas City Fed’s July manufacturing activity report at 11 am ET.

Perjantai: A quiet, end-of-July day, with only one U.S. economic report: the University of Michigan’s July confidence survey, due out at 9:55 am ET.

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