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Dow futures fall slightly after it notches third winning week in a row

Traders work on the ground of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 15, 2021 in New York City.

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Stock futures edged decrease in in a single day buying and selling Sunday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average notched its third constructive week in a row at a document excessive.

Dow futures dipped 24 factors. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures each traded in mildly adverse territory.

Wall Street is coming off a winning week on the again of robust company earnings. The blue-chip Dow gained greater than 1% final week and closed Friday at a document. The S&P 500 rallied 1.7% final week, additionally posting its third straight constructive week and hitting an all-time excessive Friday.

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Of the 117 corporations in the S&P 500 which have reported earnings up to now, 84% posted numbers that beat expectations, in accordance with Refinitiv. S&P 500 corporations are anticipated to develop revenue by about 35% in the third quarter.

“Rising tide of earnings is lifting all the boats and adding fuel to the bull market fire,” mentioned Anu Gaggar, international funding strategist at Commonwealth Financial Network. “The 3Q earnings season is off to a strong start despite concerns about supply bottlenecks and labor shortages.”

Some of the largest expertise corporations are slated to report earnings this week, together with Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Apple. A third of the Dow corporations additionally is ready to launch quarterly outcomes this week, together with Caterpillar, Coca-Cola, Boeing and McDonald’s.

Major averages have all registered strong positive factors for October. The Dow and the S&P 500 are each up greater than 5%, whereas the Nasdaq Composite has climbed 4.4% month up to now.

Leading the October rally in the broader market has been the vitality sector, which is up 11% this month. Industrials, actual property, supplies and financials have all popped no less than 7% over the identical interval.

“Transports, consumer discretionary, and large-cap tech have led the market higher these past two weeks, signaling that growth worries around supply chain constraints are beginning to fade,” mentioned Lindsey Bell, chief funding strategist at Ally Invest.

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