The Main Things to Watch in the Markets Today
Here are the 10 events traders are focusing on today, according to Business Insider.
Standard Chartered strategist believes gold's rally isn't over yet.
Former Fed chair Greenspan believes the coronavirus is allowing China to emerge as the world's dominant superpower.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the largest in the world, lost $21 billion, or 3.4 percent, in the first 6 months of 2020.
Charles Schwab's top stock picker believes a COVID-19 would result in a mass exodus from tech stocks.
US states are seeking $26. billion from drug firms in ongoing opioid litigation.
European stocks closed down, Asian stocks closed up, and US markets mostly closed positive.
Walmart and Home Depot are reporting earnings.
Lael Brainard from the Fed spoke.
API Weekly Crude Oil Stock data was released.