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US stocks jump after wild week as investors digest wave of corporate earnings reports

Jennifer Sor   

US stocks jump after wild week as investors digest wave of corporate earnings reports
Stock Market1 min read
  • Stocks jumped ahead of more corporate earnings, after investors digested last week's mixed results.
  • Earnings from top tech companies like Tesla and Netflix are set to roll out this week, which could usher more volatility to markets.

US stocks bounced on Monday morning ahead of more corporate earnings reports, potentially ushering in volatility as investors look to how companies have weathered a tough macro climate this quarter.

The upswing followed an earnings beat from Bank of America, whose net revenue rose 8% while other top banks, like Morgan Stanley, posted mixed results on Friday. Investors will also be looking for earnings reports from tech titans like Tesla and Netflix this week.

Experts remain wary though of the current macro backdrop, with voices like Ed Yardeni, Scott Minerd, and Cathie Wood warning that something will soon "break" in markets as the financial system shows more signs of strain.

Here's where US indexes stood at the 9:30 a.m. opening bell on Monday:

Here's what else is happening today:

  • The UK rolled back almost all of the tax cuts that sparked mayhem in British markets, causing the pound to jump above $1.13.
  • JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon warned an economic disaster could be looming over the US economy as consumer spending is set to dry up in the first half of next year.
  • China stopped sales of LNG to Europe to ensure its own households have enough gas for the winter.
  • Meanwhile, Russia's Gazprom is threatening to completely cut off natural gas supplies to Europe if price caps are imposed, showing.

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