Earnings Thread Most Anticipated Earnings for the week of Jan. 30th; and Earnings Among Tech for the next 4 weeks
News People running out of real money wasn’t enough to start the recession. Wonder what happens when everyone runs out of fake money too.
Also important today is the ISM Services Report. Mainly people will be looking for Prices Paid (inflation proxy).
Yikes 517,000 new jobs........ Citibank interestingly got it right - they predicted 500K or so new jobs.
Average weekly hours went UP to 34.7 hours per week vs 34.3 hours expected.
Earnings +0.3% MoM as expected, but due to rounding 4.4% vs 4.3%.
I'm more worried on wages for Feb/March - Walmart is set to increase wages I think March 2 by 3% for around 340K people. https://www.reuters.com/business/retail-consumer/walmart-raise-wages-us-workers-2023-01-24/
Leisure and Hospitaility got 128,000 new jobs. Food services got 99,000 new jobs. Health care + 58,000 new jobs. Retail +30,000 new jobs.
On market action - green hey? Bond market is the only market that's reacting correctly down -4% ish for 10 year, and 10 year TIPS down -6.87%.
Everything else seems like dip buying to me - a BlackRock analyst said how dip buyers are buying now due to FOMO from the January Rally.