Stocks Look for 4th Straight Gain
S&P 500 futures are looking to open 9 points higher following yesterday’s mixed session. Sentiment is up as Q3 earnings reports began yesterday, which saw Alcoa, PepsiCo and Marriott all beat Wall Street forecasts.
Meanwhile, the dollar is weaker, oil is up 1% to $70.25, gold is up at new fresh highs at $1054.71 per ounce, and commodities are 1%-4% stronger.
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