Know these 5 things before the stock market opens on Tuesday

Traders on the floor of the NYSE, July 12, 2022.

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Here are the most important news items that investors need to start their trading day:

1. Stock Futures Growth

The stock markets pointed to a comeback on Tuesday morning. The stock ended in the red on Monday, weighing AppleLater Bloomberg told The tech giant will be slow in hiring and spending next year for some of its teams. Investors are also waiting for the new round of earnings reports this week. Hasbro And johnson and johnson announced the results before the bell on Tuesday, while Netflix The market is on deck after the close. There’s more to go: only about 8% Companies in the S&P 500 have reported so far this earnings season.

2. Netflix Earnings Preview

The Netflix logo is seen on a TV remote controller, in this illustration taken on January 20, 2022.

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With the big banks and their earnings reported, investors are eyeing Netflix — specifically its subscriber numbers. The streaming giant warned last quarter that it expected to lose 2 million subscribers in the period ending June 30. That sounds like a mighty low bar, but there’s a chance it could be worse than that, CNBC’s Alex Sherman writes, However, whatever the numbers, Netflix is ​​moving forward with its franchise offerings (see the “Stranger Things” spinoff plan), plans to crack down on password sharing, and price-hunting customers with low-cost tiers supported by advertising. tempts. revenue. company Recent Participation with Microsoft to work on later.

3. Fed Probes Amazon

An Amazon delivery worker checks packages on July 11, 2022 in New York City.

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federal officials on Monday Supervision heroine As part of civil investigations by the Departments of Labor and Justice into the conditions of warehouses, buildings in New York City, Chicago and Orlando, Florida. The inspection comes days after Amazon’s Prime Day online shopping bonanza and the company is facing increasing efforts among employees at its warehouses. Labor organizers have pointed to workplace safety as one of their main reasons for pursuing union efforts. A recent Reuters report said that Amazon 13,000 disciplinary notices issued In the same warehouse during the year ended April 2020, even for employees who slightly missed the expectations.

4. IBM Falls After Cash Alert

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ibmU.S. revenue and profit for the most recent quarter beat Wall Street’s expectations on Monday, but it wasn’t enough to prop up the stock. company shares fell On Tuesday in the premarket session, it lowered its outlook for free cash flow this year to $10 billion, down from its previous guidance of $10.5 billion. IBM’s chief financial officer Jim Kavanaugh blamed the foreign exchange, a particularly strong dollar, and the company’s suspension of its “highly profitable” business in Russia for unreasonable reasons for that country. war on ukraine,

5. China’s US Debt Holding Less Than $1 Trillion

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Chinese share in US debt for the first time in 12 years fell below the $1 trillion benchmark, This means that Japan is now the largest international holder of US notes worth $1.2 trillion. New Treasury Department data, which shows debt holdings as of May, comes as the Federal Reserve battles four decades of high inflation coupled with aggressive interest rate hikes. China has also sought to diversify its holdings of foreign debt. Treasury yields were slightly higher As of Tuesday morning, traders and investors await the Fed’s next rate hike, which is expected later this month.

— CNBC’s Carmen Reinicke, Alex Sherman, Annie Palmer, Jordyn Novett, Jeff Cox and Elliot Smith contributed to this report.

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