The Week of September 21
For the week, 25 companies will be reporting their respective earnings with the biggest reporting session being Thursday (14). We've summarized the top 6 companies most likely to experience the greatest movement in their share prices immediately following their respective earnings announcements. Key Meetings and Reports: Fed Chair Speeches are scheduled Tuesday through Thursday. Jobless Claims will be released on Thursday @ 8:30AM ET. There are no companies of significance scheduled to conduct shareholder meetings this week.
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The dynamics of the equities market are numerous and complex. Reviewed here are contributing factors such as market liquidity, stage of current and near-term economic cycles, market participation, present and near-term monetary policy as well as the viability of other investment alternatives.
The term monetary policy refers to the actions that the Federal Reserve undertakes to influence the amount of liquidity (money and credit) in the US economy. Net changes to the overall amount of money and credit affect interest rates and the performance of the US economy.