Markets will likely be volatile as the week begins.
After a week that saw the DOW relatively unchanged and the S&P 500 Index toy with 3,000 again, we should expect volatility at the beginning of the week as optimism over the prospect of a Brexit deal between the UK and EU—touted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson late last week as a virtual certainty, faded.
Last week, the U.S.’s third quarter earnings season kicked off, with major banks reporting mostly solid earnings. This week we will see 122 S&P 500 companies release results.
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