Here are five things that you need to know for Wednesday, November 28:
1. – Stocks Extending from Possible Event in U.S.-China Trade Talks
The future of US stocks increased on Wednesday, November 28, as investors enjoyed reports on possible development in the U.S.-China trade talks this weekend at the G-20 conference in Argentina.
Whitehouse's economic adviser Larry Kudlow told reporters that Donald Trump and Xi Jinping China would meet for dinner in the summit on Saturday, December 1. Although he warns that the president of China "has the opportunity to change tone and substance These talks, however, suggested that "President Trump has stated that it is open" to enter into an agreement to resolve ongoing trade tensions and possibly prevent new payments on goods made in China.
The olive branch of Ty Gwyn was followed by an interview with the US ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, who told Reuters that a whole commercial war between the world's largest economies was "unpleasant" and hoped that talks weekend leading in a way forward.
Contracts rose at an average of 123 Dow Jones Industrial averages, the future of the S & P 500 was 11 points, and Nasdaq's future won 35.25 points.
2. – GDP and Tiffany Highlight Wednesday Calendar
The economic calendar in the United States Wednesday includes the second estimate for the third quarter of the GDP at 8:30 am ET, International Trade in Goods for October at 8:30 a.m., New Homes Sale for October at 10 the morning, and Oil Lists per week that ended on November 23, at 10:30 a.m.
Tiffany & Co. rejected (TIF) 8.8% after reporting a third quarter earnings of 77 cents a share, which answered the analyst's expectations, but a sales of $ 1.01 billion that came below the forecasts below. Sales of the same store were above 2%, but they also lost prospects.
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The luxury jewelery retailer also breaks its growth expectation for one-year one-store sales to the "mid-single" range range of previous guidance of "mid-to-high-single" increase ".
J.M. reported Smucker Co. (SJM) second quarterly profit and sales that lost Wall Street's expectations and that the consumer food company breached its forecasts for financial 2018. The stock dropped 5.7% in premarket trading.
3. Donald Trump Slams, Chair of the Baptist Jerome Powell
Donald Trump criticized the Federal Reserve and chairman, Jerome Powell, in an interview with the Washington Post where he accused the central bank of pushing US stocks lower and triggering a decision by General Motors Co. (GM) to close five plants in North America and two additional plants outside North America, and cut 15% of a paid workforce.
Trump told the Post, in an interview that was announced late March, that he was "not even a bit happy with my choice" from Powell to win the Federal Reserve, adding that the current stance of Fed at rates Interest is "a long way away." Trump comments followed a similar interview with The Wall Street Journal where the central bank accused of being "a problem more than China" and it comes a few hours before a key speech on financial policy by Powell Wednesday in New York.
Powell is expected to appear at lunchtime at the Economic Club in New York at 11:30 a.m.
"I'm dealing, and I do not accept accommodation from the Fed," said Trump to the Post. "They make a mistake because I have a time, and my blast tells me more sometimes that no one else's brain can tell me."
4. – Salesforce Jump on Third Quarter Earnings Rwd
Salesforce.com Inc. (CRM), the cloud software company, who earned third quarter adaptation earnings of 61 cents, and 11 cents broadcasts, but its prospects for a fourth quarter profit were lower than the forecasts below.
Revenue in the quarter was $ 3.39 billion, up from $ 2.7 billion a year earlier and estimates of $ 3.37 billion.
The proxy bills looking close to the company – defined as revenue as well as the sequential change in an uneven revenue balance – came in at $ 2.89 billion, a 28% higher and a higher consensus of $ 2.68 billion.
The stock jumped 9.1% in premarket trading on Wednesday.
Salesforce said he expected earnings to adjust in the fourth quarter of 54 cents to 55 cents as a revenue share of $ 3.55 billion to $ 3.56 billion. The analysts asked by FactSet were calling for earnings of 57 cents a revenue share of $ 3.52 billion.
However, the company said that it expects to see 2020 revenues exceeding $ 16 billion, putting it on track to meet a target range of 2021 billion to $ 23 billion.
"Although the bottom line is slightly lighter than what is predicted by analysts, we believe we should not cheat investors," wrote Jim Cramer and the Action Alerts PLUS team, which shares shares of Salesforce in her portfolio "In general, this was a great quarter for the company with sound chips across the board. Not only does the company pass the customer relationship control market yet, but he also continues to earn a share. "
5. – Premium Scaling Back Back – YouTube
YouTube said that its original video shows, including sci-fi and reality shows, will no longer be allocated to premium subscribers starting next year. Instead, the original YouTube programs will be available on the website for free, with advertisements, for everyone, reported by Business Insider.
A YouTube spokesman said Business Insider decided to move its original content outside its subscription service to expand its audience and "meet the growing demand of a more global fan."
The YouTube Premium launched eight months ago.
YouTube is a unit of Google Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL).