Dow Futures Tick Lower, Smartsheet Reports -Breaking
Investing.com – U.S. stock futures traded lower during Tuesday’s evening deals, after major benchmark averages finished higher as investors proved optimistic ahead of Friday’s key inflation print.
Each traded 0.2% less at 6:55 PM ET (11:55 GMT).
Trades that last a long time Smartsheet Inc The stock exchange (NYSE:) fell 5% after Q1 losses at $0.18 per share, compared to $0.19 expected losses. The revenue was $168.3 Million $162.56 Million.
We will closely monitor any further retail earnings by companies, including those of retailers. Campbell Soup Company (NYSE :), Ollies Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: Five Below Inc (NASDAQ:). Traders are also looking ahead to Friday’s reading for May.
During Tuesday’s regular trade, The gained 264.36 points, or 0.8%, to close at 33,180.14. The index rose by 0.95%, to 4,160.68. Meanwhile, the gained 0.94% to 12,175.23.
Energy stocks were the best performers amid higher prices. Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE) increased 1.4% and ConocoPhillips was up 4.5%. Chevron Corp (NYSE: ) Gains 1.9% Exxon Mobil After Evercore ISI’s upgrade, Corp (NYSE: ) increased by more than 4%
Technology sector also saw a rise with Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ) rising 1.4% and Block Inc (NYSE) increasing 1.5%. Apple Inc (NASDAQ) gained 2.8%, while Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ) dropped 1.4%.
Target Corporation (NYSE:). The stock fell 2.3% after the company released another warning regarding weak guidance. This raised concerns about a slowdown in consumer sentiment.
The yields on the bond market were 2.979%.