MONDAY: .A trade shortened week, but ending with a potential bang with the Employment Situation Report on Fridays, as stock markets will be closed, but bond traders free to set the tone
TUESDAY: After finally putting together 2 consecutive gaining days the market looks as if it wants to take back a signiifcant portion of yesterday’s 263 point gain. That should come as little surprise.
WEDNESDAY: After 2 days of large pre-open futures moves, the market seems to have overcome a plunge last night in the futures and looks to be opening flat for a change this week
THURSDAY: The week comes to an early end today, leaving the Employment Situation Report tomorrow to go unchallenged or unheralded. Today looks to be a flat trading day, which might be welcome after the rest of the week.
FRIDAY: Surprisingly low numbers in the Employment Situation Report, but now I can go back to sleep. Happy Easter
“SNEAK PEEK AT NEXT WEEK” APPEARS ON FRIDAYS