Investors head into a busy week as earnings season continues with tech and bank companies on the docket. Additionally, Apple is set to make a big splash in India.
The stock market notched weekly gains, led by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite posted smaller increases.
FOX Business takes a look at what will likely be the biggest market moving events in the coming days.
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Monday, April 17
Charles Schwab will host its highly anticipated investor day on Monday. The firm was one of the hardest hit amid the banking turmoil last month. Schwab was able to take in $53 billion in new core client assets in March, the second-highest result for that month in its history as the dust settled.
Additionally, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., will speak on the economy and government spending at the New York Stock Exchange Monday morning.
In earnings, M&T Bank and State Street will report before the bell with JB Hunt Transport Services reporting after markets close.
|MTB||M&T BANK CORP.||116.59||+0.04||+0.03%|
|STT||STATE STREET CORP.||80.03||+1.22||+1.55%|
|JBHT||J.B. HUNT TRANSPORT SERVICES INC.||176.77||+2.15||+1.23%|
In economic data news, the NY Fed manufacturing index will be released at 8:30 a.m., followed by the National Association of Homebuilders index at 10 a.m.
In corporate news, ride-hailing company Lyft has a new CEO, David Risher, who officially begins his new role with the task of taking on Uber.
|UBER||UBER TECHNOLOGIES INC.||31.48||+0.04||+0.13%|
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Signet Jewelers will hold its investor day at the New York Stock Exchange, providing stakeholders with updates on the company’s financial performance and strategic direction.
|SIG||SIGNET JEWELERS LTD.||74.00||-0.11||-0.15%|
Elon Musk will be interviewed at the POSSIBLE conference in Miami, where he will discuss Twitter 2.0 and its role in the advertising industry.
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Apple will open its first retail store in Mumbai, India, with CEO Tim Cook expected to attend. A second store in New Delhi will be open later in the week. The tech giant is pushing into the country that may have growth opportunities similar to China.
In earnings, Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, and Lockheed Martin, report before markets open.
|BAC||BANK OF AMERICA CORP.||29.52||+0.96||+3.36%|
|BK||THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON CORP.||46.36||+0.16||+0.35%|
|GS||THE GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC.||336.92||+4.79||+1.44%|
|JNJ||JOHNSON & JOHNSON||165.84||-0.27||-0.16%|
|LMT||LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP.||487.99||-4.15||-0.84%|
Interactive Brokers Group, Netflix, Omnicom Group and United Airlines will release after the bell.
|IBKR||INTERACTIVE BROKERS GROUP INC.||83.20||+1.16||+1.41%|
|OMC||OMNICOM GROUP INC.||95.01||+0.60||+0.64%|
|UAL||UNITED AIRLINES HOLDINGS INC.||41.67||-0.30||-0.71%|
In economic news, data on building permits and housing starts will be released, providing insight into the state of the U.S. housing market. In China, first quarter GDP is set to be released on Tuesday, giving investors and economists insight into the world’s second-largest economy.
Lastly, Gary Gensler, the chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, will testify at a House Financial Services hearing on oversight. The hearing is expected to address the SEC’s regulatory priorities and recent market volatility. He may also be pressed on cryptocurrency regulation. Bitcoin has recovered this year, topping the $30,000 level.
Wednesday, April 19
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams is scheduled to speak before the Money Marketeers of New York University at 7 p.m.
Before the market opens, Abbott Labs, Ally Financial, Citizens Financial Group, Morgan Stanley and US Bancorp will report earnings.
|ALLY||ALLY FINANCIAL INC.||26.84||+0.32||+1.21%|
|CFG||CITIZENS FINANCIAL GROUP INC. (RHODE ISLAND)||29.10||-0.46||-1.54%|
After the bell earnings will include Discover Financial, Equifax, IBM and Tesla.
|DFS||DISCOVER FINANCIAL SERVICES||101.17||+0.68||+0.68%|
|IBM||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP.||128.14||+0.24||+0.19%|
Thursday, April 20
Lots of Fed speak on Thursday with the Federal Reserve’s Cleveland President Loretta Mester, Atlanta President Raphael Bostic and Philadelphia President Patrick Harker all set to deliver separate speeches, which may provide clues into future rate hikes as well as the state of the U.S. economy.
As for earnings, Alaska Air Group, American Express, Blackstone and Philip Morris are among those reporting in the morning.
|ALK||ALASKA AIR GROUP INC.||41.91||-0.47||-1.11%|
|AXP||AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.||163.22||+0.92||+0.57%|
|PM||PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL INC.||99.48||-0.27||-0.27%|
While, CSX, Knight-Swift Transportation, and PPG Industries are among those reporting after the bell.
|KNX||KNIGHT-SWIFT TRANSPORTATION HOLDINGS INC.||55.77||+0.92||+1.68%|
|PPG||PPG INDUSTRIES INC.||138.42||-0.87||-0.62%|
In terms of economic data, the day will see the release of a number of indicators, including initial jobless claims, Philly Fed business index, existing home sales, and the Conference Board’s index of leading economic indicators.
Friday, April 21
Crypto exchange Coinbase has until today to respond to a Wells notice issued by the SEC that outlines potential charges related to the crypto exchange’s planned lending product.
|COIN||COINBASE GLOBAL INC.||69.91||+0.96||+1.39%|
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In earnings news, Freeport-McMoRan, HCA Healthcare, Procter & Gamble and Regions Financial will report.
|HCA||HCA HEALTHCARE INC.||273.35||-0.06||-0.02%|
|PG||PROCTER & GAMBLE CO.||151.00||-0.77||-0.51%|
|RF||REGIONS FINANCIAL CORP.||18.51||+0.12||+0.65%|
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On the economic data front, S&P Global will release its manufacturing and services PMI flash readings for April at 9:45 a.m. These figures are closely watched as indicators of the health of the U.S. economy, with readings above 50 indicating expansion and those below indicating contraction.
Jessica MacKenzie contributed to this story.