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Today's Markets for Wed Oct. 28, 2020

Events in the US Today (EDT):

First, T2BF and short SPY.

DAY - Wear a mask & socially distance <3
7:00am - MBA Mortgage Info [1/3 Volatility]
8:30am - Goods Trade Balance (Sep) [2/3 Volatility]
Retail Inventories Ex Auto (Sep) [2/3 Volatility]
9:30am - Seevol Cushing Oil Storage Report [2/3 Volatility]
10:00am - Senate Commerce Committee Meeting (Virtual)
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Featuring Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, & Sundar Pichai
10:30am - Crude Oil Inventories [3/3 Volatility]
6:00pm - FOMC Member Kaplan Speaks [2/3 Volatility]
A stimulus deal is coming, but not until after Election Day. That was the message from the president on Tuesday as progress made in recent weeks has stalled over a COVID-19 testing strategy plan proposed by Democrats that has yet to be approved by the White House.
Oil retreated back below $38 a barrel in New york after an industry report pointed to a bigger-than-expected increase in U.S. crude stockpiles.
The first reading of U.S. third-quarter GDP Thursday is anticipated to be the strongest on record following a record dive in the prior quarter as many businesses were shuttered by the pandemic.
*Events in the World Today (EDT):*

4:00am - South Africa CPI (MoM-Sep) [2/3 Volatility]
4:40am - Euro Zone ECB's Enria Speaks [2/3 Volatility]
6:40am - Germany 10-Year Bond Auction [2/3 Volatility]
10:00am - Canada BoC Interest Rate Decision [2/3 Volatility]
Canada BoC Rate Statement [2/3 Volatility]
11:15am - Canada BoC Press Conference [3/3 Volatility]
5:00pm - Brazil Interest Rate Decision [2/3 Volatility]
7:50pm - Japan Retail Sales (YoY-Sep) [2/3 Volatility]
8:00pm - New Zealand ANZ Business Confidence (Oct) [2/3 Volatility]
8:30pm - Australia NAB Quarterly Business Confidence [2/3 Volatility]
10:30pm - Japan BoJ Interest Rate Decision [2/3 Volatility]
EOD - Japan BoJ Outlook Report (YoY) [3/3 Volatility]
Japan BoJ Monetary Policy Statement [3/3 Volatility]
The Stoxx Europe 600 Index sank more than 2% after German Chancellor Angela Merkel proposed closing bars and restaurants for a month to curb the spread of the virus. The selloff across Europe was broad, with auto and construction shares seeing the steepest declines.
The Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee holds its plenum through Friday, where it’s expected to chart the course for the economy’s development for the next 15 years.

*Earnings Before Open:*
UPS, Boeing, GE, Mastercard, Sony, Anthem, Six Flags, Dynatrace, Generac, Yandex

*Earnings After Close:*
Fastly, Pinterest, Etsy, Gilead, Teladoc, Visa, Ford, eBay, Livongo, ServiceNow

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