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Fly Intel: Wall Street's top stories for Tuesday

Stocks opened in positive territory as investors breathed a sigh of relief that the new round of tariffs on China was not as bad as expected. The averages continued to tack on gains throughout the day in a broad-based advance. Oil prices moved up more than 1% as supply concerns remain with Iranian sanctions due to go into effect this fall. The price of crude oil topped $70 before backing off and closing at $69.85 a barrel ahead of the API inventory report due out after the close. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the NAHB housing market index held steady... -The Fly

Fly Intel: What to watch for in Oracle's earnings report

Oracle (ORCL) is scheduled to report results of its first fiscal quarter after the market close on September 17, with a conference call scheduled for 5:00 pm ET. What to watch for: 1. Q CONSENSUS DOWN A TICK: Along with its last report, Oracle guided for Q1 adjusted earnings per share of 67c-69c, or 68c-70c in constant currency. At the time, analysts expected the company to reported Q1 EPS of 72c, but that figure has since fallen to 69c. 2. FY19 GUIDANCE: In addition, Oracle co-chief executive officer Safra Catz said in the company's previous earnings... -The Fly

Fly Intel: Top five weekend stock stories

Catch up on the weekend's top five stories with this list compiled by The Fly: 1. On Saturday, The Wall Street Journal reported that President Trump plans to announce new tariffs of about $200B on Chinese imports, but at a rate of about 10%, which is below the 25% that has previously been threatened. On Sunday, The Journal said that China is not pleased with the pressure tactics and is considering declining an offer for a new round of trade talks. Furthermore, some Chinese advisors are suggesting restrictions be placed on sales of materials and... -The Fly

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