Weather Alert

POTENTIAL WINTER STORM WEDNESDAY INTO THANKGIVING

There remains considerable uncertainty in the track and intensity of an anticipated coastal storm from Wednesday afternoon through early Thanksgiving morning, but confidence is increasing for a storm to bring accumulating snow to much of the region which would cause travel difficulty.  Details on amounts and timing will become more clear over the next twelve to twenty four hours.  Keep up to date on the forecast.
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September 25, 2013 -- 8:30 a.m. ET - 09/25/13

U.S. stock futures are suggesting a flat open. The Dow and S&P 500 Index are trading less than 0.1% below fair value. The NASDAQ is essentially unchanged on Globex. The major averages are poised to open little changed amid growing concerns of a potential government shutdown on October 1. This comes as the Senate prepares to vote on a stopgap measure that would defund Obamacare. Economic data is also garnering attention. Demand for durable goods recovered in August as orders rose 0.1% following a 8.1% drop in July. Excluding transportation orders fell 0.1% last month. Shortly after the open, a report may show new home sales increased 6.6% to an annual rate of 420,000 in August after dropping in July by the most in three years. On the earnings front, AutoZone posted fiscal fourth-quarter profits and revenues above analyst estimates. Earnings will stay in focus after the closing bell with Bed Bath & Beyonds profit tally scheduled for release. European markets are slightly negative at mid-session. The FTSE is down 0.3% in London. The DAX is off less than 0.1% in Frankfurt. Asia markets were mostly lower overnight. The Nikkei declined 0.8% in Tokyo. Chinas Shanghai Composite index fell 0.6%. Treasuries are little changed before the government sells $35 billion of five-year notes this afternoon. The 10-year note is up 1/32 to yield 2.65% and the 30-year bond is unchanged to yield 3.67%.

 

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