Wall Street upcoming week: Investors seeks crucial earnings amidst inflation 

Wall Street stock market investors will be observing important economic data in the coming week, such as the industrial production report, the producer pricing index, and the consumer price index.

Wall Street stock market investors will be observing important economic data in the coming week, such as the industrial production report, the producer pricing index, and the consumer price index.

Investor attention will also be focused on a few major profits, such as those of Coca-Cola, Shopify, Cisco, and Sony, in addition to the US economic statistics.

Economic trail of activities

The consumer price index (CPI) for January will be made public on February 13. The US retail sales and industrial production data for January will be released on February 15. On February 16, the producer pricing index (PPI) data for January will be made public.

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Company earnings

Arista Networks, Avis Budget Group, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Coca-Cola, Shopify, Airbnb, Marriott International, Datadog, Molson Coors Beverage Company, Hasbro, Airbnb, Biogen, Upstart Holdings, Lyft, Cisco, Sony, The Kraft Heinz Company, Global Payments, Twilio, QuantumScape, Applied Materials, Deere, Stellantis, DoorDash, The Wendy’s Company, Coinbase Global, SunPower, Roku, TC Energy, and Vulcan Materials.

Market performance

From 149.40 Japanese yen to 149.37 yen, the US dollar decreased.

The S&P 500 climbed 28.70 points, or 0.57 percent, to 5,026.61, the Nasdaq Composite gained 196.95 points, or 1.25 percent, to 15,990.66, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 54.64 points, or 0.14 percent, to 38,671.69 on Friday, February 9.

The benchmark US 10-year note yield increased by 0.7 basis points late on Thursday, from 4.17 percent to 4.177 percent. Late on Thursday, the yield on a 2-year note increased by 3.2 basis points to 4.4883 percent from 4.456 percent.

The euro strengthened from $1.0775 to $1.0785. Friday saw a 62-cent increase in the benchmark US crude oil for March delivery to $76.84 a barrel.

A barrel of Brent crude for April delivery increased by 56 cents to $82.19. An ounce of gold for delivery in April dropped $9.20 to $2,038.70. At $22.59 an ounce, silver for March delivery dropped 5 cents.