$NVDA announced earnings after the bell (down about 10%), beat the top and bottom line earnings, yet revised earnings going forward for Q2. $SNOW missed, and traded down 15%.
The S&P and Nasdaq filled the gap as pointed out on the Morning Express Research. Support in the S&P comes in at 3955, 11,800 for the Nasdaq.
Turning to the Fed, the minutes released spoke about 50 bp raises, as expected. The neutral rate is more of a coin toss, with Neel Kashkari talking about 2.5%, Powell speaking about 3.6%. At the end of the day these minutes are stale.
Crude Oil finished well at $111 after a fairly bearish EIA report. As long as major 3 star support holds....
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