U.S Equity Markets closed higher for the fifth trading session out of the last six, led by the NASDAQ 100 which surged to close with a gain of 3.09%. Over the weekend, Republicans and Democrats voiced displeasure with the White House’s new $1.8 trillion Coronavirus-Stimulus offer, showing how difficult an agreement will be before the election. The presidential race remained in headlines. Former Vice President Joe Biden remained ahead in national polls, and Wall Street continued to get behind the idea that a Biden win means more fiscal stimulus. Now, eyes turn to this afternoon, when earnings season formally kicks off. While analysts still expect earnings to fall on a year-over-year basis, they have raised their expectations throughout the Quarter. This indicates that things are not as bad as previously thought for many companies. Delta Air Lines (DAL), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) are the main companies reporting today. Meanwhile European Indices also closed higher. The French government said it would like a post-Brexit Trade Agreement outline reached by the end of this month, without striking a deal for the sake of compromise. The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier will continue talks with his British counterpart David Frost today, as the two sides remain committed to finding a trade deal. The British government announced a three-tier system of Coronavirus restriction measures, focusing on local efforts, in an attempt to avoid another national-economic lockdown. The EU is also reportedly drawing up a list of restrictions against 20 large technology companies, aimed at limiting their power. Elsewhere, Oil fell 2.64%, as U.S. producers resumed production after Hurricane Delta, while Gold close unchanged as the Dollar rose.

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