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Bank earnings, housing, Trump trial: What to Watch Next Week

Yahoo Finance anchors Josh Lipton and Jared Blikre queue up the biggest headlines and events for next week, including additional earnings from Big Banks — Goldman Sachs (GS), Charles Schwab (SCHW), Bank of America (BAC), Morgan Stanley (MS) — among other top companies, as well fresh US housing data, the jury selection for Former President Trump's criminal trial, and the Boeing (BA) whistleblowers testimony before Congress.

For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime.

This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

Video transcript

JOSH LIPTON: Time now for what to watch next week starting off on the earnings front. Earnings season is ramping up. The financial sector in focus is Goldman Sachs, Charles Schwab, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and American Express are all gearing up to report.


Also on tap airlines, United in Alaska both on the earnings calendar. And we'll see how their results have been affected by Boeing's production problems and the safety crisis. And another key name to watch Netflix, which reports Thursday after the close.

JARED BLIKRE: And a big week on deck for the housing sector. Big batch of data is due. The latest reading on homebuilder confidence for April. That's out Monday.

And on Tuesday, another look at Homebuilding with the March housing starts and building permits. Both numbers are expected to come in lower than the previous month, which means supply of housing coming online will remain tight potentially. Then we finally get existing home sales numbers on March, or excuse me, on Thursday for the month of March.

JOSH LIPTON: And finally outside of data, some key news events happening next week as well on Monday. Former President Donald Trump's hush money trial gets underway with jury selection. Trump will now be the first former president to face a criminal trial.

JARED BLIKRE: And on Wednesday, Boeing safety crisis heading to Capitol Hill. A whistleblower and a panel of aviation experts set to testify in separate hearings.