Next week will be the busiest week of earnings season

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April is winding down, which means so is earnings season, but some of the big players haven’t reported theirs yet.

The second quarter has been off to a very solid start.

The Dow and S&P500 are on track for their third month of gains with both indexes seeing record highs this month already.

Meanwhile, the Nasdaq is hoping to see gains for the sixth consecutive month.

The week ahead will have 1/3 of the Dow and S&P500 reporting.

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Inflation will continue to be a major talking point in the week ahead, especially with the Fed’s monetary policy meeting taking place on Wednesday.

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British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty on Friday to federal sex trafficking charges in the U.S. case accusing her of helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein recruit and sexually abuse girls.

Maxwell, 59, entered her plea through her attorney before U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan. The charges had been included in an eight-count indictment unveiled on March 29.

Prosecutors have accused Maxwell of grooming and paying a girl who, starting at age 14, gave Epstein nude massages and engaged in sex acts with him from 2001 to 2004, and that the girl recruited others to offer erotic massages.

They previously had charged Maxwell with helping Epstein recruit and groom three other girls for him to sexually abuse from 1994 to 1997.

Her trial is scheduled for July 12.

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