The sentiment in the market has shifted positively despite disappointing retail earnings. This could be attributed to Nvidia Corp.’s positive movement. Key economic data on jobs, consumer sentiment, and durable goods orders may impact the market. Trading volume may be low due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. On Tuesday, stocks had a down day after recent gains, with negative commentary from retailers and a decline in Nvidia’s shares. The Federal Reserve’s meeting minutes did not offer any surprises. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite ended their winning streak. IT, consumer discretionary, and real estate stocks dragged down the market, while healthcare stocks performed well. Small-cap stocks underperformed. The rally in the broader market is seen as a positive sign for the current recovery. Futures indicate a higher open for Wednesday. Economic data including jobless claims, durable goods orders, and consumer sentiment will be released. Nvidia’s stock rose in premarket trading. Deere & Co. slumped after issuing a weak outlook. Other stocks reacting to earnings news include Autodesk, Guess?, HP, Jack in the Box, and Urban Outfitters. Crude oil futures declined, Treasury bond yields fell, and the US dollar was stronger. The Chinese market led Asian markets lower, while European stocks were mostly higher.