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U.S. markets open higher but shares of Deere are lower despite maintaining full year guidance.
The vast bulk of S&P 500 outlooks are undershooting consensus.
Profit reports from Deere, Cisco and AIG, along with several conferences, will drive markets in the week ahead.
Some high-quality stocks have been caught in the market downdraft.
Agricultural equipment maker AGCO expects a big payoff from its Russian joint venture in 2014, and CEO Martin Richenhagen says President Putin will not interfere with his plans.
In good times, people buy equipment, and in tough times, they have equipment repaired.
With this trend, Deere and Caterpillar in particular could really romp higher.
Nicole Urken, senior stock analyst at TheStreet, dives into the market on the short Thanksgiving week, as futures rise on Iran nuclear deal.
Deere & Co delivers strong quarter, but warns of slowing and FOMC minutes at 2pm. David Nelson of Belpointe Asset Management helps to break it down.
Nicole Urken, Senior Stock Analyst for The Street, dives into some of the key earnings reports this morning from retail and industrial names.
Retail sales climb in October, despite the government shutdown. Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company's Putri Pascualy previews the Fed minutes.
Big retailers including Lowe's, Staples, JC Penney and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters will report numbers today. And Jim Cramer adds to his newest tech position.
It'll be a big week for many of the nation's large retailers, with TJX Companies, JCPenney, Sears Holdings, Target and Gap just some of the names reporting earnings.