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Big retail chains report results this week, giving read on economy.
It's another action packed line-up on the earnings front for the week of May 18. We'll get results from Home Depot (HD), Walmart (WMT), Target (TGT), Lowe's (LOW) and more.
Key housing and manufacturing data and the FOMC minutes will keep interest rate hike speculation front and center in the week ahead.
Forecasts of a boost in consumption due to cheap oil were wrong.
Stocks recovered from earlier losses Tuesday as Treasury yields pulled back from six-year highs hit in the morning session.
Verizon (VZ) and AOL (AOL) dominate business headlines after the former agreed to buy the latter for $50 a share, valuing the deal at $4.4 billion.
Disney (DIS) and Juniper Networks (JNPR) get positive notes, while Gap (GPS) gets slapped with a downgrade following its updated Q1 earnings and revenue guidance all in Tuesday's Analysts' Actions.
A Picasso Painting Fetched $179 million dollars at an auction at Christie's Monday night, the most ever paid for a work of art at auction.
The market is not showing much direction in the premarket as investors await the all-important monthly jobs report. Stress tests show that all 31 banks tested have passed the Federal Reserve's threshold for minimum levels of capital. Not a surprise...