Stocks ended slightly higher as questions hung over Wall Street. The first, how Apple (AAPL) performed over its recent quarter when it reports after the bell. The second, how the Fed's position on monetary policy could shift in an announcement tomorrow. Molina Healthcare (MOH) surged this afternoon after sacking its CEO and chief financial officer, effective immediately. The board decided on the shakeup after a "disappointing financial performance." Coach (COH) roared higher as the handbag retailer weaned itself off its reliance on discounting. Profit grew nearly 9% over the recent quarter even as revenue fell almost 4%. Twitter (TWTR) rose and added to gains a day earlier after businessman and investor Mark Cuban said he had bought stock. The social network has risen more than 10% over the past two days.
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