There’s one thing analysts are sure of after the Dow cracks 13,000 again.
The secondary market for Apple products is exploding as consumers look to upgrade with each new gadget rollout.
The Dow flirts with 13,000 on new-home sales and consumer confidence reports. JC Penney posts significant losses. Gold falls as oil gains.
Jobless claims hold near four-year lows, while home prices rise. German business executives show increased confidence for a fourth consecutive month. Gold gains as oil falls.
Prices soar as Greece secures a second bailout and as China lowers its reserve requirements for banks.
The gadget giant takes another step to meet huge demand in a country where its revenue has grown exponentially each year.
The discount store's quarterly results disappoint investors. The home improvement chain gains on better-than-expected profit.
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