A couple companies reporting this week are looking for a spark to turn around dismal stock performances, while others are hoping to keep upward momentum alive.
When you take out the volatile energy sector, the EPS growth rate is only 3.22%.
The companies are rumored to be takeover targets. Is this space heating up?
This looks like the bubbles we've seen before -- and it could be ready to burst.
A pharmaceutical takeover rumor is in the air.
Prepare for these earnings releases.
Google and IBM are among the bellwethers reporting next week.
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