The real story today is that, despite the turmoil in Egypt, stock and oil prices are merely flat.
The online retail giant is run brilliantly -- just not for the stock market.
A drop of 19 basis points would have been bad -- but 190? It's a reminder that you would rather be producing commodities than consuming them right now.
With last night's bullish, business-friendly speech about innovation and global competitiveness, the president paved the way for market growth.
The threat of $4 gas and its impact on the economy are far more worrisome than a pullback in commodities.
A brutal retreat may be in store for some industrial and rail shares that have had a prolonged advance from last year.
The company's board shake-up is akin to shuffling deck chairs on the Titanic. It's just not going to help.
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