The health benefits company is acquiring Amerigroup, and the aluminum giant kicks off Q2 earnings season.
This cyclical stock now trades 33% below book value and could be poised to double.
The dollar's appreciation is not necessarily good for US companies.
Earning season is upon us, and these companies deserve a review.
The key takeaway from the company's report is that earnings may now surprise us not by being great, but simply by being less bad than we expected.
The news spurs hope that the first quarter may not be as depressing as feared.
With earnings reports and possible credit downgrades looming ahead, big bank stocks will need to weather short-term headwinds.
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