Mini-options trading begins for 5 stocks. Adobe and Ross Stores reports earnings. H&R Block admits to thousands of errors. Existing home sales data will be released.
Samsung is challenging both BlackBerry and Apple with its new security-enhanced phone.
Shoppers may be more active after they get their refunds.
About 25% of them prefer smartphones over wired means to use the Internet, which could mean big changes ahead for the industry.
EBay is upgraded to 'overweight,' and homebuilders are initiated at Sterne Agee.
It may not be able to dominate the Web services field the way it has online shopping.
The retailer might be the last man standing in the consumer electronics space, but that doesn't make it a good investment.
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