Stocks are mixed, with the S&P barely clinging to gains, the Nasdaq weighed on by a post-earnings decline in Apple, and the Dow dragged on by the under-performance of AT&T and P&G.
Markets are set for a higher open as investors await more earnings, data.
The debacle over its fire-prone batteries has cost the aerospace giant $600 million to fix, but not any big order cancellations.
Oil and gold are trending lower. Sprint could be headed for a bidding war. Boeing and Lockheed Martin will be reporting earnings.
Huge upward revisions to these stocks' estimates may mean pleasant surprises for shareholders.
Who stands to gain -- and who doesn't -- from the president's new proposal?
The Japanese carbon fiber producer will profit from positive trends in the aerospace and automotive industries.
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