Investors await the Fed chief's Congressional testimony about the economy and monetary policy.
The auto parts giant beats Wall Street expectations, while continuing to expand its stores in the U.S. and Mexico.
An investment worth around $400 million has sent Chicago Bridge & Iron's stock to all-time highs.
With the dollar firming but gold lower, investors await Fed chief Bernanke's comments Wednesday.
Despite the promise of big-name stars, the paid hub launched with a series of lesser-known actors, indie filmmakers, girls in bikinis and other oddities.
Bulls may be in control, but Wall Street will be watching for any sign of the Fed backing off its bond buying.
The good news is most respondents think the company can regain its mojo.
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