US markets set to open unchanged as the Federal Reserve is to begin its 2-day policy meeting.
The companies, in very different sectors, have all crossed their 50-day moving averages to the upside.
Wall Street seems poised to follow Europe higher ahead of more data, earnings.
Economists expect the economy rebounded in 1Q compared to the previous quarter and grew at a 3.1% rate.
These dividend funds added the tech company to their holdings and can now stand to gain from the increased payout.
US stocks are set to open down on global growth concerns as investors await US housing reports.
How much bigger can supposed portable devices get?
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