US markets are set for a higher open on news of yen weakness as earnings season continues full steam ahead.
Stocks suffer their worst weekly loss since late 2012, and the markets face a tough week ahead with Caterpillar, Apple, Amazon.com and Exxon reporting.
The global giant posted a 16% earnings gain and met Wall Street's estimates. Yet investors see nothing but its trouble in the eurozone.
After months of denial, investors awake to the reality of slower growth, lower earnings and unresolved problems.
Lululemon is initiated with an 'overweight,' and Yahoo is upgraded to 'buy.'
Unless the Asian giant sets up a trillion-dollar fund to buy its own merchandise, then we can forget about an economic comeback.
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