US markets are set for a lower open on concerns over the terms of the Cypriot rescue, especially the bank deposit levy.
Stocks are lower and if the weakness holds into the close, it will mark the first Friday this year in which the major averages suffered daily losses.
Just when we thought the cruise line was out of hot water, another problem causes more negative press.
This recent IPO offers investors a new way to invest in the cruise industry.
Stocks set for higher open, overlooking Moody's downgrade of Britain's credit rating.
These companies' share repurchases could materially affect EPS and valuations.
The industry leaves disaster in its wake with Norwegian's full-steam IPO.
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