Will 2013 be a better year for public offering or will it follow suit with 2012?
11 S&P 500 companies are set to report Thursday.
With the Fed's stimulus now tied to job market recovery, investors are more keenly awaiting nonfarm payrolls.
Stocks are headed lower at the open after the best first trading day of the year.
Concerns over a budget deal overshadow Japanese easing.
New highs mean strong buying pressure, but don't get caught chasing.
Apple, Nordstrom and Carnival offer escapes that won't break the bank.
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