Companies want to relocate offshore to dodge Uncle Sam, but investors holding shares in taxable accounts will pay.
The move, known as an inversion, has never been attempted by a major American retailer.
Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
Nokia is upgraded to 'buy,' and Take-Two is downgraded to 'sector perform.'
Raymond James is upgrading solar stocks and JC Penney is downgraded to 'neutral.'
These aren't ever going to be crushed, but could certainly stumble.
Indexes are up after a better-than-expected reading on German economic sentiment.
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