President Obama's second term inauguration and positive Japanese data keep indicate flat open Tuesday.
InterMune is upgraded to 'buy,' and Mead Johnson is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Wall Street has misunderstood the mining company's acquisition of two energy producers, says one expert.
Stocks are higher as jobless claims decline slightly from their storm-driven elevated levels.
If Wall Street hadn't been closed for Sandy, the market would have jumped on a bevy of positive developments.
Goldman downgrades Royal Dutch Shell to 'sell' and upgrades ConocoPhillips to 'neutral.'
Mortgage lending was the brightest spot in the quarter for Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase.
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The apparel chain takes a hard hit after blaming the weather for its quarterly sales decline. But cold temperatures don't explain the drop in full-year sales as well.
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