These were not the only changes to Warren Buffett's holding company's portfolio.
Investors, traders are bound to follow the extremely tight presidential race as the day unfolds.
Mosaic's earnings miss shouldn't deter sector bulls.
Research In Motion is upgraded to 'sector perform,' and Pfizer is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Net farm income is expected to rise nearly 4% this year. Insurance payments and high grain prices are contributing to the gains.
Hedge fund manager Jim Chanos reveals some of his holdings in a regulatory filing.
Stocks move in a narrow range, little affected by the day's slew of economic reports.
New York manufacturing activity contracts, but consumer prices remain unchanged, industrial output increases and builders' confidence improves. Staples shares skid after disappointing results. Deere is also down after missing estimates.
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