Plus, after much ado, Softbank is oh-so-close to acquiring Sprint.
Stocks are drifting in negative ground ahead of this afternoon's Federal Reserve announcements.
Investors remain jittery as they await the central bank's policy decision and Chairman Bernanke's press conference.
Stocks are lower, but well off their earlier lows after the Bank of Japan held off from implementing any additional stimulus measures.
US markets are set for a lower open ahead of reports on consumer spending and manufacturing.
Investors cautious after China inflation data and ahead of US jobs report.
The communications company, based in Canada, is expected beat expectations when it reports its first-quarter 2013 results on Thursday.
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