FedEx, CarMax and Kroger report earnings. National Association of Homebuilders releases housing market index. Big Data companies continue to dominate headlines.
Some companies aren't happy about states letting employees store firearms in their vehicles while on the job.
The Dow sells at the open and ends down 117 as investors fret about Japan, interest rates and unrest in Turkey. Expect more ups and downs into next week at least.
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The Dow closes down 217 points amid weak economic reports and worries about interest rates. Falling below 15,000 could mean more selling ahead.
From a seasonal perspective, transportation stocks appear to be following the script and rallying in early May.
The fast-food chain no longer compares its top-level salaries to those at Costco -- possibly because the discount retailer's CEO isn’t paid as generously.
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