A new survey digs into voters' politically polarizing preferences and finds Google and Fox News are among the top choices.
Construction of new US homes rises, and sales and prices of existing homes surge. Japan's central bank expands its stimulus program. Microsoft increases its dividend. General Mills beats earnings expectations.
General Mills is betting on nostalgia to sell consumers on Cheerios and vegetables.
Investors will get a better look at how the cookie crumbles after the company spins off its grocery business and changes its name to Mondelez.
Goldman Sachs is both upgraded and downgraded, and Manchester United is initiated at 2 firms with a 'buy.'
Ultimately, the market has a nice bias to the upside with very little data ahead of it.
The electronics retailers is reportedly a buyout candidate, and the media company will decide about splitting into 2.
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