Despite all the new exchange-traded products hitting the market, investors remain in love with income-oriented funds. Here are a couple of new ones worth a look.
Stocks are sharply lower for a second straight day after the Fed gave some indication Wednesday about its future plans to cut back on stimulus measures.
DuPont downgraded to 'neutral,' and GameStop upgraded to 'outperform.'
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.
Global shares sink on weak Chinese data and concerns the Fed might start wind down its stimulus measures.
In this installment of Investor Beat: The Fed chief tells Congress that it's too soon to end the stimulus program.
Tesla tries to hold recent gains. Sony to discuss turnaround plan. Campbell Soup, Ross Stores and GameStop to report earnings. Bloomberg consumer confidence index is due.
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Beverage sales are taking a hit in North America and Pepsi is looking to uphold its strong performance in the snacks business in the region.
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