The company misses Wall Street estimates for its first quarter as revenue and costs climb.
Earnings from Alcoa, GE, Google and JPMorgan Chase will guide investors. Can the Dow close above 11,000?
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Platinum still sells far below its historical price ratio to gold. Will that gap soon close?
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