US markets set to open higher, despite yesterday's huge losses on the heels of Italy's murky election results.
For now, there's nothing wrong with watching from the sidelines and letting the selling run its course.
Lowe's, Macy's, and other retailers will report earnings. Herbalife activist investors struggle for dominance. February auto sales will be announced.
BlackBerry downgraded to 'sell, and Caterpillar upgraded to 'outperform.'
Both Office Max and Office Depot are downgraded to 'neutral.'
More than 6,000 New Zealand police officers are getting an iPhone after the nation signed a 10-year outsourcing contract with Vodafone.
The optimism is priced in, and upside from here seems unlikely.
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