The chip maker showed off new products and designs at its developer forum. But is that what its customers want?
The central bank's decision on whether to trim its bond buying may dictate if the market has a good week. Oracle and FedEx earnings are on tap.
If Federal Reserve forecasts point toward full employment and price stability, policymakers at the upcoming FOMC meeting will have a hard time getting Wall Street to reconcile that outlook with a 1% Fed funds rate.
With the index changes afoot, the exchange traded tracking it will follow suit.
The people who manage the blue-chip index are substituting Goldman Sachs, Nike and Visa for Alcoa, Bank of America and Hewlett-Packard.
Marc Faber, aka Dr. Doom, sees a 'meaningful slowdown' in most economies.
There are underlying issues that need fixing before the company can be taken seriously as a turnaround story. Management is not capitalizing on the underlying value.
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