Stocks dip as enthusiasm for Spain's bailout plans peters out.
The company's annual developers conference begins Monday, and company watchers are likely to get some sneak peeks and long-awaited answers.
TiVo is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Facebook is initiated with a 'buy.'
With improving prospects and a low valuation, this blue chip is well-suited to more than one investment style.
When it comes to fundamental measures like revenue and profits, Facebook is still puny.
Speculation about the company's line of performance notebooks suggests that a razor-sharp Retina display and remarkably thinner chassis are imminent.
A jittery Europe, a slowing China, and a weak US recovery means rock-solid income is a great choice for investors looking to ride out the storm.
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Stocks sag as the Fed chairman says a stronger economy may let the central bank start to end its bond-buying program late this year. But Bernanke sees low rates lasting into 2015.
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