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.
Wal-Mart, Nordstrom, and Kohl's report earnings. E-commerce sales figures to be released. Boeing's Dreamliner is cleared to fly.
Priceline, AOL, and Sysco to report earnings. Gold mining stocks remain weak. Real money Internet poker returns to Nevada.
Gas inventories fall unexpectedly. April auto sales figures will be announced. Automatic Data Processing and Allstate to report earnings. LDK Solar runs into trouble.
Oil and gold are trending lower. Sprint could be headed for a bidding war. Boeing and Lockheed Martin will be reporting earnings.
Coca-Cola, Fifth Third and US Bancorp to report earnings. J.C. Penny makes another CEO change. Family Dollar's full year forecast weaker than expected.
Weakness in Europe and Asia is a concern for UPS. Oil analysts surprise with lower than expected weekly report. Accenture and Dollar General to report earnings. Brinker concerned with lower consumer demand.
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