We'll hit some kind of 'new normal' as the shock of the smaller paychecks wears off and consumers reset their priorities.
EBay is upgraded to 'overweight,' and homebuilders are initiated at Sterne Agee.
The retailer might be the last man standing in the consumer electronics space, but that doesn't make it a good investment.
Investors await retail sales data for a clue on US consumer spending.
Big Lots is both downgraded and upgraded, and Angie's List is initiated with an 'overweight.'
It may just be that the remaining firms that are the winners here.
Insiders may sell for any number of reasons, but they buy for only one.
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