Apple begins selling its latest smartphone worldwide. Spain and the European Commission are reportedly discussing reforms that would lead to a bailout. McDonald's and several other companies increase their dividends.
More weak reports could be the symptom of a bigger problem.
The firm also downgrades AMD, Intel and Marvell.
Weak China data drags on global stocks even as it increases hopes for more stimulus. An eventful week in Europe could provide more hurdles for the eurozone. The government will sell $18B in AIG shares.
Buoyed by a solid first quarter, the fashion company sees a bright future.
Stocks get a lift after better-than-expected retail sales figures.
Reports of the demise of consumer spending may be premature.
Growth reports in Germany and France come in better than forecast. Retail sales in the US increase for the first time in 4 months. Groupon shares plunge to record low on a revenue miss and lowered outlook. Home Depot climbs as it beats expectations.
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