Mini-options trading begins for 5 stocks. Adobe and Ross Stores reports earnings. H&R Block admits to thousands of errors. Existing home sales data will be released.
There's no evidence the shorts are piling on, ahead of an anticipated market pullback -- but here's what they liked last month.
EBay is upgraded to 'overweight,' and homebuilders are initiated at Sterne Agee.
Ford is downgraded to 'underperform,' and JetBlue is downgraded to 'underperform.'
D.R. Horton, Ryland and others continue to ramp up ahead of the busiest building season.
Abercrombie & Fitch is upgraded to 'outperform,' and VMware is downgraded to 'buy.'
Fourth-quarter reports look good, but all sectors appear overvalued.
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The apparel chain takes a hard hit after blaming the weather for its quarterly sales decline. But cold temperatures don't explain the drop in full-year sales as well.
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