Stocks pare earlier losses after new European easing measures and signs of improvement in the US labor market.
Retailers are downgraded at Citigroup, and News Corp. is upgraded to 'buy.'
Wall Street sees huge upside in the beleaguered retailer.
If you thought first-quarter earnings were bad, wait until you get a load of this.
Ciena reports better-than-expected earnings, while TiVo posts weak results and guidance.
Is this an economic hiccup or a sign of troubles to come?
The market is down for the sixth consecutive session, its longest losing stretch of the year.
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All hail the bull market, which ended the week with a big rally. But it also is starting to look a little like 1987, which suffered an epic blow-out.
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