Shares of the toymaker jumped 5% Wednesday after a solid earnings report. What does that say about the holiday season?
The financial sector will be well represented, with quarterly reports due from the likes of Goldman Sachs and American Express, as well as the tech sector.
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Brands are replacing real estate in a new version of the game as people find they have less time to pass 'Go' and collect $200.
Stocks are higher as comments from Fed Chairman Bernanke appear to overshadow some worse-than-expected housing data.
Coke, Mattel and Chipotle to report earnings. Oil hits a 14-month high. ADT rumored to be an investment target of Bill Ackman.
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