Best Buy and Hewlett-Packard's shares had huge turnaround years in 2013. Here are a couple companies that could have similar jumps in 2014.
With inventories low, the tech companies that need a reliable supply of rare metals are likely to be calling on this US miner.
While consumers remain nervous, the corporate sector is gearing up for increased spending.
With global manufacturing rebounding, material and energy stocks left for dead since 2011 are making a comeback.
Four key data points only serve to create more uncertainty over the direction of the world's second-largest economy.
After a 3-day sell-off caused by fear of Fed tapering markets seem set to open higher.
Stocks are mixed, with the Nasdaq the lone index logging gains.
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