Stocks are little changed despite fewer than expected weekly jobless claims and a flurry of mergers and acquisitions announcements.
The economic union reported worse than expected economic growth in the fourth quarter.
These companies could get a boost from exposure during the big game.
Amazon and Yahoo to report earnings. Fed minutes to be released. Ford earnings could impact auto stocks. New York soda ban battle begins.
Soft-drinks consumption is going flat in North America, so is now the time to invest in these soda stalwarts?
In the battle of the juices, the No. 1 company's label continues to chip away at the market.
After a strong 2013, the sector now looks overvalued and is lagging.
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