Family Dollar is downgraded to 'equal weight,' and FedEx is initiated with a 'buy.'
Investors optimism improves after China reported better than expected inflation figures.
Here's a technical look at longer-term picks of several fund managers.
Constellation Brands will report earnings. Salesforce starts working with Oracle. Sprint Nextel plans to speed up its network. Gold continues trading lower.
It seems the big networks are too big, the small networks are too small, and after all this time consumers are still holding out for 'just right.'
Carnival and Barnes & Noble report earnings. Altria enters e-cigarette market. Dish opts not to make offer for Sprint. Men's Wearhouse fires company founder.
FedEx is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Coty is initiated with a 'hold.'
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