Vivus shares dropped after it reported weaker-than-expected sales of its weight loss drug.
Interest rate decisions are expected today from the European Central Bank and Bank of England.
Investors, traders are bound to follow the extremely tight presidential race as the day unfolds.
Analyst predicts it will take time, however, before Qsymia records meaningful revenue.
Companies are trying to use America's weight to their advantage.
Stocks are higher amid optimism that Spain may be moving closer to requesting more aid.
Apple begins selling its latest smartphone worldwide. Spain and the European Commission are reportedly discussing reforms that would lead to a bailout. McDonald's and several other companies increase their dividends.
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