The home improvement chains both report a surprise drop in first-quarter sales, but one stock is the clear winner.
Profit drops 77%, but the automaker says it might return to normal production earlier than expected.
With only one major patent loss ahead, Merck has potential for relatively modest good performance.
Head to the sidelines and wait for a further stock drop -- or for the company to make production progress.
Quarterly results from PetroHawk and SandRidge will provide additional clues into the current state and future prospects of natural gas.
The luxury handbag company plans to open 30 new stores in China this year and next.
The BlackBerry maker says that sales and profit will come in below the previous forecast for the quarter. With video on Research In Motion's earnings report.
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