The metal is in danger of giving up all its gains since its mid-April low. Some talk has gold falling to $1,250 an ounce.
Remember what happened when Dell made a similar move?
Changes in state pot laws are encouraging some cannabis-related companies to go public.
The NYSE's trading floor will reopen, but markets are still testing a contingency plan.
Sandy prompts the first unplanned multiday trading shutdown since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Stocks of both companies doubled this year on hope their drugs will be approved for sale in the US.
The move is expected to save costs as Kraft prepares to spin off into two companies.
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