It takes investors some time to believe there's a reason to bid stock prices above an important milestone like a 1,000-point.
From the beginning, the rumor mill has been abuzz about the likelihood of the company choosing to list with the NYSE.
The listing is likely to set off a scramble between the NYSE and Nasdaq over the right to bring China's most valuable e-commerce company public.
The social network will handle the offering a little differently than its giant rival Facebook.
Apple is downgraded to 'sell,' and TELUS is upgraded to 'outperform.'
Investors await economic releases, including consumer sentiment and personal income data, as well as the Chicago-area manufacturing data.
For many smaller players, the freeze has proved to them that they don't belong in the stock market.
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