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All eyes are on Ben Bernanke and the U.S. Federal Reserve as investors await clues about how much longer the central bank will continue to pump money into the financial system.
Shares of Sony spiked to their highest level in two years Wednesday on reports that the company is considering a spin off of its movie and music division.
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Saks soared nearly 20% in after-hours trading after the New York Post reported that the luxury retailer has hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale of the company.
Investors will look toward a slew of corporate news this week to keep the market rally rolling.
Investors pushed stocks higher early Friday following a strong report on consumer sentiment. All three indexes are on track to end higher for the week.
U.S. stocks are indicating they may move higher Friday morning in what could prove to be a quiet day of trading.
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Senate hearing on Apple's overseas tax policies brings much criticism, but some defense of its policy to reduce corporate taxes.
The Dow and S&P 500 hit new records after comments from a Fed official raised hopes of stimulus continuing. Bernanke testifies in front of Congress Wednesday.
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The ominous-sounding technical signal points to a major reversal in the markets, according to one analyst.
WASHINGTON -- As frantic rescue missions continued Monday in Oklahoma following the catastrophic tornadoes that ripped through the state, it appeared increasingly likely that residents who lost homes and businesses would turn to the federal government for