Money & Markets modules for Tuesday, Oct. 30
Coca-Cola and Facebook report their third-quarter results. The Conference Board releases its consumer confidence reading for October.
Red Hat shares surged nearly 50 percent after IBM's offer to buy the open source software company for $34 billion in stock sparked investor speculation of a possible bidding war.
Unwrapping retailers' holiday plans
The nation's largest retailers are gearing up for the holiday shopping season by expanding their shipping options to take on Amazon.com.
Red Hat (RHT)
General Motors (GM)
Anadarko Petroleum (APC)
Denbury Resources (DNR)
First Data (FDC)
Tower Semiconductor (TSEM)
U.S. Bancorp (USB)
Eni SpA (E)
T. Rowe Price Communication & Technology (PRMTX)
A strong team, "distinctive approach" and "impressive track record" earn this fund a "Silver" analyst rating from Morningstar.
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