While Wednesday's session may have received a little help from the Fed, the market's most bullish run of 2009 looks as intact as ever.
Stocks manage to rise despite a lack of positive corporate and economic reports.
Stocks end a four-day rally that had given hope to the notion that market lows touched on March 6 would stand throughout 2009.
A ThinkEquity analyst nitiates his coverage of RIM with a sell rating and a price target of $30, citing the need for future earnings estimates to come down.
Optimism at eBay defies the facts surrounding the company's core business.
Investors have caught on that tech has supplanted others as the leader in innovation and balance-sheet strength.
National Semiconductor says it will slash 26% of its workforce, or more than 1,700 jobs, in response to economic conditions.
Taiwan Semiconductor shares get a boost from an upwardly revised first-quarter forecast.
Texas Instruments shares are rising after the chipmaker raised the midpoint for its first-quarter revenue outlook.
Unisys shares fall further following a report that the company was to wind up on Moody's list of companies it deems most likely to default.