The first full week of the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season will be a busy one for retail earnings.
New York and New Jersey are set to profit for years to come after the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium.
Gold bounces back after retreating in the prior session on encouraging housing data, while brent crude rises as unrest in Libya fuels supply fears.
After dropping nearly 1% in the prior session, gold is bouncing back on data showing China's net gold imports from Hong Kong hit the highest in seven months in October.
Gold prices hang steady despite a research note from UBS cutting the firm's one-month and three-month targets for the precious metal.
Iran's agreement to curb its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of some economic sanctions drags down the price of brent crude and the metals.
Big names like Tiffany, Barnes & Noble and TiVo will report prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Needham & Company upgrades GameStop from Hold to Buy, one day after the company issued a weak fourth-quarter guidance.
America's fascination with President John F. Kennedy and his assassination remains big business, fifty years later.
In two surprise moves in tech, the iPad Mini with retina display goes on sale and Google adds music capabilities to its Glass product.