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Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows the largest decrease in home ownership since the Great Depression, though the overall rate remains the second highest on record.
Mortgage rates for 30-year fixed home loans fall below 4% for the first time on record.
Clear Capital research predicts that U.S. home prices will continue to struggle, falling 3.2% in the first quarter of 2012.
Marriott International posts a third-quarterly loss, but room revenue jumps nearly 9%.
Friendly's Ice Cream chain files for bankruptcy, but will keep most of its restaurants open while closing 63 weaker performing locations.
Eastman Kodak shares continue to trade with heavy volatility as the imaging company explores ways to shore up its financials.
Yum! Brands met Wall Street's earnings expectations and revenue came in ahead of the consensus view amid continued strong performance in China.
Marriott International is expected to report a 23.9% jump in quarterly profit, and market-watchers will look to the hotel operator for a sense of the state of the travel industry.
Kodak shares continue to regain ground Monday after the imaging company denies rumors that it may file for bankruptcy.
Starbucks will ask customers to donate $5 for its "Create Jobs for USA" program, which provides loans to small businesses.