After a turbulent week for investors, we'll see more earnings coming this morning from banks, coming one day after Goldman Sachs' big beat.
Holiday shopping (hiring) season is already upon us.
At this hour, U.S. futures are getting hit hard before the open, with a sell-off already underway in Europe that has American stocks looking at triple-digit losses.
With the IPO scene white-hot, it's a wonder that any companies would be out looking for late-stage lenders, instead of chasing public markets and a heady new valuation.
Private equity IPOs have returned mixed results for investors, but one, Noodles & Co., is bad company
third quarter earnings parade continues today, with Overstock.com reporting results in the morning -- but the afternoon brings out the heavyweights.
GrubHub's stock isn't up big since its IPO, only gaining about four percent since April of this year, putting it off the pace of the S&P 500.
Tuesday morning will be a mega-morning for bank earnings; Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Piper Jaffray are each set to release numbers before the bell.
Canadian Pacific Railway was apparently interested in merging with U.S. railway operator CSX, but the American deal target reportedly walked away from the bargaining table.
Dunkin Donuts shares haven't been as tasty as, say, its maple-frosted donuts for some investors in 2014 -- the stock has fallen about nine percent to start the year.