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The week starts off quiet with no major reports on Monday but Tuesday kicks off with JPMorgan (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC) reporting.
Wall Street was flat at Friday's Opening Bell despite blue chip General Electric's (GE) huge announcement before the bell.
No major earnings reports are expected Friday but traders will be watching for fresh economic data.
Q1 earnings season is underway after starting on a downbeat note with Alcoa's (AA) results.
Alcoholic beverage producer Constellation Brands (STZ) is setting the bar high.
A bullish call for Pier 1 (PIR), downgrade for AMC Entertainment (AMC) and initiations for Marathon Oil (MRO) and Hess (HES) all in Thursday's Analysts' Actions.
Stocks ended a choppy session on Wall Street in positive terrain after struggling to find direction.
The guessing game on when the Fed will raise rates is in full force as Wall Street eyes the release of the Fed minutes from its March meeting.
Stocks were around the flat line at Wednesday's midday trading as investors wait for the release of the Fed Minutes.
Stocks were in a holding pattern but slightly higher at Wednesday's opening bell as traders wait for the Fed minutes and earnings season to get underway.