It keeps a neutral bias and some cite optimism in language about the second half of 2002.
Information on durable goods and home sales practically 'rules out' a double dip, economist says.
The stock loses 14% after the company issues guidance that falls short of estimates.
Everyone talks about capitulation but nobody does anything about it.
A research note says its deal with Wells Fargo might signal problems.
The fiduciary standard provides simple guidelines that seem to be getting harder to execute.
The company is slowed by sluggish brokerage results.
The company says he wrongly converted corporate funds for his own use.
Companies will post overall growth in the quarter, but some wonder if expectations are too high.
The averages are closing in on big-time support just as the consumer's getting antsy.