Updated from 7:02 a.m. EST
Stocks traded down on Monday as the growing list of victims in Wall Street's biggest Ponzi scheme made headlines throughout the day.
Volumes were fairly light as investors stood on the sidelines waiting to see what the
will do with interest rates today.
Other significant data is expected this week as well.
is holding a full outlook meeting today, and earnings reports are expected from
this morning and
on Wednesday. Investors continue to wait for a decision out of Washington on possible auto aid sometime this week.
Meanwhile, the U.S. dollar weakened on Monday, particularly against the euro and pound.
With this in mind, we thought we'd take a look at some of the stocks people have been searching for on
and see what
, including this take:
"I am cheering the weak dollar. It could be the reason there is a bid for everything from
"Just all good news -- provided, again, that the trend stays the same."
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Tuesday, shares of Schering-Plough, Lilly, Merck, Heinz and Kellogg all closed up:
Schering-Plough: $17.44/share (up 2.77%)
Lilly: $37.19/share (up 5.29%)
Merck: $27.89/share (up 4.85%)
Heinz $38.52/share (up 5.36%)
Kellogg: $43.93/share (up 4.22%)
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