What market selloff?

The major indices were rising once again Friday, market the sixth-consecutive session of gains with about four hours left in trading. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.65%, or 163 points, to 25,364, while the Nasdaq gained 0.44%, or 33 points, to 7,289 and the S&P 500 rose 0.6%, or 16 points, to 2,747. 

Here are the stories investors are watching today.

Coca-Cola Beats Expectations

Coca-Cola's (KO) CEO sat down with Brian Sozzi to discuss his company's strong quarter. 

Is This the End of Campbell Soup?

Campbell's  Soup's (CPB)  chart doesn't look well, Stephen Guilfoyle discusses whether the company is in a death spiral. 

Market Resurgence Being Led by Apple

The market is back on track, and it is being led by Action Alerts PLUS holding Apple (AAPL) .

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