Global stocks were mixed in early Tuesday trading as investors await the first of two appearances on Capitol Hill this week by new Fed chairman Jerome Powell.
U.S. stock futures are higher on Monday amid stabilizing bond yields.
The stock market drubbing comes as the healthcare services company's largest shareholder took a step suggesting that a shareholder insurgency could be coming.
Corporate buyers are now coming after sub-par companies.
Quarterly filings provide a window into new allocations made by insurgent fund managers Paul Singer, Glenn Welling, Barry Rosenstein and Keith Meister. Could M&A campaigns be next?