Monday looks like another quiet day for economic announcements and earnings releases. Investors can anticipate several note auctions, Personal Income figures and a few mid-level earnings releases. The final trading day of the week saw strong early gains offset by late day selling. A plethora of corporate upgrades and takeover chatter were counteracted by international tensions. This time the bearish vibe emanated from old enemies North and South Korea. The DJIA, led higher by Chevron, fought to close up 9.15. the tech heavy Nasdaq dropped 2.28 and the broad based S&P 500 advanced 0.86.
Here are 7 stocks you need to know for Monday.
Pay school operator, ^APOL^, reports before the open with an expected EPS of 81 cents.
$1.34/share is the forecast before the bell figure for ^CALM^.
^T^, ^CAT^, and ^AKS^ are among the initial companies to list expenses resulting from the new health care reform measures. In AT&T’s case the expenses will be $1 billion for the first quarter.
^RSH^ has floated the ideas selling itself for $3 billion.
Credit Suisse raised its share price estimate for ^AAPL^ to $300.00.
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