From Reuters.com

The day ahead: Thursday

September 16, 2009

Investors will eye FedEx and Palm quarterly results for signs of strength as well as data from the housing sector.

Graphic: China emissions targets

By Reuters Staff
September 16, 2009

An international goal to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius appears unreachable even if China embarks on a vast effort to tame its growing greenhouse gas emissions, a Beijing think-tank has said.

The day ahead: Wednesday

September 15, 2009

Consumer prices data and quarterly results from technology company Oracle are among the highlights expected on Wednesday.

The day ahead: Tuesday

September 14, 2009

On the anniversary of Lehman Brothers’ failure, investors will also be eyeing quarterly results from Best Buy and Adobe Systems.

The day ahead: Friday

September 10, 2009

The stock market may get a boost from consumer sentiment data, which is expected to be higher from the “cash-for-clunkers” program.

The day ahead: Thursday

September 9, 2009

Eyes will be on Motorola as it unveils new phones based on Google’s Android mobile software to boost its slipping market share.

Choosing a health plan

September 9, 2009

–Linda Stern is a freelance writer. Any opinions in the column are hers. You can follow Linda Stern’s financial notes on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/lindastern –

The day ahead: Wednesday

September 8, 2009

Investors will eye Google and Apple as they display their wares and await  the possible return of Apple’s master showman CEO Steve Jobs at a media event.

Graphic: Lab mice replacement

By Reuters Staff
September 8, 2009

Moths, caterpillars and fruit flies could soon take the place of millions of mice used every year by scientists testing drugs, researchers said Tuesday.