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.
Moths, caterpillars and fruit flies could soon take the place of millions of mice used every year by scientists testing drugs, researchers said Tuesday.
Since the Lehman collapse, former CEO Richard Fuld has been largely out of the public eye, although he has been spotted at “power lunch” restaurants in New York and was interviewed by a Reuters reporter in remote Ketchum, Idaho.
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Looking for a sign the economy is turning around, investors keenly await the jobs number for August.
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Back-to-school sales, weekly jobless data, and an ECB interest rate decision are among the highlights expected on Thursday.
At least 20 of the 30 biggest hedge funds boosted their positions in financial institutions in the last quarter, a sign that Wall Street is ready to bet on more risky sectors in the hope of longer-term rewards.
Ahead of Friday’s employment report investors will look to the ADP survey and Challenger report, as well as the FOMC minutes, for direction.