BC-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Wednesday, Nov. 21
The Conference Board issues its monthly index of leading economic indicators. The National Association of Realtors reports its latest tally of U.S. home sales. The Commerce Department serves up its monthly snapshot of durable goods orders to U.S. factories.
Target’s stock is having its worst day in more than a year after the retailer’s latest quarterly results fell short of Wall Street’s forecasts.
You got a raise! Investors wince.
Workers are finally making bigger paychecks. That’s good for them but an “uh-oh” for investors. Rising wages can hurt companies’ profits and lead to inflation.
Ross Stores (ROST)
L Brands (LB)
Campbell Soup (CPB)
Boston Scientific (BSX)
Agilent Technologies (A)
Duke Energy (DUK)
American Century Short Duration (ACSNX)
This fund has relied on out-of-index sectors to generate returns, Morningstar says, giving it a more aggressive profile than it has had in years past.
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