Money & Markets modules for Saturday, Jan. 6


Lubricant maker WD-40 reports its quarterly results, as do JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo. The Labor Department's weekly report on applications for jobless benefits, a proxy for layoffs, comes out Thursday.


Corona brewer Constellation Brands plunged to its lowest price in a month after it reported weak third-quarter sales and gave a disappointing outlook for its wine and spirits division.


Continental opportunity

Stock prices in Europe haven't quite caught up to the surprising economic success story that has unfolded in the region, making them a possible alternative to stocks elsewhere that are looking expensive.


Constellation Brands (STZ)

Sonic (SONC)

Francesca's (FRAN)

Sears (SHLD)

Momenta Pharmaceuticals (MNTA)

Barnes & Noble (BKS)

Core-Mark (CORE)

TiGenix (TIG)


Vanguard Global ex-US Real Estate Index (VGXRX)

Morningstar calls this a "sound choice" for exposure to non-U.S. real estate securities. Its fees are also lowest in its class, but emerging markets exposure means it has more risk than peers.

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