BC-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Saturday, April 6
THE WEEK AHEAD
The Labor Department issues its February snapshot of job openings on Tuesday. The Federal Reserve releases the minutes from its last meeting of policymakers on Wednesday. JPMorgan Chase reports its first-quarter results Friday.
Shares in Snapchat owner Snap Inc. jumped to a nearly eight-month high after unveiling plans to expand into online gaming.
Walmart wins in curbside delivery
Walmart’s success with curbside grocery pickup is fueling growth in a business some analysts expect to be worth up to $35 billion by next year.
Duluth Holdings (DLTH)
Boston Beer (SAM)
Franklin Covey (FC)
Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY)
Hartford Midcap (HFMCX)
A strong team and focused approach make this a “decent” option, Morningstar says, but its growth limits its rating to “Bronze.”
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