Money & Markets modules for Wednesday, May 16


The Commerce Department releases its latest monthly tally of new residential construction projects. Cisco Systems and Macy's report quarterly results.


Home Depot skids after the home improvement retailer reported first-quarter sales that disappointed Wall Street and said the current quarter got off to a slow start.


Pain at the pump

Oil prices crossed the $70-a-barrel threshold last week, meaning more pain at the pump for car-driving commuters, as gasoline prices hit levels not seen in nearly four years.


KeyCorp. (KEY)

Home Depot (HD)

Newmont Mining (NEM)

Clorox (CLX)

D.R. Horton (DHI)

Microsoft (MSFT)

Agilent Technologies (A)

Crocs (CROX)


Fidelity Advisor International Growth (FIAGX)

Morningstar upgraded this fund's rating to "Silver," citing confidence in lead manager Jed Weiss, his strong industry experience and ability to tap Fidelity's deep research bench.

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