Money & Markets modules for Friday, July 13


The Labor Department issues its monthly snapshot of prices paid for goods imported to the U.S. The University of Michigan releases its latest U.S. consumer sentiment index. Wells Fargo, Citigroup and JPMorgan report quarterly results.


New York-based CA Technologies' shares soared to an 18-year high after Silicon Valley chipmaker Broadcom said it would pay nearly $19 billion in cash to buy it in a bid to become a world-leading IT infrastructure provider.


Instagram Inc.?

It's not often that a $1 billion purchase looks cheap in retrospect. But Facebook's 2012 acquisition of Instagram easily clears that bar.



Comcast (CMCSA)

L Brands (LB)

Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK)

Commerce Bancshares (CBSH)

Papa John's (PZZA)

Cato (CATO)

Zumiez (ZUMZ)


Metropolitan West Low Duration Bond (MWLDX)

Morningstar recently upgraded this fund's rating to "Bronze," saying its process has improved thanks to a greater focus on liquidity and diversification.

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