BC-APFN-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Thursday, Oct. 11
The Labor Department issues its monthly snapshot of U.S. consumer prices. Delta Air Lines and Walgreens Boots Alliance report quarterly results.
Shares in Sears Holdings plunged after The Wall Street Journal reported that the struggling retailer is preparing a bankruptcy filing.
Stitch Fix is on the hunt for more shoppers overseas.
The online clothing styling service said it will expand to United Kingdom late next year with fashions for women and men.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday:
Sears Holdings (SHLD)
Esterline Technologies (ESL)
Campbell Soup (CPB)
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Church & Dwight (CHD)
Hartford Core Equity (HAIAX)
Morningstar calls this fund “Not flashy, but solid.” Its “relatively conservative” portfolio earns a “Bronze” rating with a “healthy dose” of utilities and banks.
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