BC-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Tuesday, March 26
The Commerce Department reports its February tally of newly started residential construction projects. The Conference Board issues its March snapshot of U.S. consumer confidence. Carnival delivers its fiscal first-quarter results.
Viacom shares jumped after the company reached a carriage deal with AT&T that would avert a blackout of its channels including Comedy Central and MTV to AT&T customers.
Boeing shares have slumped, but Wall Street thinks the company can answer safety concerns about its best-selling plane without losing many orders. Airlines have limited choices when it comes to buying airliners.
Winnebago Industries (WGO)
Ascena Retail (ASNA)
Cousins Properties (CUZ)
Integrated Device Technology (IDTI)
Nu Skin Enterprises (NUS)
T. Rowe Price International Stock (PRITX)
This “Bronze”-rated fund has delivered solid returns and has relatively modest expense ratios, “giving it an ongoing edge,” Morningstar says.
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