Money & Markets modules for Thursday, Dec. 22
The Commerce Department issues its latest estimate of third-quarter economic growth, and Rite Aid reports its quarterly earnings. The Labor Department releases its weekly tally of applications for unemployment benefits.
FedEx slumped after the package delivery company said its quarterly expenses climbed and its earnings fell short of Wall Street estimates.
VW looks past scandal
Volkswagen may be about to leave its embarrassing emissions-cheating scandal behind as its sales, earnings and stock price all recover.
Southwestern Energy (SWN)
Finish Line (FINL)
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals (MACK)
Causeway International Value (CIVVX)
This contrarian fund is underperforming for a third straight year, but Morningstar says such spells are to be expected and the fund's team has a "long record of success."
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