DEERE IN HEADLIGHTS: EARNINGS MISS, CHINA TRADE TALK SHARE CENTER STAGE FRIDAY

The market has been tough on companies that didn't quite meet expectations this earnings season, and Friday provided further examples. It's not necessarily that firms aren't doing well, but the bar has been raised and if you're a company that doesn't climb over that bar, you're likely to get punched. read more

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