MarketWatch Market Updates
Newscast: Bank of America close to a deal08/21/14
Nestle has become the latest big food company to adopt animal welfare standards. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.
Newscast: What's this? We are buying PCs again
For the first time in almost three years, Hewlett Packard says its computer sales are up; and the Tooth Fairy is leaving less under the pillow this year. Andrew O'Day reports.
Newscast: Ford plans a new dedicated hybrid
Ford plans a new hybrid to compete with the Prius; Bank of America reportedly near a huge mortgage settlement
Newscast: UPS suffers security breach
UPS says a data breach has affected roughly 105,000 customer transactions at 51 UPS stores. And the tooth fairy is getting stingier. Steve Orr reports.
Newscast: Stocks mixed after Fed minutes
Steve Orr reports on Wall Street's split decision. And Hewlett Packard posts unexpected quarterly revenue growth.
Newscast: Fed minutes stir, do not shake market
Stocks wobble then recover as investors read the latest Fed minutes. Adrienne Mitchell reports.
Newscast: Fed minutes land with a thud
Stocks retreat as investors read the latest Fed minutes. Adrienne Mitchell reports
Newscast: Stocks edge up, school shoppers not done
Stocks eke out gains. We haven't gotten through our back-to-school shopping lists. Adrienne Mitchell reports.
Newscast: Wall Street gives back recent gains
Target is still reeling from last year's major data breach. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.
Newscast: The boss is on vacation - but not really
Wall Street may pause after two days of big gains. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.
Newscast: Fewer mortgage delinquents
New research finds more Americans are catching up on mortgage payments, and fliers paying the new TSA fees may be getting overcharged. Andrew O'Day reports.
Newscast:Home mortgage delinquency rate is falling
Fewer home owners are falling behind on their mortgages; Macy's settles racial profiling charges
Newscast: Nasdaq notches fifth straight win
Steve Orr reports hourly pay is up, but in "real terms" our pay is down since the Recession ended in 2009.
Newscast: Stocks head higher again
Elizabeth Arden blames -- in part -- weak sales of Taylor Swift and Justin Beiber fragrances for its worst-ever quarterly loss. And PetSmart is exploring its options, including a sale of the company. Steve Orr reports.
Newscast: Stocks higher, McCafe coming to stores
Stocks up for second straight day. McDonald's coffee coming to supermarkets. Adrienne Mitchell reports.
Newscast: No Beliebers on Wall Street
Stocks up. Sales stink for Elizabeth Arden's celebrity fragrances. Adrienne Mitchell reports.
Newscast: Stocks up on housing, inflation news
Stocks extend gains. Taylor Swift launches a social-media blitz. Adrienne Mitchell reports.
Newscast: The housing sector is on a roll.
Sales of orange juice have bottomed out. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.
Newscast: Home Depot tops earnings forecasts
Taylor Swift is turning to social media to promote her next album. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.
Newscast: Orange juice glass less than half full
The wireless industry is now in a full pricing war and to you go the spoils, and it seems like nobody's buying orange juice anymore.
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