Stocks Are Completely Ignoring Apple: Here Are The 10 Trades To Watch

U.S. stocks were up despite starting off the morning with lower-than-expected earnings from Citi. Apple shares are down less than 3.0%, even though the company announced Jobs’ medical absence yesterday.


  • Dow up 0.51%
  • NASDAQ up 0.02%
  • S&P 500 flat
  • CAC up 0.94%
  • FTSE up 1.18%
  • DAX up 0.92%

Basic Materials on the rise, followed by industrial goods

The Big Trade: Euro near its highest level in a month against the dollar

BIG WINNER: Vodafone Group shares up on Barron's rating

BIG WINNER: Novo Nordisk up nearly 5% after being added to Bank of America's Europe 1 list

BIG LOSER: Delta posted profits below analyst estimates

BIG LOSER: Citi stock down after fourth quarter earnings report

Sector Mover: Vanguard Materials ETF up 0.35%

Country Mover: PowerShares India higher

Energy: Crude oil climbing after falling from 27-month high

Metals: Gold on the rise as physical demand increases in Asia

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