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U.S. stock futures are higher this morning ahead of the latest Case-Shiller release and new data on consumer confidence.Investors are still keeping their eye on crude oil prices which fell below $104 a barrel. U.S. diplomat Chris Stevens will be meeting with Libyan rebels today.
Halliburton cut its earnings outlook because it expects to take a hit from the problems in the Middle East and Amazon launched its new online music service.
Here is a roundup of today’s early earnings news:
- Phillip Van Heusen beat expectations
- Lennar Corp beat expectations
- Lululemon announced a stock split
- Home Depot announced a share buy back plan