Wednesday Morning Reads – 2/18/15

I decided to do some of tomorrow's work tonight..... that being said it is still February 17th late in the evening.  I'm going out on a limb here with "stock futures are mostly flat before the opening bell".  Of course if I'm wrong I can just delete this opening remark and change it to a more appropriate one... but I won't regardless.  Of course you would never know.  Anyway......

Earnings reports continue to come in this week.  Last night (tonight) $FOSL took it on the chin and its stock price will open trade sharply lower.  As the season begins to wind down I think the focus will shift back to crude oil, the US Dollar, and interest rates.  We can discuss that after the bell.  Let's get focused for today!

Here is what I am reading this morning:

 Futures Little Changed

 U.S. To Bail Out Greece?

 U.S. Market Dangerous?

European Stocks Rally

Breaking Bad A Great Read from This Weekend

Treasury Yields on the Rise

Wheres the Beef?

Charts and More

Unusual Option Trade

Tech Firms in Terror Fight

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