Among the topics our analysts discuss on this weekend's Motley Fool Money radio show:
- Now that European leaders have agreed to a $140 billion bailout of Greece, what does it mean for investors here at home? Will things start getting better, or is the worst financial pain yet to come for Europe?
- In a segment we're calling "This Week in Huge Companies You Don't Care About but Probably Own Shares Of," our analysts take a look at the latest earnings from General Electric
and Caterpillar (NYSE: GE) . How much are these two companies a proxy for the U.S. economy? (NYSE: CAT)
- After reporting record earnings, what did Apple
do for an encore? According to reports, Apple has joined the bidding for Hulu, the online video service. (Nasdaq: AAPL)
reported better-than-expected earnings thanks to strong corporate demand. How much will a slowing PC market affect the chipmaker? (Nasdaq: INTC)
- What was behind the strong earnings Philip Morris International
reported? Our international-investing analyst explains all. (NYSE: PM)
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