The markets were mixed today amidst investors digesting news from Europe.
In economic news, the Treasury Department said that the deficit grew by $232 billion in February, increasing the imbalance through the first five months of the budget year to $581 billion, or 9 percent less versus the same period in 2011.
In corporate news, Zoll Medical (ZOLL) agreed to a buyout offer of $93 per share from Japan's Asahi Kasei Corporation.
Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) is trading higher after Citigroup (NYSE:C) raised the price target on the stock $4 to $50, due to expections of higher first quarter sales.
Michael Kors (NYSE:KORS) shares are lower after several major shareholders announced that they would be selling their shares earlier than expected.
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