U.S. markets opened mixed on Friday as investors digested the latest comments from Fed officials on when the central bank might raise interest rates. Investors are also cautiously awaiting consumer ... more 
U.S. markets opened mixed on Friday as investors digested the latest comments from Fed officials on when the central bank might raise interest rates. Investors are also cautiously awaiting consumer sentiment data to gauge if the economy is back on track for stronger growth. But some stocks are starting Friday on a positive note. Both KB Homes and Finish Line reported earnings which pleased investors. KB Home says its now on track to meet 2014 goals. Finish Line's CEO credits the athletic apparel company's relationship with Macy's for expanding market share. At the Nasdaq, Michaels, the nation's largest arts and crafts retailer is trading for its first day. Michael's priced at $17 a share, at the lower end of expectations. Susannah Lee reports from Wall Street. less 
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Fri, Jun 27, 2014 10:26 AM EDT