CNN Money: Top business headlines for June 17

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    NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Monday, June 17.

    3 stocks people are buying now
    Three of the most popular stocks this past week had one thing in common: they all recorded steep declines, making them hot bargains. Investors swooped in, hoping to pocket quick gains if they recover this week. First Solar, lululemon and Facebook -- all had harsh news to contend with during the week, sending their stocks spiraling down. The low prices attracted investors, making them last week's most-bought stocks, according to data from online broker TD Ameritrade.

    Young Americans are ditching credit cards
    The number of young Americans who are living without credit cards has doubled since the recession, according to new research. About 16% of consumers ages 18 to 29 didn't have a single credit card by the end of 2012 -- up from 8% in 2007, according to data that credit score provider FICO collected from the credit files of millions of consumers.

    Nutrisystem will be available in 3,700 Walmart stores
    Nutrisystem Inc. said Thursday its Nutrisystem D 5-Day Jumpstart Weight Loss Kit will be available in 3,700 Walmart stores by the end of the month. The Fort Washington, Pa., company initially made the kit available in more than 2,000 Wal-Mart Stores Inc. locations in April.

    'Man of Steel' may give DC Comics more superpowers
    A blockbuster opening for "Man of Steel" this past weekend paves the way for Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros. to rev up its efforts to challenge Walt Disney Co.'s Marvel Entertainment in the superhero movie game. Warner Bros.' costly Superman reboot opened to an estimated $125.1 million, including $12 million from Thursday evening shows, in the U.S. and Canada, the second-biggest debut of the year behind Marvel's "Iron Man 3."

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