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The slowdown in growth in the world's second largest economy, however, is not as large as feared.
Bank earnings will set the tone for US trading, as well as inflation and consumer sentiment data.
The stakes are high for Detroit and for dealers because add-ons like navigation systems boost profit margins.
US markets are set to rally at the open after the Fed chairman said the central bank doesn't expect to raise rates any time soon.
The iPhone maker is developing a video camera that can not only compete with the Galaxy S4, but has Apple's expert advertising behind it.
Investors in these equity-based funds will benefit from a strengthening dollar.
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