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First there are rumors of a $99 tablet from Amazon, and then the company comes out denying the prospect. Is the price point feasible?
Core brand sales grew since 2011 and performance continues to ramp up.
US markets are set for a steady open after China's recent drop in PMI has reversed, and ahead of several US economic reports.
As homeowners look to renovate rather than sell for a loss, DIY companies are booming.
Stocks are set for a higher open as attention shifts to the Fed and the much anticipated policy statement.
These companies are showing positive signs of value recently and are expected to continue to grow.
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