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It's been minimal since the 2008 crash. Job insecurity at home and low global demand for goods and services are keeping price pressures at bay.
The government is selling a plane that for decades transported presidents, first ladies, foreign dignitaries and members of Congress.
Wal-Mart, Nordstrom, and Kohl's report earnings. E-commerce sales figures to be released. Boeing's Dreamliner is cleared to fly.
Stocks have pushed high enough that investors have to plan for a pullback in the not-too-distant future.
AB InBev is downgraded to 'conviction sell,' and Boeing is upgraded to 'buy.'
Investors are digesting a slew of earnings as they await jobless claims data.
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