Kroger and Dollar General are among the companies reporting as the holiday shopping season picks up.
As the prospect of a strike by the US and its allies against elements in the Middle Eastern nation increase, global shares have taken a beating.
Investors weigh the consequences of a possible military action in response to the use of chemical weapons.
Wall Street awaits a slew of economic data coming out this morning.
In a somewhat overbought market, concentrate on stocks that offer unusual value.
US markets are set to decline at the open as investors seek hints from the Fed about how long its stimulus program will last.
Falling metals prices have recently pressured returns from companies north of the border, leaving many stocks undervalued.
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