The financial sector will be well represented, with quarterly reports due from the likes of Goldman Sachs and American Express, as well as the tech sector.
Earnings in the sector are going to be bad after the recent mortgage turmoil. But amid all the dark news is the possibility of a stock bounce.
The research team at the French financial services company rolls out its investment recommendations for the 'Big 4' US banks.
By keeping low-level workers out of its illustrious asset-management services, the company dampens the finance sector's appeal.
US markets are set for another day of gains as expectations of a Western military action eased.
The difference is so small that it's almost meaningless, but lending executives are still surprised at how low the rates are.
US markets are set for a higher open as investors return from the Labor Day long weekend to assess the possible military strike against Syria and 2 acquisitions.
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