US markets are poised to rise at the open on growing signs the Western military action is no longer imminent.
Stocks rebound slightly from the steep sell-off in the first two days of the week.
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.
Chambers inserted a pessimist cyclical outlook into a secular growth story.
The region's markets have been runaways since the bottom in the S&P 500.
The lack of adequate strength in the world's key economies make this an unresolved picture.
Finding companies that qualify will be tough in this market.
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