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Defense industry cuts commence. Dish Network may pull its Clearwire offer. New Jersey approves online gambling. H&R Block and Staples to report earnings.
With the Fed Chairman appearing again in Washington, markets are set for a steady open Wednesday morning.
Sequestration means defense spending may be reduced by some $46 billion a year. Wall Street seems to be betting that many of the cuts won't materialize. The gains come as stocks rebound from Monday's slump.
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