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But the market quickly recovers, with the Dow ending up 152 points, after the Associated Press says its twitter account was hacked.
Stocks are higher as investors appear to be more cheered by corporate earnings reports than they are disappointed by global manufacturing data.
Let's go over what it did right that the Street didn't expect.
US stocks are set to open down on global growth concerns as investors await US housing reports.
The video streaming company added 3 million new subscribers, sending shares soaring late Monday. Apple reports after the close.
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Investors remain jittery as they await the central bank's policy decision and Chairman Bernanke's press conference.
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