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Earnings news is likely to dominate the scene in what looks to be a relatively quiet week. But some market experts are feeling glum amid the rally.
If crude oil continues to fall, Wall Street may be able to extend its gains.
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The upcoming week is another hectic one for earnings and economic data. Plus, the FOMC will meet Tuesday.
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A slew of financials and tech names will report, and those could well determine the direction of the market. Consumer sentiment is also on tap.
Earnings will arrive in force, and traders will again be focusing on oil prices, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Also, Bernanke testifies before Congress.
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