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Stocks will look to economic news for direction Tuesday as earnings news remains light.
The major U.S. equity indices pick up where they left off as a stronger than anticipated read on manufacturing activity last month brings out the buyers.
U.S. stock futures point to a lower open ahead of data on domestic construction and manufacturing.
Chao Deng and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks on Monday's news.
Stocks finish the first quarter strong, helped by Friday's positive reports on consumer sentiment and spending.
The Dow notches its biggest quarterly point gain ever with the blue-chip index rising more than 990 points since the start of the year.
Research In Motion misses analysts' earnings expectations, and the CEO says he is open to selling the company but it's not a focus right now.
U.S. stock futures point to a lower open, following cues from the European market.
U.S. stock futures are wavering as the trend in durable goods orders still seems shaky.
Futures are slightly lower before the release of data on confidence.