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Yahoo!, eBay and IBM will lead a parade of reports, and the CPI could sway the Fed.
The larger-than-expected drop in PPI may be welcome, but price pressures still loom.
The deficit widens even as the dollar tanks.
The investment chief says GDP and earnings will slow, while rates and commodity prices rise.
Fourth-quarter earnings are expected to be strong. It's the first quarter you should worry about.
Will the onset of earnings shake stocks from their funk?
The economy adds 157,000 jobs, which should calm inflation fears.
Employment growth looks likely to remain sluggish in Friday's report.
Concerns about market speculation suggest more rate hikes are inevitable.
Most of the past year's hottest stocks were new to the market.