U.S. markets opened higher on Wednesday as investors focused on upbeat economic data out of China and as they awaited Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. Shares of Deere were lower at the open despite posting results which topped Wall Street forecasts. Deere also maintained its full year guidance. Shares of Home Depot opened to the upside after saying it would add 80,000 seasonal workers for the busy spring selling season. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from Wall Street.

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