U.S. stocks opened higher Wednesday as China tries new stimulus for its economy. The country announced it will inject $21.80 billion into the financial system. Durable goods orders for July came in stronger than expected at .6%. Retailer Express (EXPR) says its profits tripled in the recent quarter something it attributes to fewer promotions and an improved product mix. Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) posted a loss but said its Hollister brand is improving. Fiat Chrysler is planning a new plug-in hybrid minivan, an updated Dodge Charger and new Jeep SUVs. Executives didn't show what the new Jeep Wrangler would look like but said it would get 30 miles per gallon. Disney (DIS) is making a big push ahead of its 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' movie that opens in theaters in December. Disney will broadcast the 'unboxing' of the movie merchandise live on a Youtube channel.