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Fourth Quarter Focus Should Shift From Deutsche and Oil Back to Corporate Earnings

It's the last trading day of the quarter, and portfolio managers like to window-dress which usually leads to a continuation of trends from the quarter. The U.S. market has been up since June 30th, especially the Nasdaq, and it's no surprise that traders want to end the quarter on a [...]
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