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Third quarter earnings likely to move markets, strategist says

Corporate earnings traditionally dictate where the stock market goes, but oil, central banks and global factors have taken center stage so far this year. But Craig Erlam, sr. market analyst at Oanda, based in London thinks investors are anxious for an earnings rebound. "I think people want to start seeing earnings growth again. Video provided by TheStreet        
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