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Stock Market Futures Eyeing Earnings from AAPL, CAT, and YHOO

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Stock market futures today (Tuesday)forecasted a 291-point decrease from yesterday's close on lackluster earnings reports from several major companies.

Today, investors are all about earnings reports, including the highly anticipated quarterly update from Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL). Investors can also expect quarterly earnings reports from American Airlines Group Inc. (NYSE: AAL), Amgen Inc. (Nasdaq: AMGN), AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T), Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT), Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE), Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO).

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Greek Election and These Top Stories Send U.S. Stock Market Lower Today

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Good Morning! Following the Greek election yesterday, the U.S. stock market opened down today (Monday) from Friday's close.

What to Watch Today: Keep a keen eye on Greece. Over the weekend, Greek voters gave power to its far-left, anti-austerity party Syriza. The party, which received 36% of the vote, has promised to renegotiate terms of the nation's harsh bailout terms. Leaders across Europe have shared their concerns about the state of Greece's economy and how its new leadership is expected to affect the wider Eurozone.

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S&P 500 Gains 31 Points Today to Erase 2015 Losses

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The S&P 500 and other major benchmarks soared today on news the European Central Bank has launched a massive bond-purchasing program.

The ECB's stimulus package will clock in at 60 billion euros a month, up from the 50 billion euros a month many had anticipated. The bank also said it will keep interest rates unchanged.

Here are the other top stories from the stock market today…

Stock Market Futures Today Are Taking Cues from ECB

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Stock market futures today (Wednesday) forecasted a 74-point decline from yesterday's close on weak fourth-quarter revenues from tech giant International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM).

Thursday, the ECB is expected to announce its own massive bond-purchasing program to stimulate the currency bloc's dragging markets. But any move that doesn't deliver quantitative easing will no doubt shock markets.

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Stocks Market Futures Up Today on TWTR, GOOG, and SOTU News

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Good Morning! Stock market futures today (Tuesday) forecast a 90-point increase for the Dow Jones from Friday's close.

What to Watch Today: Investors will watch Wall Street earnings reports and investor confidence ahead of a major meeting by members of the European Central Bank later this week. Investors will also keep a close eye on tonight's State of the Union Address.

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Stock Market Futures Today Predict Another Triple-Digit Gain

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Good Morning! Stock market futures today forecast a 159-point surge for the Dow Jones Industrial Average over yesterday's close on rising optimism for the U.S. economy.

What to Watch Today: markets are on the rise as investors show confidence in the U.S. economy ahead of tomorrow's December U.S. jobs report. Yesterday, ADP reported private employers added 241,000 jobs in the United States in December, surpassing consensus expectations of 226,000.

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Stock Market Futures Down Today on Oil and Euro News

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Good Morning! Stock market futures today (Monday) forecast a 17-point decline for the U.S. stock markets.

What to Watch Today: Investors will react to the continued decline in oil prices and an update on new auto sales. Last week, crude oil prices hit their lowest levels since May 2009 as prices continues to retreat from June 2014 highs.

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Stock Market Futures Suggest Cheerful Kickoff to 2015 Trading

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Happy New Year! Stock market futures for Friday, Jan. 2, forecasted a 76-point gain for the first day of trading in 2015. The markets will look to set the tone for another strong year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index increased by 7.5% in 2014; meanwhile, both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite increased by more than 11% for the year.

Today, investors will react to a slew of economic data...

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Stock Market Today Closes 2014 with These Top Stories

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Good morning! Futures indicate the stock market today (Wednesday) will open up slightly on the final day of trading in 2014. Today, the markets will close at 2 p.m. ahead of the New Year's Holiday.

What to Watch Today: The markets are reacting to weekly jobless gains, which came in higher than expected at 298,000. European markets remained balanced this morning despite ongoing drama from Greece, where its political future remains uncertain.

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Stock Market Futures Down on Falling Oil and Greek Political Turmoil

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Stock market futures today are down 15 points, falling on Greek political turmoil and a continued decline in oil prices.

Among the top stories in the market today are new numbers from the holiday season, including optimistic news on Apple devices and shipping delivery estimates from two industry giants.

Here's what else will be moving markets today (Tuesday)...

Stock Market Futures Down Today on Greece Election Crisis

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Good morning! Stock market futures today (Monday) forecast a 53 point dip for the Dow Jones. On Friday, the Dow Jones and S&P 500 hit new records, while the Nasdaq hit its highest level in 14 years.

What to watch today: Investors will keep a close eye on events in Greece. On Monday, the nation's parliament will hold a vote to decide whether the body's leading coalition is able to gather enough votes to elect a new president.

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Stock Market Today Reacts to New Sony Hack

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Good morning! U.S. stock futures for Friday, Dec. 26, forecasted a 31-point gain. On Wednesday, the DJIA rose six points to close at a record high. Investor optimism continued on news that the economy is strengthening. Third-quarter GDP hit 5%, while the U.S. economy has seen 2.7 million new jobs added this year - its best performance since 1999.

Today, investors will keep an eye on the energy sector. Despite Wednesday's record-setting session, 20 of the largest 25 daily losers were energy stocks for the session. Large, multinational giants like Chevron Corp., Exxon Mobil Corp., and BP Plc were all up marginally in premarket hours as oil prices ticked upward Friday morning.

Stock Market Futures Up Today on Xiaomi, SPLS, and ABBV News

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Good morning! Stock market futures today (Monday) forecast a 52-point gain for the Dow Jones from Friday's close. Higher oil prices and news that the Russian ruble is on the rise are the main contributors.

What to watch today: Investors will pay attention to the Chicago Fed National Activity Index and an update on home sales in a Holiday-shortened week.

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