Stocks look to find solid footing this morning after tumbling yet again yesterday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
They don't call economics "the dismal science" for nothing, and luckily it's a pretty boring day on the economic data front. The international economic calendar is light, so outside of ongoing Greece-induced headlines, don't expect noise much from overseas. Domestically, weekly initial jobless claims released at 8:30 a.m. ET were expected to edge lower, to 365,000 from last week's 367,000 reading. Also on the docket at 10:00 a.m. are the Conference Board's Leading Indicator index and the Philly Fed Survey, which will shed some additional light on recent manufacturing trends.
In early trading, observers will key in on Wal-Mart
Away from the Dow, cloud-computing pioneer salesforce.com
Also releasing earnings tomorrow is semiconductor equipment supplier Applied Materials
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