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On Thursday, the Federal Reserve will release its interest-rate decision, and many believe it could announce plans for a third round of quantitative easing, QE3, that could help stimulate the economy. Economists have given QE3 a 60% chance of implementation when the Fed speaks on Thursday.
Bank of America
Outside the Dow, Facebook
Keep an eye on Facebook shares tomorrow to see whether they continue their upward trend as evidence of increased investor confidence, as well as the decision from the German court, which should come out before American markets open.
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