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There will be a data deluge before we ease toward Labor Day weekend.
New truck orders are down, and rail car loadings continue to slide.
There's weakness in the United States, but the eurozone still holds strong.
After U.S. GDP shrank 0.7% in the first quarter, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace breaks down his read on the current state of the economy.
What does this mean for just-in-time manufacturing world?
Still, the Fed effect should continue to prop up the market.
Navistar is expensive, but its technicals and fundamentals are both improving.
Following last week's Mid America Truck Show, investors are bulled up on the space. In addition, European truck registrations in February also showed continued strength.
The prospective new EPA regulations, combined with the aging U.S. fleet, may prove to be a potent mix.
Economic data out next week includes retail sales and industrial production for January, two reports that Chris Versace, RealMoney Pro contributor, says will be important to watch.
Legislation forges ahead on legislation to resolve royalty payments.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures down 1; Nasdaq futures up 6 -- Apple (AAPL) is up $10 in premarket on an initiation and China rumors; Nikkei up 0.5% (more easing ...