China Rebounds, But US Markets Set To Fall Again

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The good news: After Monday’s stomach-churning fall in Shanghai, stocks rebounded .6%, helped by a strong manufacturing number.

Meanwhile, European stocks are generally down, following an unexpectedly weak manufacturing report, and US futures are pointed lower as well, which would make three down days in a row, while helping to establish the September curse.

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