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U.S. stock futures were higher on Tuesday with traders returning from a long holiday weekend. Bullish comments from the Australian central bank put a bid under global markets.

Investors enter the month of May with uncertainty building in the future direction of the market. The Senate is set to vote on financial reform this week as Greece gets a bailout deal.

U.S. markets dip and then bounce back this week on positive economic news and earnings reports. The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is moving towards the coastline, pulling down BP shares.

Strong earnings in the technology sector are announced this week. Goldman Sachs fraud charges may not be as strong as the markets initially feared. Economic data continues to point to signs of a rebound.

U.S. markets dive on Friday after the government charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors. Weakening consumer sentiment spells more trouble for the labor market.

The Dow knocks on the door of 11,000. Greek bonds rally on bailout speculation. The dollar falls and gold futures climb to the highest level since December.

Foreign markets are mostly higher today and U.S. stock futures rise on economic optimism. New car sales and jobs reports will be in focus for this holiday shortened week.

Treasury prices posted a big loss this week as investors are worried about U.S. budget deficits. Dividend yield climbs as companies increase dividend payments.

Foreign markets are mostly lower today and U.S. stock futures point to a weak open. The U.S. House of Representatives passes controversial health reform bill over the weekend.

U.S. markets edged higher this week despite a down Friday. February's producer prices surprise observers as inflation looks like it will remain tame.

Asian stocks fall on news that China and India will try to curb inflation, while European stocks and U.S. futures are flat. United States lawmakers threaten China with tariffs.

Global stocks are up on Monday as Europe floats a plan to bail out Greece. Copper spikes higher on supply concerns while the euro and pound fall against the dollar on budget deficit fears.

Stocks end the week higher despite mixed economic news. The Fed raises the discount rate signaling an exit strategy to a loose money policy.

Stock markets and commodities begin the month of February bearish on concerns over European public debt. The U.S. unemployment rate unexpectedly falls to 9.7 percent.

Stock markets continue a January downward trend despite positive economic news. The world's elites gather for the World Economic Forum at Davos to talk about banking regulation and sovereign debt risk.