Indications: Stock futures flat before Bernanke; Apple in focus

Indications: Stock futures flat before Bernanke; Apple in focus

New York City : NY : USA | Jan 14, 2013 at 3:28 AM PST
Source: MarketWatch
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In Asia, mainland Chinese shares surged after a regulator said the country will grant foreigners greater access to its stock markets. The Shanghai Composite Index  have started to cut production of liquid-crystal display panels for Apple due to slower sales of the iPhone 5, the Nikkei reported in... FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch
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