U.S. stocks are weak again today on disappointing economic news from China and worries over the upcoming corporate earnings season. As usual, Alcoa (NYSE:AA) kicks off quarterly profits reports after the bell today. Heading into the last hour of trading, all three major indices were off nearly half a percent.
Shares of Visa (NYSE:V) and MasterCard (NYSE:MA) dropped after UBS downgraded both stocks on slowing growth.
Tomorrow, in addition to corporate earnings, investors will be looking at a report on small business optimism.
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