Stocks to start lower on concerns over China-U.S. trade dispute

U.S. stocks are set to start lower Monday morning after a trade dispute between China and the U.S. began over the weekend just as the world economy is said to begin emerging from the recession. Investors also await a speech by President Obama about financial services reform.

More here: Before the bell: Chian-U.S. trade spat causes Street jitters
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