Stocks to join world markets rally as gold, oil rise, dollar declines


U.S. stocks are set to follow world markets higher Monday as the dollar fell and commodity prices rose across the board, with gold setting yet another new high. Further, economists expect job losses to peak in the first quarter, which could keep rates low for some time. Housing data will also be in focus later this morning.

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