Wall Street set for a higher open ahead of stress test results

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U.S. stock futures were pointing to yet another higher open on Wall Street Thursday morning ahead of the stress test results. Investors were reassured by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner who said no banks at risk of insolvency and by more leaks that verified most of what was expected. As investors digest General Motors (GM) first quarter big loss, they also focus on chain store sales.

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