NewsWatch: Stocks set to open higher as Treasury official says no plans to ban China listings on U.S. exchanges

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U.S. stock-indexes head slightly higher to end the month and quarter as a Treasury official said there were no immediate plans to prevent Chinese companies from listing on domestic exchanges, momentarily calming a fear that buckled the market on Friday. See full story.

The good news is the same as the bad news: This market looks just like 1998

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Gradually reducing your stock exposure may be wise, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.

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Ditching credit cards for facial recognition removes the last physical barrier between our bodies and Corporate America. See full story.