Multinationals and industrials to set earnings tone -portfolio manager

Multinationals and industrials to set earnings tone -portfolio manager

Earnings season heats up this week with a key focus on multinational and industrial companies providing clues on the health of U.S. businesses, Fiduciary Trust Intertnational's Amy Kong told Reuters' Conway G.
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