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Byline: Franz Jonathan G. de la Fuente
STOCK TRADING will be driven by foreign news headlines when it resumes today after the stock exchange was closed yesterday due to incessant rains that put many areas in Metro Manila under water.
Analysts said investors will take their cues from US markets that closed higher for the second straight session on Monday and were poised to climb further on Tuesday based on index futures.
"The market should be up a little given that US markets were also up," said Eduardo V. Francisco, president of BDO Capital & Investment Corp., in a text message yesterday.
US markets continued to climb on Monday in second-wind …