Transportation stocks jumped Monday, but some "Fast Money" traders believe the rally in transports may prove short-lived.
The U.S. economy may have an industrial-sized problem.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Friday as hopes of stimulus in the euro zone and further recovery in oil prices continued to boost recently battered global equities.
Recession talk has been circling the stock market during its rapid decline, but those concerns could be allayed.
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U.S. stocks closed near session lows Thursday as investors eyed oil prices and economic data, after the Fed raised rates on Wednesday.
Stocks are weak today as markets are dealing with three issues.
U.S. stocks closed lower, with selling accelerating in late afternoon trade after oil broke below $40 a barrel and there was more evidence of a weak manufacturing sector in the Fed's Beige Book.
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U.S. stocks closed higher Friday for a third week of gains as mixed data pushed out expectations for the timing of the first rate hike.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat to slightly higher open, with traders keenly anticipating the release of a range of economic data.
"It looks like Q3 GDP is going to be a bust. That's the problem," Michael O'Rourke, chief market strategist at JonesTrading, said.
As third-quarter earnings season gets underway next week, traders are bracing for more volatility in a range-bound market.
As earnings kick off, "Fast Money" traders looked at JPMorgan Chase, Delta Air Lines and other stocks that could pop after results.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, attempting to put a steady start to the fourth quarter, as investors looked ahead to Friday's jobs report.
U.S. stocks closed mixed, but posted solid gains for the week, as strong earnings boosted the Nasdaq to another record high.
Consumer prices are the big news for markets, as traders look for signs that could prompt a Fed hike rate.
Call it a one-two punch against coal. As global demand for U.S. coal exports sags, domestic demand at power plants has been sliding as well.
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The stock market could turn back to domestic matters in the coming week, and some strategists say it may like what it sees.