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With the race for the White House tightening, markets could be in for a bumpy road ahead in the near term.
The S&P 500 energy sector shed more than about half a percent on Tuesday amid concerns about a supply glut.
Volkswagen dropped on Tuesday after a report said the U.S. government is assessing a criminal fine against the German carmaker.
Rice Energy shares slid by more than 7 percent after buying Vantage Energy for about $2.7 billion, including debt.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Clinton appears to have edged out Trump in the first presidential debate, based on analysts' take on the market reaction.
The Mexican peso reversed losses against the U.S. dollar to trade more than 1 percent stronger against the greenback amid the presidential debate.
Dow futures turned positive as Hillary Clinton appeared to gain momentum in the early minutes of the debate with Donald Trump.
For Wall Street, Monday night’s first presidential debate was a bit like a dress rehearsal for the election.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including: KITE, JUNO, COL, TWTR and more.
Shares of Sally Beauty spiked 6 percent Monday after an announcement it would join the S&P MidCap 400, replacing R.R. Donnelley & Sons.
The ETFs tracking banks and regional banks both fell below their 50-day moving averages on Monday.
Hedge funds may not like Donald Trump, but they are among the investors building a big short in the Mexican peso.
Columbia Pipeline Partners jumped intraday Monday after TransCanada said its unit offered to buy it for $848 million in cash.
Chemtura soared in the premarket Monday after accepting a $2.5 billion buyout offer from German chemical maker Lanxess.
Cal-Maine Foods shares slumped in premarket trading on Monday after the egg producer's fiscal first-quarter results fell short of expectations.
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