Reports on services industries and private payrolls may shed some light on growth and the timing of the next hike as traders await Friday's jobs data.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday, including: MU, SHLD, ACIA, TMH.
Shares of Team Health spiked 16 percent late Thursday after a report that the company is discussing its sale with private equity firms.
"If the market retrenches 5 to 10 percent, we would think of that as the market being on sale," global strategist Samantha Azzarello tells CNBC.
Bank stocks were a bright spot in the markets, as the Dow Jones industrial average shed about 85 points on Tuesday.
Investors have suffered through five straight quarters of earnings declines, but the profits recession may be ending soon.
Raymond James lowers its rating for Wells Fargo to underperform from market perform.
Darden Restaurants jumped Tuesday after it reported earnings and raised its outlook. It also announced a new $500 million buyback plan.
The International Monetary Fund sees growth slowing in the United States and the euro zone this year.
Central bankers have turned investing into a game with an unpleasant outcome likely, the bond king said.
Morgan Stanley told investors better-than-expected corporate earnings will push the stock market to new highs.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including: QCOM, CNAT, TMH.
Traders may focus again on Deutsche Bank on Tuesday, as German markets reopen and the countdown to Friday's employment report continues.
Shares of Taser International plunged 14 percent Monday after the NYPD announced it would award its body camera contract to Vievu.
Shares of Transocean sank after the offshore oil services firm announced Reliance Industries has dropped a contract for one of its drilling ships.
Active fund managers have been getting clobbered this year, with just 16 percent outperforming basic indexes in 2016.
The specter of a sudden freeze in the rapid-fire world in which big banks conduct business has frayed nerves in the market.
The average IPO is outperforming -- up an average of 41 percent -- and 83 percent are trading above their IPO price, according to Renaissance Capital.
In a time wrought with worry over certain stocks posing threats to global markets, positive trends in market indicators suggest a healthy recovery.
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