A Donald Trump win could spark an immediate sell-off of up to 5 percent for the S&P 500, according to analysts at Citi, who also warn on slower growth or even recession for the U.S. (CNBC)
With four days left until Election Day, Trump and Hillary Clinton are going to blitz swing states today. While Trump leads in the reliably GOP states of Arizona and Texas, Clinton runs neck and neck in Georgia, according to new polls. (NBC News)
The U.S. government believes cyber hackers from Russia or elsewhere may try to undermine next week's presidential election and is mounting an unprecedented effort to counter their meddling, American officials told NBC News.
GoPro (GPRO) was plunging about 20 percent in premarket trading, after the action camera maker reported disappointing quarterly results and revenue, and gave weak holiday quarter and 2016 guidance due to production issues for its newest products. (CNBC)
Starbucks (SBUX) was rising in the premarket, after reporting better-than-expected earnings and revenue. Same-store sales were higher. The board also approved a 25 percent dividend increase. (CNBC)
CBS (CBS) beat expectations with earnings and revenue. Meanwhile, CEO Les Moonves said the media giant is still in the early stages of considering a merger with Viacom (VIAB), a deal favored by its controlling shareholders.
Dalian Wanda Group is buying for $1 billion Dick Clark Productions, the company that produces the "Miss America" pageant and the "Golden Globe Awards." The Chinese conglomerate bought AMC Theaters in January. (NY Times)
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn increased his stake in Herbalife (HLF) again — this time buying about $100 million worth of shares, upping his stake to 23.1 percent. Herbalife also said its COO will take over for the CEO who's stepping down next year. (CNBC)
Two prominent U.S. lawmakers
Three senators are asking regulators for hundreds of termination notices that Wells Fargo (WFC) filed with an industry overseer over the last five years as employees left the company in connection with its sales scandal. (NY Times)
The battle for voice-activated digital assistant supremacy kicks off today as Alphabet's (GOOGL) standalone Google Home speaker becomes available for $129, going after Amazon's (AMZN) $179.99 Echo speaker. (USA Today)