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The "Fast Money " traders shared their first moves for the market open.
Pete Najarian was a buyer of U.S. Steel.
Tim Seymour was a buyer of EOG Resources.
David Seaburg was a buyer of the Energy Select Sector SPDR.
Guy Adami was a buyer of Community Health Systems.
Trader disclosure: On June 27, 2017, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC's "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders: Pete Najarian is long calls AA, AVGO, BAC, BUD, C, CENX, CHK, CPN, EOG, ETE, FSLR, GS, LNG, LULU, MDLZ, MT, MU, RF, SFM, TECK, UNP, X, XLF. Pete Najarian is long stock AAP, AAPL, BAC, CELG, DIS, DLTR, FSLR, GILD, GIS, GE, GM, IBM, K, KMX, KO, KORS, KR, KSU, LEN, LUXTY, MRK, MSFT, PEP, PFE, RL, SCSS, UAL, UNP, V, WDC, WFT. Pete owns LOW puts. Pete sold AMLP, bought XLF and AA calls. Tim Seymour is long ABX, AAPL, APC, AVP, BAC, BBRY, C, CLF, CVX, DO, DVYE, EDC, EWN, EWZ, F, FB, FCX, FXI, GM, GOOGL, GE, INTC, LOW, LQD, MAT, MOS, MCD, MUR, OIH, PG, RACE, RAI, RH, RL, SINA, SQ,T, TWTR, VALE, VRX, VZ, XOM. Tim is short: EEM, SPY, XRT. Opinions expressed by David Seaburg are solely his own and do not reflect the views and opinions of Cowen Group, Inc. David Seaburg and Cowen have a financial interest in EDIT. Diamond Offshore: an employee of Cowen and Company, LLC serves on the Board of Directors of Diamond Offshore. Guy Adami is long CELG, EXAS, GDX, INTC. Guy Adami's wife, Linda Snow, works at Merck.