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The "Fast Money " traders shared their first moves for the market open.
Pete Najarian was a buyer of UPS.
Tim Seymour was a buyer of Bank of America.
David Seaburg was a seller of Foot Locker.
Dan Nathan was a buyer of the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF.
Trader disclosure: On November 14, 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 AABA, AAPL, ABX, AFSI, AMAT, APC, BABA, BAC, BHP, BKD, CS, ESV, FAST, FB, FCX, GOOGL, HD, HIMX, IBM, INTC, JBLU, JD, MAC, MLCO, MRO, MSFT, MT, MU, NBR, NUAN, OA, ORCL, PFE, QRVO, RTN, S, SCCO, SFM, SNBR, UNP, UUP, WTW, XBI, XLF, XLV. Pete Najarian is long stock AAPL, BAC, BKE, CMCSA, CSX, DIS, FGP, GM, HAL, IBM, KO, MLCO, MRK, MSFT, MU, NKE, NTRS, PEP, PFE, SNBR, TPX, TRN, UPS, VIAB, WDC, WFC, WYNN. Pete owns TLT puts. Pete bought BKD. Tim Seymour is long AMZA, APC, BABA, BAC, C, CCJ, CLF, CMG, CSCO, DAL, DPZ, DVYE, EEM, EUFN, EWM, FB, FXI, GE, GILD, GM, GOOGL, HAL, INTC, LOW, M, MAT, MCD, MO, MOS, MPEL, PYPL, RAI, RH, RL, SBUX, SQ, T, TWTR, UA, UAL, VALE, VIAB, VOD, VRX, XLE. Tim Seymour is short IWM, XRT, RACE, SPY. Opinions expressed by David Seaburg are solely his own and do not reflect the views and opinions of Cowen Inc. David Seaburg has a financial interest in EDIT. Diamond Offshore: an employee of Cowen Inc. serves on the Board of Directors of Diamond Offshore. Dan Nathan is short SMH. Dan is long GE. Dan is long puts: SPY, XLP, XRT. Dan is out of short positions: SPY, XRT. Dan sold TWX. Dan bought puts: SPY, XLP, XRT.