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The FAA administrator's comments come on the eve of his visit to Boeing facilities outside Seattle. While there, he's scheduled to meet with Boeing executives and be briefed...Airlinesread more
Last weekend's attacks on oil facilities — and the spike in crude prices that followed — should show that the world needs to stop relying on oil, says Helen Clark.Energyread more
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The "Fast Money" traders shared their first moves for the market open.
Pete Najarian was a buyer of Snap.
Brian Kelly was a seller of the S&P 500 ETF.
Steve Grasso was a buyer of Ford.
Dan Nathan was a seller of Microsoft.
Trader disclosure: Pete is long calls ALLY, CSCO, CYRX, DBX, DVN, FCX, FXI, GDXJ, GLD, INTC, JEF, KNX, KWEB, MMM, MRV, OIH, OXY, PAAS, QEP, SNAP, TMUS, TSLA, TWTR, YELP.
Pete is long stock AAPL, ABBV, BAC, BZH, DIS, FB, FUL, GM, GOOS, IBM, INTC, KMI, LULU, LUV, LVS, MPC, MRK, MSFT, NFLX, NKE, PEP, PFE, QSR, TGT, TPX, UAL, UPS, UPWK, USB, XOM. Brian Kelly is long Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum, GLD, USO. Steve Grasso is long stock AAPL, BHC, CAR, EVGN, GE, LEN, MJNA, OLN, PFE, T, TSE, WRK. Grasso owns Callable Trigger contingent yield note linked to SPX, RTY, and MXEA. Grasso's kids own EFA, EFG, EWJ, IJR, SPY, TUR. Grasso's firm is long stock BIDU, BIOS, CPB, CUBA, DIA, F, GDX, GE, GLD, GOLD, GSK, HPQ, IAU, IBM, ICE, KHC, LYB, MSFT, NEM, QCOM, SNAP, SNGX, SQQQ, T, WAB, WDR, WRK. Dan is long EA June / Sept call calendar. Long DIS June / Sept call calendar. XHB long sept put spread. TLT Long Sept call spread.