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President Trump will leave the Iran nuclear deal next month if there are no significant changes, Sen. Bob Corker says.
Wednesday marked only the fifth time in 28 trading days that the Dow did not post a triple-digit move, and its 111-point trading range was its narrowest since Jan 23.
"I didn't like last night's and this morning's earnings. I found many flaws," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer says pilots and cabin crew deserve much more credit for their bravery in situations such as the Southwest Airlines engine failure.
Jim Hall also says it's probably too early to tell whether something like metal fatigue would appear in a routine inspection.
Small caps have also put in a notable performance in recent days, with the Russell 2000 closing within 2 percent of its January all-time high.
"I was just at dinner the other night with the president. You would not know any of this other stuff is going on," House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted their highest closes of April.
But House Armed Services Committee member John Garamendi also says the way President Trump carried it out had "no legality."
Despite Friday's downturn, the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are coming off their second weekly gain in three weeks.