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Monday, November 19, 2018
Checked 8:30 AM; Last Updated 7:10 AM CST; 13:10 GMT
 

 

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  • "Dow poised to kick off holiday-shortened week lower: U.S. stock indexes on Monday were set to open lower in a week that will be abbreviated by Thanksgiving on Thursday, with domestic markets set to be closed in one of the lowest-volume periods of the year." MarketWatch 7:09 AM
  • "Dow Jones Futures: This Often Happens After A Sharp Stock Market Correction/Dow Jones futures fell slightly Monday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures. A stock market correction can inflict big losses in a short span, but coming back from an abrupt sell-off often will take far longer. That's what followed the stock market correction earlier this year and what could be happening now. Investors need to understand current market conditions. Some promising breakouts and groups are struggling while while new sectors come to the fore. Market heavyweights such as Apple (AAPL), fellow Dow Jones stock Boeing (BA) and FANG stocks such as Facebook (FB) are all below their 200-day lines." Investor's Business Daily 7:08 AM
  • "Earnings, turkey and retail highlight the week ahead: It will be a holiday shortened trading week with retail squarely in focus." FOXBusiness 7:10 AM
  • "U.S. Stocks Poised to Start the Week Lower: Fresh doubts about the technology sector were set to weigh down U.S. stocks Monday even as markets in Europe and Asia mostly climbed." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:06 AM
  • "Market timers are on the sidelines, which means you might want to jump in: Bear-market calls are rampant these days. Paul Tudor Jones says 'really scary moments' are on the way. Jim Cramer warns there's nowhere to hide in this 'very serious correction.' Steve Cohen predicts that the bull is about to die a painful death." MarketWatch 7:05 AM
  • "U.K.'s May Defends Brexit Plan to Businesses: British Prime Minister Theresa May Monday intensified a campaign to get businesses to back her Brexit agreement, trying to build momentum behind her much-maligned plan to extract the U.K. from the European Union." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:05 AM