Before you pack your bags and head home Tuesday, here are three of the top stories ahead of the closing bell.
They include American Airlines, the coronavirus and the New Hampshire primary.
The New Hampshire primary kicks off tonight.
Following the disaster that was the Iowa caucus, this could be the road to redemption for the Democrats.
Bernie Sanders is favored to take home the primary tonight.
Curious about what Jim Cramer thinks about Sanders and Wall Street? Well, we broke it down over in our Live Show this morning, and you can watch the replay on TheStreet.com
CNBC’s Phil LeBeau broke the news that American Airlines plans to extend flight cancellations to Hong Kong and mainland China Tuesday afternoon.
American Airlines reportedly cited the “depressed” demand for flights, and said that the cancellations will go through late April.
And, finally, the coronavirus.
The death toll from the coronavirus has breached 1,000. Yesterday, alone, 108 people died in China--which is the largest single-day death toll yet.
There are a little over 43,000 confirmed cases. Nearly 2,500 cases were confirmed in China as of late Monday.
And the U.S. has confirmed its 13th case of the coronavirus -- one of the 167 passengers who had been evacuated by Wuhan.
The CDC later said that a “mix-up” led to the early release of the patient who later became the 13th case, and the 7th confirmed case in California.
And, as always, stick with TheStreet for the latest on the markets.