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Dow Futures Slip Lower Into 'Quadruple Witching Hour', China Woes Clip Global Stocks

China's slowing growth, corporate crackdowns and system risk concerns have global stocks on the back foot Friday heading into Wall Street's 'quadruple witching hour'.

US Steel Surges After Smaller-Than-Expected Q3 Loss on Solid Flat Rolled Demand

U.S. Steel Stock Slides After Q3 Profit Update, Big New Mill Plans

“We expect the third quarter to be a quarter of records for U. S. Steel.," said CEO David Burritt. ""Our best days are ahead.”

Wall Street Lead

Stocks Edge Lower, FDA Debates Boosters ,China Evergrande Wobbles - 5 Things You Must Know

Stock futures lower heading into 'quadruple witching hour'; FDA panel debates COVID boosters; U.S. Steel updates on profits and China Evergrande's debt woes have investors asking if it's 'too big to fail'.

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Grill Company Traeger's Chart Shows a Possible Turn

Real Money's Tim Cook has spotted a key pattern in the newly public company's trading.

Coronavirus: Constantly Surprising Virus Found To Be Heat Tolerant, Self-healing And Very Resilient In Lab Tests

AbCellera, Kymera and Diamondback Move in After-Hours

Drug maker AbCellera wins emergency use authorization for COVID treatment.

DBS CEO Piyush Gupta Warns Of Correction As Financial Markets Disconnect From Real Economy And IMF Prepares To Downgrade Views

Here's Why Any Correction Won't be Severe

Real Money's James 'Rev Shark' Deporre looks at where valuations are and who is trading in these markets.

6. Lilium

Electric Jet Maker Lilium Initiated Buy at Piper Sandler

'Lilium won’t generate revenue for a few years. ... But Lilium could fundamentally reshape the transportation industry,' Piper said.

Hong Kong Stocks Slump On Tech Sector Worries As US Official Signals Flaws In China Trade Deal

Why Market Action is Making This Columnist Wary

The recent trading environment reminds Real Money's 'Rev Shark' of what was going on in February.

Oriental Culture said it chose Nasdaq over Hong Kong because companies listed on the US exchange are viewed as more international and having better long-term growth potential. Photo: Reuters

U.S. Stocks Close Mixed, as Jobless Claims Rise, Oil Prices Stabilize

A 0.7% increase in retail sales for August was unable to push the market higher even though analysts had been expecting a decline.