Here's everything you need to know before Wednesday's opening bell

  1. The U.S. rejected the sale of MoneyGram (MGI) to Jack Ma's Ant Financial Services Group. 
  2. December U.S. car sales are expected to fall nearly 7% from last year. 
  3. Analysts debate whether Amazon (AMZN) could buy Target (TGT)
  4. Major airlines including American (AAL) and Southwest (LUV) will pay employees $1000 bonuses based off changes to the tax code. 
  5. European stocks rebounded and U.S. stock futures pointed toward another set of records. 
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