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

  1. Salesforce (CRM) will pay $44.89 a share in cash and stock to acquire MuleSoft (MULE) . 
  2. FedEx (FDX)  reported fiscal third-quarter earnings and sales that topped Wall Street's expectations.
  3. Amazon (AMZN) passed Alphabet (GOOGL) to become the second most valuable U.S. publicly listed company.
  4. A special Nordstrom (JWN) committee ended buyout discussions with the Nordstrom family.
  5. U.S. stock futures were lower ahead of Jerome Powell's first interest rate decision.

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