Stocks are trying to rally following Tuesday's trade war related downdraft. But be careful bulls, the selling may not be over. 

Here are three topics that caught the Morning Jolt team's radar:

  • Starbucks (SBUX) is in rough shape right now, as hinted by its Tuesday release that it will close more stores and restructure. The company should consider unveiling a lower priced range of drinks to compete with McDonald's among other changes. Shares finished the session down 9%.
  • General Electric (GE) getting booted from the Dow likely to open up more selling in the stock.
  • Action Alerts PLUS holding Facebook (FB) may have found a new profit center: its Messenger service.   

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