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Pre-Market Movers: American Airlines (Nasdaq: AAL) to Join S&P 500

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Good morning! Stock futures for Tuesday, March 17, forecasted a 52-point decrease from yesterday's close. The DJIA Index surged 228 points Monday, a day ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) second meeting of the year. Notable pre-market movers are American Airlines Group Inc. (Nasdaq: AAL), Karyopharm Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: KPTI), and these...

The FOMC meeting today will focus on when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates.

Here's why AAL is one of today's pre-market movers, what else is happening in stock market news, and your "Money Morning Tip of the Day"...

Pre-Market Quotes Bounce After Friday's Triple Digit Plunge

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Pre-market quotes for Monday, March 16, forecasted an 80-point gain from Friday's Dow close when the DJIA Index shed 145 points on Friday because of falling crude oil prices and investor jitters about possible interest rate increases in the near future.

Today, the markets will respond to a light macro data release schedule that focuses just on February industrial production data and the Federal Reserve's report on Treasury International Capital (TIC). A light schedule is compounded by investors' anxiety over the start of this week's FOMC meeting.

Here's what else pre-market quotes tell us about the stock market today - as well as your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" to make it a profitable Monday.

Bill Ackman-Herbalife FBI Investigation Leads Stock Market News Today

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Stock market news today, March 13, 2015: Good morning! U.S. stock futures forecasted a 30-point decrease from yesterday's close. The DJIA surged 259 points Thursday, gaining back most of Tuesday's losses. Nine of the S&P 500's 10 indices were on the rise, with the energy sector the lone decliner.

Today will be a quiet day on the earnings front, while investors focus on a fresh consumer sentiment report. On the international front, keep an eye on Greece. The country is supposed to pay back 340 million euros ($360 million) of its International Monetary Fund loan today.

Here's what else you should know in stock market news today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day"...

Alibaba-Snapchat Deal Headlines Stock Market News Today

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Stock market news today, March 12, 2015: Good morning! U.S. stock futures forecasted a 27-point decrease from yesterday's close. The DJIA dropped 27 points Wednesday, a day after markets saw their broadest sell-off in two months over concerns of a pending interest-rate hike.

Today, the markets will react to weekly unemployment claims and a monthly update on retail sales. Two events could drive the DJIA up or down: crude oil prices, and the Fed's expectations for when it might raise interest rates.

Here are the top headlines in stock market news today - and your "Money Morning Tip of the Day"...:

DJIA Futures Today Recovering from Yesterday's 333-Point Plunge

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DJIA futures today (Wednesday) forecasted a 44-point increase from the Dow close yesterday.

On Tuesday, U.S. stock markets cratered as investors grew nervous about the timing of the Federal Reserve's pending interest rate increase. The DJIA fell 333 points on the day, while the Nasdaq fell another 85 points.

Investors will want to keep an eye domestic crude inventories, and China to make it a profitable Wednesday...

Pre-Market Quotes Forecast Sharp Decline in the Dow Jones Today

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Pre-market quotes forecasted a sharp decline from yesterday's Dow close (Monday) as increased pressures from falling energy prices smothered Dow futures.

On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 138 points on M&A activity and rising energy shares. Yesterday's big gain comes after Friday's slump that saw a 300-point drop in the Dow Jones in afternoon trading and the S&P 500's worst decline in two months.

Here are some of today's pre-market movers and what you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Tuesday...

Pre-Market Trading Activity Busy on European Central Bank Announcement

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Pre-market trading today (Thursday) shows DJIA futures posting a 44-point increase from the Dow close yesterday. 
This morning, the pre-market trading suggests investors are keeping a sharp eye on a meeting by the European Central Bank in Cyprus. 

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Thursday...

Today's Pre-Market Movers Are C, BBY, and LL

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Good Morning! U.S. stock futures today (Tuesday) forecast a 42-point decrease for the DJIA from yesterday's close. Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C), Best Buy Co Inc. (NYSE: BBY), and Lumber Liquidators (NYSE: LL) are today's pre-market movers.

What to Watch Today: Investors will be watching a slew of earnings reports from retail companies. Firms reporting this morning include JD.Com Inc. (ADR) (Nasdaq: JD), Kate Spade & Co. (Nasdaq: KATE), Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. (NYSE: DKS), AutoZone Inc. (NYSE: AZO), TiVo Inc. (Nasdaq: TIVO), and Navistar International Corp. (NYSE: NAV).

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" and today's pre-market movers - to make it a profitable Tuesday...

DJIA Futures Pointing to Friday Decline

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Stock market today, February 27, 2015: Good morning! DJIA futures forecasted a 13-point decrease from yesterday's close. As of 9 a.m. EDT, DJIA futures read an 11-point (0.06%) loss.

This morning, investors are reacting to the second revision of the Q4 2014 GDP reading. The U.S. government said it grew a pace of 2.2%, which beat expected growth of 2.1% in fourth quarter. Still, the pace is a large decline from the Q3 2014 final reading of 5%.

Later this morning, the markets will keep an eye on the University of Michigan's final February count on consumer sentiment, and a report on pending January home sales.

DJIA futures and Friday's fresh economic data are just a part of the story in stock market news today. Here are the other top headlines - plus your "Money Morning Tip of the Day"...

DJIA Futures Flat Today After Yesterday's Closing Highs

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DJIA futures were flat this morning from yesterday's Dow close.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 92 points to close Tuesday at a new record high on news that Eurozone partners' acceptance of Greece's bailout plan and U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen offered insight on future interest rate hikes.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Wednesday...

DJIA Today Rises on Greece Bailout Plan, Yellen Testimony

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The DJIA today added 92 points to close at a new record high. The cause? Eurozone partners' acceptance of Greece's bailout plan, plus market-friendly words from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen about interest rates.

Yellen said during her testimony to Congress that the central bank will not raise interest rates for several more committee meetings.

Here are the other top stories from today - plus our new profit tip for investors...

Stock Market Today Moving on Janet Yellen's Senate Testimony

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Good Morning! The stock market today will be moving on news that Eurozone officials have accepted an extension of Greece's bailout program.

What to Watch Today: Investors' eyes will be glued to Capitol Hill, where Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will testify on monetary policy before the Senate. The appearance coincides with efforts by Senators from both sides of the aisle to strip the central bank of certain powers.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Tuesday...

Stock Market Today Set for More Record Highs

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Stock market today, February 23, 2015: Good morning! U.S. stock futures were soft Monday morning. However, major European markets jumped in early trading, and Germany's DAX hit a new record high. They are still gaining from Friday's news of a conditional deal that will allow Greece to remain in the Eurozone for at least the next four months. The deal sent U.S. markets up Friday - the Dow saw a 154-point rise, and S&P 500 Index notched a new record high.

Today, investors will continue to keep a close eye on the ongoing drama between Greece and its creditors in the European Union. Greece must present a list of economic reforms by the end of the day for the deal to continue.

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