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UPDATE: President Trump talked on the phone with the CEOs of JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup & Bank of America during this week's sell-off. The CEOs told Trump that the American consumer is strong, but trade is hurting the outlook, sources say.

BREAKING: Twitter says it has uncovered a "significant state-backed information operation" originating from inside China aimed "deliberately and specifically attempting to sow political discord in Hong Kong."

BREAKING: Italian Prime Minister to resign today amid political crisis edging towards snap election

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq have now fully recovered from last Wednesday's sharp sell-off

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BREAKING: U.S. customs agency computer issue snarls immigration processing at airports nationwide

TV station owner Tegna jumps more than 10% into the close after Dow Jones reports that Apollo Global Management approached the company about a takeover earlier this year.

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Palo Alto Networks drops more than 7.6% after report that its top sales exec. is stepping down; stock on pace for worst day in about 2 years

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Stocks open higher with Dow climbing 200 points in early trading

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JUST IN: World's 4th richest person, Warren Buffett, challenges Trump to release his taxes. "I'm under audit too."

BREAKING: China confirms it is suspending agricultural product purchases from the U.S. in response to Trump’s new tariffs, could hit ag imports with tariffs

MORE: Capital One discloses information that was compromised, including 140K social security numbers, 80K linked bank account numbers, and “personal information” from credit card applications from 2005 through early 2019.

BREAKING: Apple announces group FaceTime, which will allow up to 32 people in 1 live video call

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BREAKING: FAA says it is halting flights into New York's LaGuardia airport due to air traffic control staffing issues.

JUST IN: AT&T announces it will "pay a special $1,000 bonus to more than 200,000 AT&T U.S. employees" due to tax reform passage and will also increase US capital spending by $1 billion.

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