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Stocks fall after Trump threatens government shutdown

Markets are in the red this morning.  This comes after President Trump threatened to shut down the government in order to get funding for the US-Mexico border wall.  Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Jared Blikre, Rick Newman, Jen Rogers &  Kathy Boyle, president of Chapin Hill Advisors, will discuss these and the other big stories we’re covering today.

Today’s topics:

  • Stocks set to open lower after President Trump threatens to shut down government over border wall
  • Stocks down, gold up after Trump speech
  • Stocks surged Tuesday on the prospect of tax reform
  • Lowe’s falls on miss, cuts outlook
  • Salesforce.com has better-than-expected earnings; stock falls
  • Shares slump for WPP
  • Whole Foods shareholders to vote on Amazon Deal
  • Samsung debuts its new Galaxy Note 8
  • NAFTA may be terminated
  • Walmart teams up with Google for voice-activated shopping
  • Tesla beats Lamborghini in drag race

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