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Stocks give up early gains as crude oil continues to surge

Stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are back to neutral after an initial pop in the morning, with energy (XLE) the most in the green and financials (XLF) the most in the red. Tim Anderson, managing director of TJM Investments, joins us from the New York Stock Exchange.

To discuss the other big stories of the day, Alexis Christoforous is joined by Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer and Yahoo Finance’s Melody Hahm.

Report: Airline service improving, but …

There’s good news for air travelers. Airlines are getting their act together, and customer experience is improving around the board. That’s according to a new survey, showing that airlines are moderately more on-time, losing fewer bags, not bumping passengers as much, and generating fewer complaints. But don’t tell that the man trying to fly United from Chicago to Louisville. Two videos show security agents forcibly removing him from the flight after it was overbooked.

Housing supply near 20-year low

The housing rebound helped drive the economic recovery, but has housing demand gotten too hot? The supply of homes for sale hasn’t been this thin in nearly 20 years, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Labor Dept accuses Google of gender pay discrimination

Finally, just days after Google announced it had “closed the gender pay gap globally” on Equal Pay Day, the US Department of Labor accused the tech giant of extreme and systemic discrimination against women, with pay disparities across the entire workforce. Google has denied the claims.