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SunEdison shines as deal is nixed; Google dials up a phone plan; Trump to get taxpayer funding?

The  five day stock market rally is in jeopardy (^DJI^GSPC^IXIC^RUT) as investors fret over a disappointing report on Chinese exports and crude oil prices. (CLJ16.NYM). Stephen Guilfoyle, managing director of floor operations for Deep Value Execution Services, joins us live from the floor of the NYSE to discuss the markets. Read his commentary on today's market action here.

Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous discusses some of the other big stories of the day with Yahoo Finance Columnist Rick Newman and Thomson Reuters correspondent Bobbi Rebell, author of How to be a Financial Grownup.

SunEdison saga takes a new turn

It's been a battle of activist hedge fund titans. Just under eight months following an announced merger between Vivint Solar (VSLR) and SunEdison (SUNE) subsidiary TerraNova, the deal is dead. And it only took a few lawsuits and a 94% drop in SunEdison's stock price to bring this train to a standstill.

Trump's money

It's another decision day for voters, this time both Republican and Democratic primaries are being held in Michigan, a key Rust Belt state, and Mississippi. The GOP also has a primary in Idaho and caucuses in Hawaii. And, of course, much of the political discourse remains about the success of Donald Trump and the efforts by the anti-Trump forces to try to deny him the White House.

Hello? It's Google calling

Google (GOOGL) is offering its "Project Fi" wireless service to anyone who wants to sign up after a 10-month trial. One of the selling points—customers pay just $20 a month for unlimited talk and texting and $10 per gigabyte for data and ONLY the data they use. Not to mention international use in 120 countries is the same price as that in the U.S.