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U.S. stocks pull back from earlier gains; more trouble in China; Kohl's considers going private

U.S. stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are reversing early gains following a steep selloff that marked the worst start of the year on record.

To discuss today's market movers and some of the other stories Yahoo Finance is keeping an eye on today, Alexis Christoforous is joined by Yahoo Finance editor-In-chief Andy Serwer and Mark Martiak, vice president and senior wealth strategist at Premier Financial Advisors.

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More trouble in China

Chinese markets are extending a rough start to the year as the Shanghai Composite plunged 5.32%. How much further could China drop and how will it impact U.S. stocks?

Kohl's considers going private

After a lackluster year for the IPO market in 2015, more companies are doing the opposite and looking to go private. Struggling retailer Kohl's is the latest company to consider the move.  Why are more firms trying to cash in on this new trend? And, will Uber ever go public?

Twitter wants to turn your tweets into ads

Twitter is reportedly creating a product that will allow brands to use your tweets in its ad campaigns. But there’s a catch. According to one person familiar with the matter, Twitter will direct message the author of the tweet for permission before a brand can use it. What’s the idea behind this move and will it help Twitter court advertisers to use the social network?