Jason's BigDeaL Trade Alert #34 U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday but started to slide only a half-hour into the day's session, after the Labor Department released bullish "JOLTS" (Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey) data. The report, which showed U.S. job openings at an all-time high and an accelerating number of people quitting their jobs to look for something better, was indicative of the U.S. economy's growing strength, and that led traders to believe the Fed will be that much more likely to raise rates a week from today. Ultimately, U.S. stocks closed lower and the selloff spilled over into Asian and Europe last night. In early U.S. trading today, stocks have been mixed but are mostly higher, after briefly dipping into the red earlier this morning. ...

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