Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
Investors will watch the S&P 500 closely today for technical signs that a market pullback is under way.
The Bellwether index closed below its fifty -- moving average Thursday something that last happened in October 2012.
The S&P 500 and fell almost 6% before it flattened.
And began its rise which hit new highs just last week.
Now though analysts are split some have been calling for a five to 8% pullback in stocks as we move into the second quarter.
The FAA is expected to approve Boeing's fuel efficient 787 dreamliner is safe.
The return to commercial service Boeing redesign the airplanes lithium ion batteries after fires -- -- to separate 780s and roughly three months ago.
The fifty aircraft in commercial service worldwide have been grounded since those -- but Boeing says the planes could return to service by the end of the month.
Once their battery systems have been replaced.
Win it without 780 -- the FAA says flying this summer will be more of a hassle.
With a longer delays than usual look to as long as three and a half hours.
The -- -- -- government spending cuts and plant furloughs of air traffic controllers.
At AA administrator -- her stuff and transportation secretary Ray LaHood -- the Department of Transportation -- for a low 47000.
And close air traffic control towers starting this Sunday.
In New York I'm Adam Shapiro for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
Filter by section