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"Check the markets and some of today's top business stories. I'm Charlie Pellett was an up Monday with the Dow the s&p, NASDAQ all advancing, but stocks did give back some early gains as small cap and technology. Shares led the way amid the resumption of trade talks with China. Chris waddling is chief market strategist Longview economics. He says there are good reasons to be cautious. If you're an investor. I'd be a little bit slower to to to put your foot on the risk. And I would use any rally over the next month or two if you're invested to what's the global data what central banks and maybe actually over in a month full time become a little bit more defensive depending on your time. Your time timeframe, and Robert Schiller is a Nobel prize winning economist stand an economics professor at Yale. What's driving the market in law? Blog longtime narratives that in capsulated by anything that Powell has said as for the US economy, specifically, those government economic reports the calendar will be slimmer than usual because of the partial government shutdown with more. Here's Bloomberg's Vinny. Del Jude is the Labor Department is open. So we'll get David and job openings jobless claims in consumer prices. The fed is also open Cameron the FOMC minutes, but the Commerce Department shuddered look for delay data including merchandise trade in new home sales. Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio. Amazon shares up three point four percent pushing its market cap to seven hundred ninety six point eight billion dollars surpassing Microsoft as the most valuable company stocks higher SNP up seventeen up seven tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's up ninety eight up by four tenths and NASDAQ up eighty four a gain of one point three percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg. Business flash. Now, Bloomberg best with June Grasso. And Ed."