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Domestic airlines in general saw the largest upswings, as the summer travel season draws to a close.
Kellogg is downgraded to 'underweight,' and Valeant is initiated with a 'conviction buy.'
The backups are so bad that fights keep breaking out between fliers and airline staffers.
The central bank's decision on whether to trim its bond buying may dictate if the market has a good week. Oracle and FedEx earnings are on tap.
Stocks are up on positive economic data out of China and Japan, paired with the lack of action by the US military in Syria.
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