Markets set to open in the green as investors monitor Hurricane Irma

Markets are set to open in the green as investors monitor another potentially catastrophic hurricane. Oil is already at a 4-week high with Hurricane Irma barreling through the Caribbean Islands. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Jared BlikreRick Newman and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss these and the other big stories we’re covering today.

Today’s topics:

  • Hurricane Irma may hit Florida on Saturday
  • Crude prices rise
  • Orange juice prices soar on Irma fears
  • Goldman Sachs’ 5 ways to invest in the pricey stock market
  • Kohl’s to sell Amazon devices
  • Hewlett Packard beats earnings expectations
  • Dave & Buster’s misses on second-quarter sales
  • Trivago cuts outlook, shares slide
  • Newell Brands lowers guidance as Harvey hits resin supplies
  • Fiat Chrysler upgraded to Overweight by Barclays
  • President Trump to ‘revisit’ DACA if Congress doesn’t act
  • Analyst claims Facebook may be inflating number of people who can see its ads
  • Would you spend $1,000 on Apple’s iPhone?
  • Walmart announces toy exclusives for holiday shopping season

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