U.S. stocks swung this week at a pace unmatched for the past three years -- with all three major averages finishing the week at session lows. The Dow Jones Industrials Average erased its gain for the year and Nasdaq had its steepest drop in six months.
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And it may not be snowing yet, at least not in New York, but the ski industry is already gearing up for the start of the brand new season. Vail Resorts Chairman and CEO Robert Katz joined FOX Business on Friday to share his expectations for the new ski season, as well as where Vail Resorts is expanding to next. The North East? Or maybe the Swiss Alps? Check out his full interview here to find out.
And another Ebola scare is upon us -- this time at Las Vegas McCarran Airport. A Delta airplane was held on a tarmac after a passenger reported sick symptoms to a flight attendant. Delta said shortly after that it was just an over-reaction and there was no communicable disease on the plane, but airline stocks tumbled on the news.
Now, here's what's coming up next week: On Wednesday we'll get September retail sales; then on Friday, we'll see housing starts for the month of September, and the latest reading on consumer sentiment for October. And of course, we'll be breaking down the standouts and laggards of the third quarter earnings season.
Be sure to check out all the week's interviews on FOXBusiness.com/OnCall and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.