U.S. stocks ended Monday lower after a choppy trading session and following disappointing import and export numbers from China and investor worries over Greece's debt problems.
Monday's selloff pushed the Dow and Nasdaq back into negative territory for the year. The energy sector was the only winner in the S&P 500, as oil jumped 2.3% to its second-highest settle this year.
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Charles Schwab's Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders joined FBN, and said that divergence between global banks is what is causing increased volatility in the market, warning it will be a bumpy road ahead for investors.
And speaking of central banks -- Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher joined FOX Business exclusively in one of his last interviews before he resigns from his position next month. Fisher told FBN's David Asman candidly that he believes the Fed will raise interest rates this year.
Now, here is what's coming up Tuesday: At 10 a.m. ET we'll get the numbers for the December job openings and labor turnover survey, otherwise known as the Jolts Report. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez will join FBN Tuesday, so tune in to hear what he has to say about the labor market.
Be sure to check out all of today's interviews on FOXBusiness.com/OnCall and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.