Claman on Call: Stocks Wrap Up January on Somber Note


U.S. stocks wrapped up the month on a somber note -- all three major U.S. indices posted monthly losses as investors grappled with downbeat GDP data and less-than-stellar earnings. The Dow and S&P posted their biggest monthly losses in a year.

The big game is on this weekend -- New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks for the titles of Super Bowl champs. We were full throttle on our Super Bowl coverage: Facebook's Head of Global Sports Partnerships Dan Reed gave FBN a sneak peek of users' engagement during the game. And what's game day without pizza -- the CEO of one of football's biggest sponsors Papa Johns Pizza joined FBN on Friday also. Wait until you hear what new pizza flavors he has up his sleeve.

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And speaking of food, Wall Street's most sizzling IPO of the day, Shake Shack, rallied 118% in its trading debut after pricing at $21 a share. Rapid Ratings CEO James Gellert joined FBN to discuss whether the stock is overbaked or poised to take off.

Now, here's what's coming up next week: We'll get January new car sales on Tuesday and private sector employment report on Wednesday. Then the big ticket item of the week, January Jobs report, out at 8:30 a.m. ET on Friday.

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