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Tuesday was a pretty big day for the auto industry, struck with news from several of the major players in the business.

Benzinga Pro provides its subscribers with real-time alerts of potentially market-moving options activity.

Here's a recap of the options alerts from Tuesday, March 28, 2017. All time stamps are in Eastern Time.

Saving doesn’t have to be a difficult task. There are plenty of ways to siphon away cash from your income and force yourself into saving money. Financial advisors suggest that you start slow when it comes to cutting down your expenses on shopping and making expensive purchases.

Forbes was out with its compilation of the 25 highest-earnings hedge fund managers and traders.

Previewing Lululemon Athletica inc.'s (NASDAQ: LULU) fourth quarter results, Wedbush said in a note that mall traffic challenges will cast a shadow on the company's quarterly performance.

On CNBC's Fast Money Halftime Report, Pete Najarian spoke about unusually high call options activity in Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (NYSE: AAP).

The Republican’s Financial Choice Act has sparked a wave of debates on the Volcker Rule. There are also many questions on what President Trump refers to as the “Modern-Day Glass Steagall Act”.

In his first few weeks in office, President Trump has issued multiple executive orders covering a range of topics, and done so with great fanfare. He has established himself as a man of action, but how will his actions affect labor and the workplace?

Predicting Trump's strategy is difficult, if not impossible, but we can make some reasonable guesses based on his actions so far.

I think the title might seem rather elementary, but nothing in market analysis is really too complex. When the market is rising with great breadth and broad participation it tends to be longer-lasting and stable.

Toward the end of trading Tuesday, the Dow traded up 0.75 percent to 20,705.51 while the NASDAQ rose 0.65 percent to 5,878.59. The S&P also rose, gaining 0.77 percent to 2,359.60.