Wall Street started out the week in the red, holding onto modest losses through to the end of the session. Another crude selloff dragged on energy, while investors looked ahead to the kickoff of the Fed April meeting tomorrow. GoPro (GPRO) slumped after Pacific Crest Securities warned the camera maker is suffering from too much inventory and not enough demand. The company is expected to report a first-quarter loss when it reports on May 5. Charter Communications (CHTR) has received approval from antitrust regulators to proceed with its $55 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable (TWC) . Charter agreed to not make deals with programmers to block content from third parties such as Netflix (NFLX) . TheStreet's Keris Lahiff reports from Wall Street.
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