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Asian stock markets fall due to U.S. stimulus uncertainty

Tokyo/Boston (Reuters)-Asian stocks fell on Wednesday due to increased uncertainty over whether U.S. congressmen will agree to another round of large-scale fiscal stimulus to support an economy that is still struggling to deal with the novel coronavirus. File picture: On February 28, 2020, in the Pudong Financial District of Shanghai, China, a man wearing a mask was attacked by a …

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Tesla set a 5-1 stock allocation, and its Goofy stock soared again

Noel Randewich (Noel Randewich) and Munsif Vengattil (Munsif Vengattil) (Reuters)-Tesla Inc. announced a five-to-one stock split on Tuesday, which allowed the electric car maker’s recent surge in stocks to rise by 7% in long-term trading. After Tesla announced the news, its stock price was $1,475, one of the highest on Wall Street. The Palo Alto, California-based company said in a …

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Kodak increased its lobbying efforts during the month leading to the loan

(Bloomberg)-In the months before the Trump administration announced a $765 million loan to the troubled camera company, Eastman Kodak Co. substantially increased its lobbying for the federal government. According to public disclosure information submitted to Congress, Kodak spent $870,000 on lobbying Congress and federal agencies from April to June. The report shows that the Rochester, New York-based company did not …

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Smith grocery store issues a cheese dip recall

Salt Lake City-Due to concerns about Salmonella contamination, Smith’s grocery store has recalled many internal cheese dips. According to the press release, the chain recommends that customers avoid any potentially affected products purchased between May 15 and August 6. If the customer returns the product to the store, it will be refunded or replaced in full. The complete list of …

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Has the oil market finally turned the tide?

Historically, August was brutal for oil and gas inventories. According to data from Schaeffer Research, the energy industry has consistently underperformed in August, with negative returns in eight of the past ten years. Oilfield service companies have always been the biggest culprit. Baker Hughes (New York Stock Exchange: BKR), Schlumberger NV (New York Stock Exchange: SLB) and Halliburton (New York …

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4 liquor licenses revoked due to COVID-19 violation

Tallahassee, Florida. -Due to violations of rules designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the state suspended alcoholic beverage licenses at four locations on Thursday. The Department of Business and Professional Regulations announced that it will urgently suspend the Pegasus Lounge & Package in Tampa, Mathers, Shots and Joysticks in Orlando, Rusty’s Raw Bar and Grill in Lee County and …

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The unobscured crowd takes over the New York City bus to watch the wild pop-up party in the video

MTA officials said the organization “violated multiple health and safety laws.” August 12, 2020, 12:30 am 3 minute reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article New York City officials are trying to use social media to track down the culprit behind the illegal pop-up party on MTA buses. Social media users recorded wild party scenes in the video and …

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Facebook says the Covid-19 shutdown hurts its ability to resist suicide, self-injury, and child exploitation

photo: Olivier Douliery (Getty Images) Facebook said on Tuesday that during the new coronavirus pandemic, it was unable to manage its own website or subsidiary Instagram as effectively as possible for certain types of violations, and almost no one had a chance to challenge the host in the second quarter of 2020. The decision was appealed. each The latest version …

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