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Health officials: NC brewery linked to 8 COVID-19 cases

Health officials say they have linked eight coronavirus cases to a brewery in central Kannapolis. Anyone who visited the Old Armor Beer Company in the past two weeks should monitor the symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, and those customers should consider getting a COVID-19 test, said Cabarrus County Health Alliance officials at Friday. Symptoms include …

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6 ETFs to own as expenses pick up

The $ 240 million Global X Infrastructure Development ETF offers an effective way to invest in infrastructure stocks. Above, construction worker in Fresno Trench, part of a high-speed railroad being built in California. Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images Text size There has been no bad news this year, although investors have been remarkably optimistic. There are good …

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The oil industry’s 2021 outlook looks bleak

The oil industry went into 2020 with the wind seemingly in the back. Crude oil prices were in the 60s and are driven by the perception that demand growth was about to increase. This had many oil producers planning to drill more wells so that they could capture higher prices. But as a blow to the gut, the COVID-19 outbreak …

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Goldman Sachs made $ 100 million from Tesla deals this year

Over the past 6 months, Tesla has received special attention and – more specifically – euphoric call purchases in the name that undoubtedly helped drive a gamma press that has seen Tesla’s capital burning higher since the beginning of the year we first discussed in May in “Is Mysterious Call Option Buying Compulsory Tesla Stock Higher?”). According to IFR Reuters, …

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Stocks end lower after a turbulent week

The Dow (UNDUE) closed 0.9%, or 245 points, lower, on a second straight losing day. The S&P 500 (SPX) and that Nasdaq Composite (COMP) both reached 1.1%. It was the third losing day in a row for both indices. Even worse, it was the third round of weekly losses for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite, leading to its longest …

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Facebook sued for spying Instagram users through its cameras

Facebook Inc. has recently been sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users through its phone cameras. According to some reports, Instagram had access to people’s cameras even when they were not actively using the app. According to Bloomberg, the whole thing started when some reports appeared in July, claiming that Instagram had access to iPhone cameras even when people were …

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P. Terrys closes Austin center due to COVID-19 losses

AUSTIN (Austin Business Journal) – Downtown Austin loses another local business. The P. Terry Burger Stand has closed at 515 Congress Ave., as CEO Todd Coerver said it was no longer “economically viable” ahead of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It officially closed at 2pm on Friday, September 18, according to Austin Business Journal Paul Thompson. “With offices and hotels almost …

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South FL Weather Forecast: Miami Flood Advice, Storm Chance

The National Weather Service in Miami issued a coastal river advice for Miami-Dade and Broward until Sunday night. Rinse it on King Tide. The service expects some flooding of lots, parks and roads but does not anticipate many roads. But exercise caution. “Do not drive around barricades or through waters of unknown depth,” the service said. Storms on the way …

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