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ASML, Intel, AMD Break Out, Apple, Google Near Buys In Coronavirus Stock Market Rally | Investors Business Daily

Dow Jones futures leaned higher late Wednesday, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures. The Coronavirus stock market recovered strongly on Wednesday from Tuesday’s late sale. ASML (ASML) extended a breakout while Intel (INTC), advanced micro devices (AMD), KLA Corp. (KLAC) as well Analog devices (ADI) cleared buy points. X Intel stock, AMD stock, KLAC stock and ADI stock …

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Victoria’s Secret parent L Brands (LB) reports first quarter results

A pedestrian walks past a Victoria’s Secret store that was closed and boarded on Robson Street during the COVID-19 crisis on April 17, 2020 in Vancouver, Canada. Andrew Chin | Getty Images Victoria’s Secret parent company L Brands on Wednesday reported its third straight quarterly loss and the fourth consecutive sale, as its stores were forced to close for most …

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Santa Clara, San Jose requires face masks

As Santa Clara County joins the rest of the Bay Area at the opening reopening on Friday, face masks will become a bigger part of our daily lives. But the county’s largest city, San Jose, wants to go even further. According to the new county health system, which comes into effect on Friday, residents must wear a face coat when …

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Protocol submitted

Federal Reserve officials called in measures to save the economy from coronavirus links worried about the long-term effects of the pandemic, including a second round of infection and the burden that low-income households would face, minutes released Wednesday from the central bank’s April meeting showed. The meeting, which ended on April 29, ended with the central bank’s political decision-making arm, …

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The Senate passes the bill on oversight of Chinese companies, Alibaba shares go lower

This is news. Come back here for updates. The US Senate on Wednesday passed legislation that could prohibit many Chinese companies from listing shares on US exchanges or collecting money from US investors without following Washington’s rules and auditing standards. The bill, sponsored by Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy, would require companies to certify that “they are not owned or …

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Two Americans wanted by Japan were arrested for fleeing Carlos Ghosn

US law enforcement officials on Wednesday arrested two US men, including a former Special Forces soldier, called by Japan for their alleged involvement in helping former Nissan Motor Chief Carlos Ghosn flee the country in December. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said Michael Taylor, 59, and his 27-year-old son Peter Taylor, were taken into custody in …

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Benefits of Hiring Regulated Tax Agents in UAE

Hiring a regulated tax agent in UAE is crucial not only for large corporations but small to medium size enterprises as well. A tax professional brings forth profitable results onto any business, plus they are able to provide assistance in solving tax complications. Tax matters, most especially Value Added Tax, holds a crucial part to a business. The slight negligence …

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Lowe’s result (LOW) Q1 2020

A man walks past a Lowe’s store in Los Angeles, California. Mario Tama | Getty Images Lowe’s shares rose more than 7% in premarket trading on Wednesday after the company reported better-than-expected earnings. Here’s what Lowe’s reported compared to what Wall Street expected, based on a survey by Refinitive analysts: Earnings per share: $ 1.77, adjusted against expected $ 1.32 …

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J. C. Penney: Shareholder Wipe-Out (NYSE: JCP)

After several years of pain, the end has finally come to the retail giant J. C. Penney (JCP). Originally run into the ground under the leadership of Ron Johnson, who steered the company into disaster during its mandate from the end of 2011 to 2013, there has been no real return for the business. This was despite a rotating door …

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Pandemic caused an “extreme” 17% reduction in daily global carbon emissions in April

An environmental silver lining emerges among the coronavirus pandemic: Many have stopped flying and are not running at work, leading to a drastic reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. A study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Climate change reveals that global carbon dioxide emissions per day in April were 17 percent lower than average daily emissions in 2019. The results …

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