Dow climbs in early Friday action as Wall Street attempts to cap tumultuous trading week with an upswing

Dow climbs in early Friday action as Wall Street attempts to cap tumultuous trading week with an upswing

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Stock benchmarks on Friday rose modestly higher as investors looked to close out a volatile, holiday-shortened week that has the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite on track for its biggest weekly loss
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Why Stocks Could Be Ready To Rally

Why Stocks Could Be Ready To Rally

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It’s been a painful week for growth investors given significant declines in technology-oriented indexes and exchange traded funds. The NASDAQ 100 ETF (QQQ) fell over 11% from its intraday high
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IBM says U.S. should adopt new export controls on facial recognition systems By Reuters

IBM says U.S. should adopt new export controls on facial recognition systems By Reuters

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2/2 © Reuters. A man wearing a protective mask walks past an office building with IBM logo amidst the easing of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Sydney 2/2 By
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The current sell-off may end up emboldening the bulls, if the last tech bubble is a guide

The current sell-off may end up emboldening the bulls, if the last tech bubble is a guide

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The bubble isn’t burst yet. Justin Edmonds/Getty Images Traders at the moment seem to have as much patience with tech stocks as Kansas City Chiefs fans do for a moment
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Vanguard Mid Cap ETF: Cheap Valuations And High Quality (NYSEARCA:VO)

Vanguard Mid Cap ETF: Cheap Valuations And High Quality (NYSEARCA:VO)

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In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. – Benjamin Franklin The Vanguard Mid Cap ETF (VO), a fund that is focused on mid-cap
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StockBeat: Rio Tinto – No Country for Old Shareholders By Investing.com

StockBeat: Rio Tinto – No Country for Old Shareholders By Investing.com

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© Reuters. By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com — The ESG juggernaut has claimed arguably its highest-profile victim yet. Rio Tinto (NYSE:) chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques has been forced out after weeks of
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The two things that are most likely wrecking your retirement savings

The two things that are most likely wrecking your retirement savings

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If you earn a decent income but have trouble saving, the culprits could be the roof over your head and the car in your driveway. Retirement savers who contribute more
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U.S. Q3 GDP Outlook Remains On Track For Strong Rebound

U.S. Q3 GDP Outlook Remains On Track For Strong Rebound

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The record decline in US output in the second quarter is expected to post a strong but partial recovery in the upcoming Q3 GDP report, according to several recent nowcasts
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Rio Tinto may need to tap outsider for new chief By Reuters

Rio Tinto may need to tap outsider for new chief By Reuters

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques poses for photographs before announcing Rio Tinto’s 2017 first-half results in London By Sonali Paul MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Four years after
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Corporate bond issuance off to a bang in September

Corporate bond issuance off to a bang in September

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Corporate borrowing is off to the races. Getty Images Companies wasted no time going back to the borrowing trough after the long Labor Day weekend. U.S. investment-grade companies already borrowed
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Copper Is Outperforming Other Metals

Copper Is Outperforming Other Metals

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Original Post By Stuart Burns A fair part of the bull story for copper this year has been supply-side fears. The world’s largest mines are in South America, which has
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Nissan Raises $8 Billion Through Dollar Bonds Issuance, but Long Road to Recovery By Investing.com

Nissan Raises $8 Billion Through Dollar Bonds Issuance, but Long Road to Recovery By Investing.com

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© Reuters. By Gina Lee Investing.com – Yokohama-based Nissan (OTC:) Motor Co., Ltd. (T:) has raised $8 billion via its first non-convertible dollar bond sale in at least two decades.
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