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Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Dow Jones Falls From Record Highs; Tesla Reverses Amid Recall, While Chinese EV Stocks Li Auto, Nio, Xpeng Tumble

Slack's stock spikes up after WSJ report of buyout talks with Salesforce (MarketWatch MarketPulse)
Ford stock downgraded to hold at Morgan Stanley (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 25, 2020
UPS increases dry ice production, launching portable freezers for COVID-19 vaccine storage
United Parcel Service. Inc. said Wednesday that it has enhanced its ability to produce dry ice, and its health business has partnered with freezer and refrigeration company Stirling Ultracold to provide ultra-low temperature freezers that reach a range of -20°C to -80°C. UPS will now produce 1,200 lbs. of dry ice every hour in the U.S. and Canada. These introductions are intended to aid in the storage and transport of COVID-19 vaccines when the time comes, the company said. The partnership with Stirling Ultracold is through UPS Healthcare, which handles the packaging and shipping of medical devices, labs and clinical trial logistics. UPS stock edged up 0.6% in premarket trading and has gained 47.5% for the year to date. The S&P 500 index is up 12.5% for 2020 so far.

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Coronavirus tally: Global cases of COVID-19 59.9 million and U.S. averaging 175,270 cases a day (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 25, 2020
Energy ETFs aim for best month on record as crude prices recover
Exchange-traded funds that track the energy sector were lower midday Wednesday, but were on track for their best month on record. The Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund fell 1.5%, but has advanced 38.2% so far in November, its strongest monthly gain since 1998, when it was launched. The Fidelity MSCI Energy Index ETF was down 1.4% Wednesday, and has gained 37.9% in the month to date, about the same as the Vanguard Energy ETF . The price of oil has gained as investors grow more confident in an economic recovery thanks to COVID-19 vaccines. On Wednesday, West Texas Intermediate crude for January delivery gained more than 1% at midday, to $45.35 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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Stock markets soften after Wall Street's record high (FT.com - Financial Markets)

Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Electric-Car Stocks Fall As China Signals Crackdown; Nikola Nears GM Deadline

The Motley FoolNov 25, 2020
Wall Street Has Given Up on These 3 Stocks, and That's a Huge Mistake
Coronavirus vaccine or not, this basket of growth and dividend stocks is poised to perform.

Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Slack Stock Soars On Salesforce Buyout Talks As Microsoft Looms

These Pot Stocks Hit Buy Zones As Biden Transition Lifts Industry Hopes (Yahoo Business)
Salesforce is reportedly in talks to buy office messaging app Slack - Business Insider - Business Insider (Google Business News)

Google Business NewsNov 25, 2020
Dow's Rise to 30000 Heralds a Broader Stock Rally - The Wall Street Journal
Dow's Rise to 30000 Heralds a Broader Stock Rally  The Wall Street JournalTrump brags about Dow 30,000 at surprise news conference, leaves after a minute  CNBCTrump unexpectedly held a 63-second press conference  Yahoo! VoicesDow Reaches 30K; Watch How These Stocks Defied the Pandemic | WSJ  Wall Street JournalStocks climb on Wall Street as Biden transition begins  POLITICO

CNBC FinanceNov 25, 2020
Dow falls more than 200 points a day after soaring past 30,000
Stocks opened little changed on Wednesday, taking a breather after the Dow Jones Industrial Average topped a significant milestone.

MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 25, 2020
Trump has no events Wednesday, White House says, contradicting reports of trip to Gettysburg
President Trump has no events on his public schedule, White House officials said Wednesday, contradicting reports overnight that the president planned to attend an event about election fraud sponsored by Republicans in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The White House never confirmed the president's planned attendance, though it was reported by several outlets, including ABC News and Bloomberg. The event was organized by a portion of the commonwealth's Republican lawmakers in order to publicize allegations of election fraud in the Keystone State, where President-elect Joe Biden was certified the winner Tuesday. The so-called "hearing" is not an official act by the Pennsylvania legislature, but organized by the PA Senate Majority Policy Committee, a policy arm of the Pennsylvania Senate's Republican conference.

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Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Stocks To Watch During Market Volatility: Tracking Six Bases And Breakouts

Forbes HeadlinesNov 25, 2020
With A Covid Vaccine Ready, Zoom Stock Looks Overvalued
Zoom stock is up 6x this year, as the company's video conferencing software became an indispensable tool for people working and learning from home through Covid-19 and the associated lockdowns. Zoom now has a market cap of over $120 billion and is now valued more richly than technology...

MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 25, 2020
Dow retreats from 30,000 milestone at open, but Nasdaq trades in record territory ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
U.S. equity benchmarks Wednesday morning saw muted action, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average breached 30,000 points for the first time, and as investors readied for pandemic-tinged Thanksgiving on Thursday when U.S. markets will be closed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 90 points, or 0.3%, to trade at 29.960, the S&P 500 index slipped 0.1% to 3,631, while the Nasdaq Composite Index added 25 points, or 0.2%, at 12,061, touching closing record territory for the tech-laden index. Investors in the past week have focused on progress toward COVID-19 vaccines, and abating concerns around the presidential transition of President-elect Joe Biden. In economic reports, Labor Department employment figures showed jobless claims rose for a second consecutive week, a sign that resurging cases of COVID are taking a toll on the labor market. Meanwhile, durable goods orders rose by more than forecast. A number of other economic reports are set for today, pulled forward because of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday and Black Friday in the U.S. The Federal Reserve's meeting minutes from its meeting earlier this month will be released at 2 p.m.

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Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Stock market news live updates: Futures mixed, Wall Street catches breath after Dow hits 30K

Yahoo BusinessNov 25, 2020
Slack's stock climbs on possible Salesforce acquisition

MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 25, 2020
U.S. consumer spending moderates in October
Consumer spending moderated in October, the government said Wednesday. Consumer spending rose 0.5% after a revised 1.2% gain in September, the government said Wednesday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had predicted a 0.4% increase. Personal income slumped 0.7% in October after a 0.7% gain in the prior month. This was led by a decrease in government social benefits. The 12-month increase in the PCE index, the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge, slipped to 1.2% in October from 1.4% in the prior month. The core PCE rate that strips out food and energy edged down to 1.3% from 1.5% on an annual basis.

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The Motley FoolNov 25, 2020
Looking to Invest in Mining Stocks? These 3 Could Be Great Buys.
Gold may be a lucrative opportunity, but it's not the only metal that investors should consider.

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