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MarketWatch Breaking NewsSep 24, 2020
Nasdaq futures underperform overnight as pressure on tech stocks continues
Nasdaq futures underperform overnight as pressure on tech stocks continues

CNBC BusinessSep 23, 2020
Jim Cramer recommends buying Big Tech, dividend stocks into further weakness
CNBC's Jim Cramer said he expects more volatility for the market ahead, but recommended investors consider stocks like Apple and PepsiCo when they reach appropriate prices.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 23, 2020
3 "Perfect 10" Stocks to Watch as Volatility Within the Market Continues
From the end of March through the end of August, stocks had a tremendous runup to record high levels. The gains completely wiped out the losses from the mid-winter ‘coronavirus collapse,' and it looked like we were in for a sustained run of good days. But all of that changed as September rang in. The market hit a bump, and has been undergoing a correction. It's at times like these that some comprehensive stock analysis is most helpful. TipRanks has the right tool for that job: the Smart Score, which analyzes 8 separate factors from the TipRanks database, all collected and measured by AI algorithms, and uses them to generate a simple, comprehensive score for the market's most traded stocks. The Smart Score measures the traditional factors of stock analysis, including the technical and fundamental analyses, as well as the conventional wisdom on a stock, through analyst, blogger, and news sentiment, and the collective investor views, through hedge activity, insider trading, and individual investor activity. The result is an aggregate, a single number that points out the stock's likely forward path.With this mind, we've used the TipRanks database to pinpoint three stocks with "perfect 10" Smart Scores. We'll see why these companies scored so highly, and what Wall Street's analysts have to say about it.Camping World Holdings (CWH)We'll start with a company that has a unique advantage during these pandemic days. Camping World Holdings is the largest retailer of RVs in the US, along with their related

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 23, 2020
Fauci predicts U.S. will know if COVID-19 vaccines are effective by "November or December"
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, expects to see data from the Phase 3 clinical trials of some COVID-19 vaccine candidates indicating whether the vaccines are safe and effective by "November or December" of this year. Fauci made the remarks while testifying during a congressional hearing on Wednesday. There are four experimental coronavirus vaccines in late-stage studies in the U.S., including candidates developed by AstraZeneca's and the University of Oxford, BioNTech and Pfizer Inc. , Johnson & Johnson , and Moderna Inc. . "We feel strongly that if we have a combination of adherence to the public health measures together with a vaccine that will be distributed to people in this country and worldwide, we may be able to turn around this terrible pandemic that which we have been experiencing," he said. Drs. Robert Redfield, director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Stephen Hahn, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, are also testifying.

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MarketWatchSep 23, 2020
NewsWatch: Dow ends 525 points lower as tech tumbles, stocks close near session lows
Major U.S. stock indexes close lower, sliding in the final hour of trade, as market participants struggled to shake off worries about a lack of a coronavirus aid package and rising COVID-19 cases.

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Market Snapshot: Dow ends 525 points lower as tech tumbles, stocks close near session lows (MarketWatch)

Yahoo BusinessSep 23, 2020
Market Recap: Wednesday, September 23
Stocks accelerated losses into the close Wednesday, erasing earlier gains and ending an advance that began on Tuesday. The S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq each had their worst day in two weeks, with the S&P 500 sinking more than 2%, led by a drop in the energy and information technology sectors, to close at its lowest level since the end of July. The Nasdaq's more than 3% decline brought the index down also to near a two-month low while the Dow fell to its lowest close since the beginning of August.


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Here's what happened to the stock market on Wednesday (CNBC Finance)

CNBC FinanceSep 23, 2020
Dow closes more than 500 points lower as tech pressure mounts, Apple slides 4%
Stocks fell sharply as tech shares took another leg lower and investors fretted over uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic and further stimulus.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 23, 2020
Dow tumbles 525 points on Wednesday, setting up worst weekly slump since June as tech, energy fall
Stocks ended sharply lower Wednesday resuming a decidedly downward tilt on for Wall Street as a dearth of bullish factors gave way to a continuation of a sell-off for major benchmarks that commenced in earnest on Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average [: DJIA] fell 2% to close around 26,770, the S&P 500 index closed off 2.4% at 2,236, with the broad-market index flirting with a close near correction at 3,222.76. All of the S&P 500's 11 sectors finished sharply lower on the session, led by a 4.5% decline in energy and a 3.2% decline in the technology sector . Wednesday's losses bring the Dow and the S&P 500 on track to mark their worst weekly drops since late June. The Nasdaq Composite index closed of 3% at around 10,633, deepening its slump into correction, defined as a drop of at least 10% from a recent peak. All closing levels are on a preliminary level.

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NYTimes BusinessSep 23, 2020
Wall Street Tumbles Again With Tech Stocks Leading

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