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MarketWatchSep 18, 2020
How the Trump administration ban on TikTok could create a security problem for users
The same order is blocking downloads of WeChat, owned by Tencent Holdings, also based in China.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 18, 2020
Short Sellers Piling Into Chinese Stocks As Trade Tensions Rise
Trade tensions between China and the U.S. are once again on the rise over President Donald Trump's threats to ban TikTok and WeChat in the U.S. starting on Sunday. With the November election now only about six weeks away, S3 Partners analyst Ihor Dusaniwsky said short sellers are targeting Chinese stocks in a major way.Dusaniwsky said China and Hong Kong short interest now totals $104 billion, an increase of $2.03 billion in the past month. The dispute between Trump and China over TikTok could be a preview of what's to come between now and the election, and short sellers seem to believe Chinese stocks could suffer.Most Shorted China Stocks: Here are the five U.S.-listed Chinese stocks with the largest outstanding short positions, according to S3: * Alibaba Group Holding Ltd - ADR (NYSE: BABA), $11.72 billion in short interest. * JD.Com Inc (NASDAQ: JD), $3.24 billion in short interest. * Pinduoduo Inc - ADR (NASDAQ: PDD), $2.95 billion in short interest. * GSX Techedu Inc (NYSE: GSX), $2.38 billion in short interest. * Nio Inc - ADR (NYSE: NIO), $1.47 billion in short interest.Short sellers have been particularly aggressive in betting against Alibaba and JD.com in the past 30 days. Alibaba's short interest has increased by $1.48 billion in that time, while JD.com's short interest is up by $320.7 million. Nio's short interest is headed in the other direction, dropping by $642.5 million in the past month.Dusaniwsky said Chinese stock short sellers have had some home run trades in 2020 led by Luckin Coffee

NYTimes BusinessSep 18, 2020
Explaining Trump's Potential Ban on TikTok, WeChat: Q&A
The Commerce Department announced that it was prohibiting downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores. Here's what you need to know.

Google Business NewsSep 18, 2020
Voters endure long, socially distanced lines to cast early ballots in four states - CNN
Voters endure long, socially distanced lines to cast early ballots in four states  CNNYour big questions about voting and the 2020 election, answered  CNNTexas is a 'voter suppression' state and one of the hardest places to vote. Will it help Trump win?  The GuardianRanked-choice voting is a better way to vote  The Boston Globe

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Google Business NewsSep 18, 2020
Trump officials wrote CDC testing guidance against scientific advice: NYT - Business Insider - Business Insider
Trump officials wrote CDC testing guidance against scientific advice: NYT - Business Insider  Business InsiderCDC reportedly objected to COVID-19 testing guidance  ABC NewsTrump administration wrote controversial US health agency guidelines on testing: report  DAWN.comThis Is the Most Obese State in the Country  Yahoo LifestyleReport: Controversial CDC Change Didn't Come From CDC  Newser

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 18, 2020
McConnell says a Trump pick to replace Ginsburg on Supreme Court would get Senate vote
Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader who refused to bring to a confirmation vote President Barack Obama's nominee to replace conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia upon his death in 2016 because it was an election year, announced Friday in the wake of news of the death of liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that President Donald Trump's selection to replace Ginsburg will get a Senate vote. McConnell argued in a statement that began by paying tribute to Ginsburg's 87 years of life and trailblazing career that the Senate majority in place at the time of Scalia's sudden death had been put there to oppose Obama, while the Senate majority currently in place exists to pursue the Trump agenda. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer had moments earlier referenced McConnell's 2016 words in stating the view that the American people should have a voice, through their votes in the presidential election, in the selection of the next Supreme Court justice, which had a 5-4 conservative majority prior to Ginsburg's death. Election Day is 46 days away.

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Google Business NewsSep 18, 2020
TikTok deal still has a chance but WeChat 'dead' in the U.S., says senior administration official - CNBC
TikTok deal still has a chance but WeChat 'dead' in the U.S., says senior administration official  CNBCUS will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday  CNNLive Stock Market Tracker  The New York TimesTrump bans all TikTok, WeChat downloads in US  Fox NewsCan US TikTokers still legally use the app after Sunday's download ban?  New York Post

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FT.com - USSep 18, 2020
Trump's April vaccine forecast puts him at odds with experts
President's prediction comes as CDC reverses course on testing guidelines

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