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For Nasdaq-rally skeptics, remember that momentum doesn’t die easily

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Congress won’t pass a new stimulus package, and that will crush the S&P 500

3M to develop rapid coronavirus test with MIT researchers

Shares of 3M Co. undefined gained 0.6% in premarket trading on Tuesday after the company said it is developing a rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19...

Delta Air stock slips after wider-than-expected loss

Delta Air Lines Inc. undefined stock fell nearly 1% in Tuesday premarket trading after the airline reported second-quarter losses that were wider t...

Travelers expects Q2 loss due to high level of catastrophe claims caused by storms in the U.S.

The Travelers Cos. Inc. undefined said Tuesday it expects to report a net loss per share of 16 cents for the second quarter, weighed down by a high...

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After 24-year gap, Ford unveils new Bronco


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Amazon, Crossover Health to establish first health center in Dallas-Fort Worth area

by Tomi Kilgore

Amazon, Crossover Health to establish 20 health centers in 5 U.S. cities near Amazon fulfillment centers

by Tomi Kilgore
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Why gold’s new all-time high will have to wait

Rarely have gold timers been more bullish than they are today— a bad sign, writes Mark Hulbert.

by Mark Hulbert
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‘I’m astounded that I have NOT received my payment’: When will I receive my stimulus check?

‘I fear it’s too late for me to receive my $1,200 stimulus check. The tax return deadline for 2019 was extended to July 15.’

by Quentin Fottrell
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Inflation Picked Up in June, Driven by Energy and Food

While the prices consumers pay for everything from food and fuel to haircuts jumped in June, investors shouldn’t read the increase as a sign of bubbling inflation.

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White House virus task force member says ‘none of us lie’

A top member of the White House coronavirus task force said Tuesday that “none of us lie” to the public, an accusation President Donald Trump had retweeted, and that while kids need to be back in school as Trump insists, “...

by Associated Press
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Tesla Stock Jumps on New $2,322 Price Target

Another analyst raised his Tesla price target, leapfrogging others and setting a new top mark for the electric vehicle pioneer’s stock.

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Citigroup Had an ‘Exceptional Quarter’ for Trading. Why the Stock Is Down.

Profits for Citigroup were better than the 35 cents a share analysts expected, but 73% below the level in the second quarter of 2019.

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Here’s one ‘remarkable’ difference between COVID-19 and the 1918 Spanish flu

There are also similarities between the 1918 influenza and SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China.

by Quentin Fottrell
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U.K. plans to ban Huawei from 5G technology by 2027

Chinese telecoms company Huawei will be banned from supplying new equipment to the U.K.’s 5G networks from the end of 2020, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced on Tuesday.

by Lina Saigol

Stocks trade modestly lower as earnings season kicks off

U.S. stocks fell slightly at the start of Tuesday's trade as second-quarter earnings season formally kicked off with results from the major Wall Street banks. The S&P 500 fell 0.3% to 3,146. The Dow Jones Industrial Avera...

by Sunny Oh

McDonald's, Dow Inc. share gains lead Dow's nearly 75-point climb

McDonald's, Dow Inc. share gains lead Dow's nearly 75-point climb

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I told my family I boycott Chick-fil-A over its support of anti-LGBTQ causes — now they ‘like’ it on Facebook and go there for lunch

‘At best, the company’s stance is irrelevant to these particular siblings. At worst, these positions are a key reason for their support.’

by Quentin Fottrell
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As COVID-19 cases surge in the U.S., Trump administration turns ire on Democrats, media — and Anthony Fauci

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he has not briefed the president since June 2.

by Quentin Fottrell

U.S. Stocks Waver on Virus Worries, U.S.-China Tensions

Investors were weighing better-than-expected earnings results from big U.S. banks and improving consumer prices, with concerns that the coronavirus spread may disrupt the economic recovery.

by Barron's

Spotify stock price target raised to $357 from $185 at BofA Securities

by Tomi Kilgore

EverQuote downgraded to underperform from neutral at BofA Securities

by Tomi Kilgore
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Higher gas and food prices trigger first increase in U.S. consumer inflation in 4 months

The cost of consumer goods and services rose in June for the first time in four months largely because of higher gasoline prices, but inflation more broadly remained low and is likely to stay that way during the pandemic. ...

by Jeffry Bartash

Nasdaq Composite pops into positive territory early Tuesday

by Mark DeCambre

Nasdaq falls nearly 76 at the open, 0.7%

by Andrea Riquier

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Changing the Name of a New York City Subway Stop Isn’t Easy

To change the name of two Brooklyn stations transit employees—including the ‘Porcelain Gang’—must install new signs, update apps and record new announcements, and that’s just the beginning.

by Anne Kadet
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U.S. Stocks Waver as Banks Kick Off Earnings Season

Major indexes wobbled as investors digested second-quarter results from some of the biggest banks for insights into the health of the U.S. economy and its lenders.

by Anna Hirtenstein
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U.K. to Ban Huawei From 5G Networks Amid China Tensions

The British government said it would bar telecom companies from purchasing new equipment made by China’s Huawei and gave them until 2027 to remove its technology from their 5G wireless networks, a sharp about-face that mar...

by Stephen Fidler
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JPMorgan Sets Aside Billions to Cover Coronavirus Loan Losses

The bank’s profit dropped 51% in the latest quarter as it set aside $10.47 billion to cover potential losses on loans to borrowers hurt by the pandemic.

by David Benoit
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Citigroup Profit Falls 73%

The New York bank’s second-quarter profit fell 73%, weighed down by the $7.9 billion the bank set aside for potentially rising loan losses.

by David Benoit
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Wells Fargo Swings to First Loss in More Than a Decade

The San Francisco-based bank lost $2.38 billion in the second quarter as it socked away money to prepare for a wave of soured loans.

by Ben Eisen
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Oklahoma Ruling Shakes Up How Police, Courts Handle Crimes Against Native Americans

The Supreme Court’s ruling has forced police officers and prosecutors in Oklahoma to quickly sort out the new boundaries of their jurisdictions, pushing a number of local cases involving crimes against Native Americans int...

by Christopher Weaver
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Mitch McConnell Signals Limits on Race-Related Policy Changes

In an interview, the U.S. Senate majority leader said he sees little sign that minorities face voter suppression and defended police in society, signaling limits to Republicans’ response to demands for change touched off b...

by Siobhan Hughes
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Jump in Coronavirus Cases Could Jeopardize Oil Market Recovery, OPEC Says

Even a record-breaking rise in oil demand next year won’t be enough to spur a recovery back to pre-coronavirus levels, according to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

by David Hodari
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China Threatens to Sanction Lockheed Martin Over Taiwan Arms Deal

China said it plans to sanction Lockheed Martin over its role in a $620 million U.S. arms package for Taiwan, Beijing’s latest retaliatory gesture amid mounting pressure from Washington.

by Chun Han Wong
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You Don’t Find Cadillacs Like This Every Day on eBay

Telecom CEO Eric Stang says his 1960 Eldorado Biarritz is “the prettiest Cadillac ever built.”

by A.J. Baime
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Photos: Love for an American Classic

Eric Stang shows off his 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz.

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LeBron James Is Going Back to Disney World

LeBron James played the biggest game of his life in Disney World. He lost. “Heartbreaking,” he says. He’s back to win an NBA championship.

by Ben Cohen
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Covid Babysitting: When Virtual Camp and Sitter Dates Get Messy

Virtual camp, it turns out, isn’t much more fun than remote school was. Kids are revolting, and parents are getting desperate.

by Julie Jargon
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U.S. Executes First Federal Inmate Since 2003

The Trump administration on Tuesday morning carried out the first federal execution in 17 years, after a divided Supreme Court rejected inmate claims that using pentobarbital for lethal injections would be unconstitutional.

by Jess Bravin
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U.S. June Consumer Prices Rose Sharply

U.S. consumer prices rose sharply in June, with higher prices for staples such as food, gasoline and apparel, as states broadened efforts to reopen economies last month while coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

by Amara Omeokwe
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China Says Hong Kong Opposition’s Primaries at Odds With Security Law

Beijing officials said legislative primaries held by Hong Kong’s political opposition over the weekend ‘blatantly challenges’ a new national security law, as pro-democracy candidates are positioned for a strong showing in ...

by Natasha Khan
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Should Ghislaine Maxwell Remain in Custody? That Will Be Key Question at Hearing

The longtime confidante of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein is set to appear before a Manhattan federal judge Tuesday to be arraigned on charges that she helped Mr. Epstein recruit and sexually abuse girls as young as 1...

by Rebecca Davis O’Brien
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Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel: A Marriage of Mindfulness

The Snapchat co-founder and supermodel are a study in contrasts. As Snap faces its own diversity challenges, the couple are on a mission to address social ills and racial injustice—including holding President Trump account...

by Christina Binkley
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TikTok, Bracing for Scrutiny in Australia, Seeks to Reassure Lawmakers

TikTok, the embattled short-video app run by Chinese technology giant Bytedance, has written to Australian politicians to reassure them about the safety of user data and its independence, as concerns about the app’s Chines...

by Liza Lin