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The Motley FoolSep 25, 2020
What Correction? S&P 500 Surges as Apple Leads Tech Stock Boom and Cruise Stocks Rise; Oil Stocks Fall
One analyst says it's time to buy cruise stocks, and a bunch of investors are already there on Big Tech.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 25, 2020
Online marketplace Poshmark confidentially files for IPO
Poshmark Inc. said late Friday it confidentially submitted to securities regulators a draft registration statement for its initial public offering. The number of shares to be offered and the price range are yet to be determined, the Redwood City, Calif., company said in a press release. The IPO is expected to start after the Securities and Exchange Commission completes its review process, subject to market conditions. Poshmark is an online marketplace for new and used clothing and other fashion items.

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MarketWatchSep 25, 2020
Bond Report: Long-dated government bond yields post weekly slide as stocks run into turbulence
Treasury yields on Friday barely budged but longer-dated government debt posted weekly declines, and prices rose over the five-day period, as stocks faced headwinds centered on a lack of fresh coronavirus stimulus from Washington lawmakers, rising cases of coronavirus and jitters about the Nov. 3 presidential elections in the U.S.

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The Motley FoolSep 25, 2020
Appian, Okta, and Shopify Stocks All Popped on Friday
A lack of profitability didn't hurt them, for today at least.

Yahoo BusinessSep 25, 2020
Stock market news live updates: Wall St. closes higher as tech rebounds, Nasdaq rises by the most in two weeks
Stocks rose Friday, closing sharply higher even amid a surge in coronavirus cases overseas and concerns over prospects of fiscal stimulus in the US.


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Forbes HeadlinesSep 25, 2020
Dow Rallies 350 Points, But Stocks Are Down For A Fourth Week In A Row
Markets ended the week on a high note, despite a dismal performance so far in September.

KiplingerSep 25, 2020
Stock Market Today 9/25/20: Stocks Win the Session but Lose the Week on Growth Fears
All three major indexes closed a choppy week of trading with gains on Friday, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 still logged a weekly loss for the fourth consecutive week.

SEE MORE 13 Best Warren Buffett Growth Stocks Friday's session was defined, in part, by more mixed economic data. Core capital orders increased by more than forecast, but growth in durable goods orders rose less than expected. Altogether the data did nothing to reassure a market that's concerned about a slowing recovery amid waning federal financial help for businesses and the unemployed.

"Risk assets remained stable following the economic releases as last month's readings were revised upwards, but cyclical assets continue to experience bouts of selling due to the growing global economic worries," Gorilla Trades notes. 

Against that backdrop, tech stocks once again took center stage as investors scramble for growth in a recessionary environment, with Microsoft (MSFT), Apple (AAPL) and Salesforce.com (CRM) being among the Dow's top gainers. For the record, the blue-chip average rose 359 points, or 1.3%, to finish at 27,174.

The usual anxieties surrounding the imminent end of fiscal stimulus, a mixed economic picture and rising COVID-19 cases will likely take center stage next week, as the corporate earnings calendar is pretty ligh


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MarketWatch Breaking NewsSep 25, 2020
Citi global strategists say you may want to buy the dip in gold, but not stocks
Citi global strategists say you may want to buy the dip in gold, but not stocks

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Yahoo BusinessSep 25, 2020
Boeing helps lift Dow 358 points as tech shares drive S&P, Nasdaq
U.S. stocks staged a late day comeback but the Dow and S&P; still posted weekly losses.


MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 25, 2020
Oil futures end lower for the week
Oil futures were slightly lower on Friday, posting a loss for the week as some signs of tighter supplies, including a second weekly decline in U.S. crude inventories, failed to offset pressure from expectations of weaker energy demand on the back of the rise in COVID-19 cases. "The oil market is sensitive to the perceived health of the world economy and there were already signs that the rebound was cooling before the recent jump in new cases of coronavirus in Europe," said David Madden, market analyst at CMC Markets UK. Meanwhile, data from Baker Hughes Friday showed that the number of active U.S. oil-drilling rigs climbed by 4 this week to 183, marking the first increase in three weeks. November West Texas Intermediate crude fell 6 cents, or nearly 0.2%, to settle at $40.25 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. For the week, prices for the most-active contract lost 2.6%, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 24, 2020
SEC fines BMW, U.S. subsidiaries for 'misleading' bond investors
The Securities and Exchange Commission has slapped Germany's BMW AG and two of the company's U.S. subsidiaries with a $18 million penalty for allegedly fudging U.S. sales numbers to mislead bond investors. The SEC said late Thursday it has settled charges against the auto maker for disclosing "inaccurate and misleading information" about retail sales volume in the U.S. while raising about $18 billion from investors in several corporate bond offerings. BMW "inflated" its U.S. retail sales from 2015 to 2019, helping to close the gap between actual retail sales volume and internal targets "and publicly maintain a leading retail sales position relative to other premium automotive companies," the SEC alleged. BMW of North America LLC kept a reserve of unreported retail vehicle sales it internally referred to as the "bank," the SEC said in a press release. That was used to meet internal monthly sales targets "without regard to when the underlying sales occurred," the SEC said. BMW North America also paid dealers to designate vehicles as test-driving vehicles or loaners so that the company could count them as having been sold to customers. Additionally, BMW North America "improperly" adjusted its retail sales reporting in 2015 and in 2017 to meet internal sales targets or bank excess retail sales for future use, the SEC said. As a result, the information that the company provided to investors looking at bond offerings through a BMW U.S. financing subsidiary as well as to credit ratings agencies "contained material misstatements and omissions regarding BMW's U.S. retail vehicle sales," the SEC said. BWM cooperated with the investigation, which was taken into consideration in imposing the penalty, the SEC said. The three companies agreed to pay a joint penalty of $18 million and "to cease and desist from future violations of these provisions," the SEC said.

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