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Google Business NewsSep 30, 2020
'Upsetting': Swing state voters appalled by Trump-Biden debate, but will it change minds? - NBC News
'Upsetting': Swing state voters appalled by Trump-Biden debate, but will it change minds?  NBC NewsTrump casts doubt on the legitimacy of the election and refuses to condemn White supremacists in chaotic debate  CNNDonald Trump must tout the economy to win the debates | TheHill  The HillLive Updates: Trump and Biden Meet for First Presidential Debate | Opinion  Newsweek

MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
Market Snapshot: Dow ends 329 points higher, but stocks book worst month since March as fiscal stimulus hopes fade
U.S. stock indexes closed higher Wednesday, but booked their worst month since March, as hopes faded for another round of fiscal stimulus from Washington ahead of November's election.

Stock Market Today: Stocks Seesaw on Stimulus Hopes (Kiplinger)

The Motley FoolSep 30, 2020
Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Won't Be Available Before Election Day, CEO Says
MRNA-1273 will not complete its clinical testing and win approval before Nov. 25, at the very earliest.

Chicago Tribune Business NewsSep 30, 2020
‘Political propaganda' or ‘essential public health messages?' Government-sponsored food boxes include a letter from Trump, and some Chicago food pantries are removing it
Food pantries for months have relied on a government-sponsored food box program to serve a spike in needy families during the pandemic. But the latest batch of boxes include an item some find unpalatable as the election nears: a letter signed by President Donald Trump.

MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
: Moderna CEO tells FT that coronavirus vaccine won't be ready by election day
Moderna Inc.'s potential coronavirus vaccine will not be ready by the U.S. presidential election, the drug maker's chief executive told the Financial Times on Wednesday.

MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
: Facebook bans political ads that delegitimize presidential election
Facebook Inc. said Wednesday it will ban certain ads that attempt to delegitimize the presidential election, a day after President Donald Trump made baseless claims during the first presidential debate that the election would be "rigged."

USA Today MoneySep 30, 2020
Facebook bans ads that seek to delegitimize the election or make false claims about voting
The policy change appears aimed at President Trump's use of social media to spread falsehoods about mail-in voting election and claims of voter fraud.       

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