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Yahoo BusinessSep 28, 2020
President Trump's tax returns show he has company: How rich Americans avoid taxes
Like President Donald Trump, rich Americans often deploy sophisticated tax avoidance strategies to maximize their wealth. Here are a few.


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CNBC BusinessSep 28, 2020
As coronavirus deaths pass 1 million, health-care workers around the world share stories from the front lines
Health-care workers on the front lines from around the world share what it has been like to treat patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Google Market NewsSep 28, 2020
Dow Jones Gains Over 400 Points While Nasdaq Leads Market; Chip Stocks Higher - Investor's Business Daily
Dow Jones Gains Over 400 Points While Nasdaq Leads Market; Chip Stocks Higher  Investor's Business DailyStocks jump at open as Dow and S&P 500 look to snap four-week losing streak  CNBC TelevisionDow closes more than 400 points higher to start the week, led by banks and tech  CNBCMarkets Notch Gains, But There's an 'Elephant in the Room'  NewserGap market breadth likely as Big Tech, futures trending with positive bias | Global Cues | 28th Sep  ET NOW

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Dow Jones Surges 500 Points, As Apple, Tesla Jump; Virgin Galactic Rockets On Buy Ratings - Investor's Business Daily (Google Market News)

Chicago Tribune Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Citing a downward trend in COVID-19 cases, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she's easing restrictions on indoor bars, restaurants, fitness class sizes: ‘People have risen to the occasion'
Chicago bars that don't serve food will be allowed to reopen for indoor service starting Thursday, and bars and restaurants will be allowed to serve alcohol until 1 a.m., Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Monday.

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The Motley FoolSep 28, 2020
S&P 500 Surges 53 Points: These Struggling Sectors Are Driving Stocks Higher Today
Oil and financial sector stocks led today's rally, helped along with a late-day run higher by tech stocks.

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Market Snapshot: Dow ends 410 points higher, stocks rally ahead of presidential debate and Friday's jobs report (MarketWatch)

Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Trump announces plan to deploy 150 million Covid rapid tests previously touted - CNN
Trump announces plan to deploy 150 million Covid rapid tests previously touted  CNNRapid coronavirus tests to be sent across the U.S. in push to reopen schools  NJ.comTrump Gives Update On Coronavirus Testing Strategy | NBC News  NBC NewsTrump admin begins shipping rapid coronavirus tests to states  POLITICOTrump: Millions of Virus Rapid Tests Will Be Distributed  Bloomberg Politics

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Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
Covid-19 Has Killed More Than 1 Million People Worldwide
About 1 in 5 deaths took place in the United States.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 28, 2020
13 ways you can pay less taxes, too
President Trump reportedly paid no taxes some years. See how to cut your own tax bill.


Yahoo BusinessSep 28, 2020
Palantir eyes $22B market debut — here's what the secretive big-data firm does
Palantir is set to make its debut on the public markets on Tuesday. Here's what you need to know about the secretive big-data company and what its does.


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The Motley FoolSep 28, 2020
Why Shares of AerCap Soared Higher on Monday
Good news for the airlines is good news for AerCap.

USA Today MoneySep 28, 2020
This Audible discount is one of the best early Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals we've seen
This early Amazon Prime Day 2020 deal on an Amazon Audible audiobook subscription service is too good to skip—find out more.       

Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
U.S. stock futures rise slightly after Monday's rally - CNBC
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Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
8 Early Amazon Prime Day Deals You Can Already Shop Right Now
While Prime Day is still a few weeks away, Amazon has already confirmed a few pre-Prime Day deals including $100 off Toshiba's new Amazon Fire TV.

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United Airlines Reaches Deal to Avoid Some Job Cuts (NYTimes Business)

Wall Street Journal US BusinessSep 28, 2020
Household Wealth Rose in Years Before Pandemic, Fed Says
Those in lower-income and lower-wealth categories reaped relatively large gains, according to the Federal Reserve's data.

Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Trump's TikTok restrictions ‘likely exceed' his legal authority, federal judge says - POLITICO
Trump's TikTok restrictions ‘likely exceed' his legal authority, federal judge says  POLITICOJudge blocks Trump administration's ban on new TikTok downloads from U.S. app stores  CNBCU.S. Likely Exceeded Authority in TikTok Ban, Judge Says  The Wall Street JournalShow me who bans TikTok and I'll show you your (future) allies | TheHill  The Hill

NYTimes BusinessSep 28, 2020
U.S. Household Wealth Rose Before the Pandemic, but Inequality Persisted
A Federal Reserve survey of family finances shows that inequality was high last year. It's likely to worsen because of the pandemic.

SEC.gov Updates: News DigestSep 28, 2020
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MarketWatchSep 28, 2020
The Wall Street Journal: United Airlines scales back furlough plans as pilots agree to deal
United Airlines said it secured a deal to avoid furloughing pilots before next summer, reducing planned compulsory layoffs by about a quarter to under 12,000 if more federal aid isn't forthcoming.

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AdWeek NewsSep 28, 2020
4 Things Marketers Should Keep in Mind About Podcast Advertising
It's no secret that the podcast advertising market is exploding. Brands like Spotify have made massive investments in the space this year, and market research company Forrester reports a 52% year-over-year growth. In a new report, Forrester examined how podcast advertising is still an emerging field, with room to improve in measurement and targeting capabilities....

The Motley FoolSep 28, 2020
Why Boeing Shares Are Higher Today
Wall Street is getting excited about the 737 MAX returning to service.

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Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
Democrats Release Smaller $2.2 Trillion Stimulus Proposal In Final Bid For Compromise Before Election Day
Pelosi says she's still ‘optimistic' about a deal, but the clock is ticking.

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Wall Street Journal US BusinessSep 28, 2020
U.S. Likely Exceeded Authority in TikTok Ban, Judge Says
Banning downloads while the court fight continues would harm the video-sharing app's business, a federal judge said, ruling that the Trump administration's curbs likely went beyond the bounds of a national security law.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 28, 2020
Oil futures end higher, even as demand concerns grow
Oil futures ended higher on Monday on the heels of last week's loss, finding some support as a possible oil workers' strike in Norway may lead to lower production, analysts said. Oil firms in Norway plan to close down 22% of the nation's oil and gas output if workers go on strike on Wednesday, Reuters reported Friday. Price gains for oil, however, were modest as traders continued to fret over the rise in global cases of COVID-19 and outlook for energy demand. November West Texas Intermediate crude rose 35 cents, or 0.9%, to settle at $40.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.



Chicago Tribune Business NewsSep 28, 2020
United Airlines pilots accept deal to avoid nearly 3,000 furloughs
United Airlines pilots have agreed to a deal that will spare almost 3,000 pilots from furloughs through at least June 2021.

Entrepreneur.comSep 28, 2020
Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump's TikTok Ban
Download the popular video-sharing app while you still can.

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Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
2020 Presidential Debate Odds: Bettors Picking Trump To Defeat Biden But ‘Over' On ‘Non-Facts'
Back by popular demand, sportsbooks are pulling out all of the stops once again as the first Presidential Debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is scheduled to take place tomorrow night.

CNBC BusinessSep 28, 2020
The coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people and upended the global economy in less than nine months
The coronavirus pandemic has reach its most grisly milestone to date: 1 million people are dead.

Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
Stimulus Update: $2.2 Trillion Stimulus Package Proposal Unveiled, Includes $1,200 Stimulus Checks And $600 Unemployment Benefits
Nancy Pelosi unveiled a $2.2 trillion updated Heroes Act that includes $1,200 second stimulus checks, a renewed $600 federal unemployment benefit, and over $400 billion in aid to states and cities. She will resume negotiations with Steve Mnuchin on the next stimulus package Tuesday morning.

USA Today MoneySep 28, 2020
Avoiding taxes
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USA Today MoneySep 28, 2020
Biden vs. Trump
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AdWeek NewsSep 28, 2020
Twitter Reveals Its Plans for the First Presidential Debate
The first presidential candidates' debate between incumbent Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger and former Vice President Joe Biden will take place Tuesday night, and Twitter already has several initiatives in place. The debate will be livestreamed free-of-charge on Twitter at 9 p.m. ET Tuesday, featured atop the timelines of many users and accessible...

KiplingerSep 28, 2020
Stock Market Today: Renewed Stimulus Hopes Spark Wide Monday Rally
Hopes for economic help from Washington were reignited over the weekend, enabling Wall Street to ignore several potentially bearish catalysts Monday and send stocks to a wide-ranging rally.

Most concerning might have been the news that Inovio Pharmaceuticals' (INO, -28.3%) COVID-19 vaccine candidate was put in a "partial clinical hold."

SEE MORE 20 Best Stocks to Buy for the New Bull Market Uncertainty over what we'll hear in the presidential debates, which begin Tuesday night, also might have been considered an overhang given the importance of the 2020 elections to the nation's economic picture.

"The U.S. election is taking place against a historic backdrop of a pandemic, recession and domestic strife," say BlackRock Investment Institute strategists. "The outcome could have significant implications for key policy areas: fiscal stimulus, public investment, taxation, regulation and foreign affairs. It also has the potential to supercharge structural trends such as an increased policy and market focus on sustainability."

But first and foremost on investors' minds was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Sunday revelation that the House is working on a smaller $2.4 trillion stimulus package; she was scheduled to talk to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin today.

Twenty-seven of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's 30 components finished in the black today, including big gainers Boeing (BA, 6.4%) and Dow (DOW, 3.1%), leading the industrial average 1.5% higher to 27,584.

Other action in the stock market today:

The S&P 500 finished up 1.6%


Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Biden holds narrow lead over Trump ahead of first debate: poll | TheHill - The Hill
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Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Coronavirus updates: Global death toll nears 1M; New York sees rise in cases; 1 in 3 parents won't vaccinate kids against flu - USA TODAY
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CNBC BusinessSep 28, 2020
A timeline of the insidious path the coronavirus took around the world to kill more than 1 million
Six months after the coronavirus arose from a Wuhan, China, seafood market late last year, it has spread to nearly every country on the globe.

Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Covid cases climbing again in U.S. while Fauci warns 'we're not in a good place' - NBC News
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Forbes HeadlinesSep 28, 2020
Every New Movie Coming To Netflix, Amazon Prime And Hulu This Week
Between now and Thursday, several new movies will be added to Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu. Here's every one of them.

CNBC BusinessSep 28, 2020
Pence says Americans should expect coronavirus cases to rise 'in the days ahead'
The rate of Covid-19 tests that come back positive is now rising in 10 states in the Midwest and West, Pence said during a press conference from the White House's Rose Garden.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 28, 2020
Dow books roughly 410-point gain to start the week, boosted by energy, industrials and financials
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Monday, starting the week on a higher note as investors bought shares of banks, energy companies, as well as materials and industrials firms. Talk of some progress toward a fresh coronavirus aid package, however unlikely to gain much traction on Washington, and bargain hunting by investors betting on happier economic times in the throes of a global viral outbreak, helped to revive some degree of the bullish sentiment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 410 points, or 1.5%, at 27,583, the S&P 500 index finished the session up 1.6% at 3,352, powered by a 2.3% gain in financials and a 2.3% in the energy sector . The Nasdaq Composite Index , meanwhile, closed 1.9% higher at 11,117, retaking a psychological perch above 11,000. All closing numbers are on a preliminary basis. Shares of Citigroup and Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo & Co. closed up 2.9% and 3.1%, and 3.5% respectively, helping to lead the charge higher for the economically sensitive banking sector, underscoring some bets for an improved economy by investors and efforts by investors to find value in beaten down sectors that have not enjoyed the run-up in stocks to the same degree as the highflying technology-related and work-from-home shares. Investors are also focused on the looming 2020 presidential election, with a debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden set for Tuesday, which could also influence investment behavior in the short term. Last week, stocks took a hit amid rising concerns of a renewed spread of the novel strain of coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Markets got off to a strong start on Monday partly due to solid economic data out of China, which appeared to overshadow reports of fresh lockdowns and growing cases of COVID-19 in parts of Europe.

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MarketWatchSep 28, 2020
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CNBC BusinessSep 28, 2020
Trump claims without offering proof that he has little debt and paid millions in taxes after NYT report
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MarketWatch Breaking NewsSep 28, 2020
Here's how the stock market tends to perform after the first presidential debate
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Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Rule Out Netflix Reality Show Spotlighting Their Philanthropy Work - Deadline
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The Motley FoolSep 28, 2020
Devon Energy and WPX Energy to Combine in a $12 Billion Merger of Equals
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Google Business NewsSep 28, 2020
Chiefs vs. Ravens score: Live updates, game stats, highlights, TV and streaming info for 'MNF' showdown - CBSSports.com
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NYTimes BusinessSep 28, 2020
Apple and Epic Games Spar Over Returning Fortnite to the App Store
The two companies argued in federal court over Apple's power over apps, as their fight heads to trial next year.

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FT.com - Financial MarketsSep 27, 2020
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FT.com - USSep 27, 2020
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KiplingerSep 25, 2020
Keep Politics Out of Your Investing Decisions!
These days, following an election can feel like watching the same slasher film every day for six months straight. But how should our political leanings impact our investing decisions? Specifically, should you sell before, during or after the election? While some might say that depends on who wins, I would take a different approach.

Two Clients Who Immediately Come to Mind I remember receiving a call the morning after President Trump won in 2016 from a client who wanted to sell out of the market because he was sure President Trump would run stocks into the ground. After some conversation we agreed to look the other way on politics for a while and focus instead on his investing strategy, keeping the two parts of his life divided and keeping his assets in the market. Looking back, he would have kicked himself if he'd allowed his political views to leave him out of an amazing runup in equities following President Trump's election: After the "Trump rally," market performance during Trump's term showed strong annualized returns of 11.1% per year, with data through Aug. 3, 2020.

SEE MORE 5 All-Too-Common Financial ‘Sins' … and How to Atone for Them On the other side of the aisle, I recall a client who was an avid supporter for President Trump and spent time standing by the roadside holding a Trump sign up for passing traffic (he was a pretty committed supporter). This client insisted on getting out of the market completely before the election because he believed Hillary Clinton would win and that the markets would be negatively impacted. In this case, the client missed the aforementioned equities runup completely, but for totally different emotional reasons than the first client. Not only was he frustrated that he


KiplingerSep 21, 2020
11 Dividend-Paying Stocks You Should Think Twice About
Income investors have been forced to become far more selective about the dividend-paying stocks they stash in their portfolios.

More than 60 S&P 500 firms have cut or suspended their dividends in 2020. In some cases, the companies involved have been trying to maintain their financial flexibility in the midst of a pandemic-sparked recession, while others have simply had no choice but to cut all but the most vital of cash expenditures.

While the market has come roaring back from the depths that prompted those dividend-paying stocks to cut back, we're not out of the woods yet. A number of dividend stocks still look like potential payout-cut risks, while others simply look unattractive given lackluster recovery prospects.

The DIVCON system from exchange-traded fund provider Reality Shares can help investors weed out some of these riskier dividend payers. This system uses a five-tier rating, from 1 to 5, to gauge companies' dividend health. A DIVCON 5 rating indicates not just a healthy dividend, but a high likelihood of dividend growth. DIVCON 1 dividend stocks, on the other hand, are the likeliest to cut or suspend their payouts.

Within each DIVCON rating is a composite score based on factors including free cash flow-to-dividends, profit growth, buybacks as a percentage of dividends and more.

Here are 11 dividend-paying stocks that you should avoid at the moment. Each of these stocks has a DIVCON rating of either 2 or 1, awarded based on various metric readings that point to dividend and other difficulties in the months ahead. Long-term investors are better off focusing their efforts (and money) on dividend investments with more stability and b


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