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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.

Google Business NewsSep 25, 2020
Boeing, Apple Inc. share gains contribute to Dow's 330-point rally - MarketWatch
Boeing, Apple Inc. share gains contribute to Dow's 330-point rally  MarketWatchNasdaq Soars 150 Points, Fueled By Big Gains For Tesla, Apple, Qualcomm; Boeing Leads Dow Jones  Investor's Business DailyOpinion: Here's how stocks typically perform in October and why you may want to buckle up  msnNOWAmazon.com Inc. stock rises Friday, outperforms market  MarketWatch

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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