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The Motley FoolSep 30, 2020
Why Piedmont Lithium, Lithium Americas, and SunPower Stock Were All Up After the Presidential Debate
Both Biden and Trump talked up electric cars and renewable energy in last night's debate.

CNBC FinanceSep 30, 2020
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Nikola, Datadog, Micron, Canada Goose & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

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Futures fall slightly after debate as stocks head for first down month since March, Disney declines (CNBC Finance)

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Coronavirus tally: Global cases of COVID-19 top 33.6 million, 1.008 million deaths and Trump blames China for outbreak
The global tally for confirmed cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 climbed to 33.6 million on Wednesday, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University, while the death toll rose to 1.008 million. The U.S. has the highest case tally at 7.2 million, and highest death toll at 205,998. In the first of three planned presidential debates, President Donald Trump blamed China for the outbreak, while rival Democrat Joe Biden slammed Trump's handling of the crisis. "It is what it is because you are who you are," Biden said, parotting the phrase Trump used in a recent Axios interview regarding the U.S. death toll. Brazil has the second-highest death toll at 142,921, but third-highest case tally at 4.8 million. India is second to the U.S. by case tally at 6.2 million, and has the third-highest death toll at 97,497. Mexico is fourth with 77,163 deaths and seventh with 738,163 cases. The U.K. has 42,162 deaths and 448,734 cases, the highest death toll in Europe and fifth-highest in the world.

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Dow Jones Futures Fall 200 Points Amid Trump-Biden Debate; Regeneron Up On Coronavirus Drug News - Investor's Business Daily (Google Business News)

Forbes HeadlinesSep 30, 2020
Top Stocks To Buy Today As Dow Opens High And Erases Overnight Decline
Barring an unprecedented rally today, September is set to close as the first down month for markets since March. For investors looking to make sense of these interesting times, the deep learning algorithms at Q.ai have crunched the data to give you a set of Top Buys.

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Stock market news live updates: Stocks rise with first presidential debate, stimulus in focus (Yahoo Business)

Google Business NewsSep 30, 2020
Dow Jones Today, Dow Jones Today, Stocks Rise To Put The Wraps On A Powerful Q3; Disney Dives On Covid Ruling - Investor's Business Daily
Dow Jones Today, Dow Jones Today, Stocks Rise To Put The Wraps On A Powerful Q3; Disney Dives On Covid Ruling  Investor's Business DailyStock sell-off may still have a ways to go as election, virus trigger volatility  CNBCWall Street falls flat with negative bias | Peter Cardillo to ET NOW  ET NOWDow Jones Futures Fall 200 Points Amid Trump-Biden Debate; Regeneron Up On Coronavirus Drug News  Investor's Business DailyDow Off Lows but Remains in Red as Weakness in Energy Halts Bulls  Investing.com

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Dow to book Q3 restructuring charges of $500 million to $600 million as it cuts costs during pandemic
Dow Inc. said Wednesday it expects to book restructuring charges of $500 million to $600 million in the third quarter, as the materials science company, which makes plastics and paints among other products, pushes ahead with a cost cutting program during the pandemic. The company said the charges will consist of severance and related benefit costs, exit and disposal activity costs and asset write-downs and write-offs. The company is on track to achieve its reduced target for capex of $1.25 billion in 2020, down from $2.0 billion in 2019. "Given the expected gradual and uneven global economic recovery from COVID-19, we announced in July that we are taking necessary actions to continue to optimize our asset footprint, reduce structural costs and enhance the competitiveness of our business over the long-term," Chief Executive Jim Fitterling said in a statement. The company is expecting to close the dale of rail infrastructure assets at six North American sites to Watco three months earlier than planned for cash proceeds or more than $310 million. Shares were not active premarket, but have fallen 15% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 3.2%.

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MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
Need to Know: Why billionaire investor Leon Cooperman says there are ‘three stock markets,' as he warns about danger in FAANG stocks
Leon Cooperman, the 77-year-old billionaire chief executive of hedge fund Omega Advisers, has a lot of thoughts on the stock market. Or, as he puts it, three stock markets.

MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
Market Snapshot: Dow jumps 450 points on strong economic data, promising vaccine news
U.S. stock indexes trade higher Wednesday midday as investors focus on brighter economic data and promising signs from companies working on COVID-19 treatments.

FT.com - Financial MarketsSep 30, 2020
US stocks set for worst month since March as election jitters build
Chaotic debate between Trump and Biden adds to gloom ahead of polling day in November

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Industrial ETFs higher on re-opening trade, stimulus hopes
Exchange-traded funds focused on the industrial sector rallied Wednesday amid a rebound for stocks as economic data surprised to the upside. The Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund gained 1.5% at midday, making it one of the biggest sector-tracker winners of the day. The iShares U.S. Industrials ETF was 1.3% higher. In addition to shipping and heavy machinery companies that will benefit from an economic second wind, the sector includes shares of airline companies, which were sharply higher Wednesday. United Airlines Holding Inc. shares were up nearly 4%, and Delta Air Lines Inc. shares gained 2.3% as investors absorbed promising news about coronavirus treatments and continued to bank on Washington delivering an additional round of stimulus. Over the past three months, the SPDR fund has gained 13.5% and the iShares fund is up 12.2%, both beating the 9% increase for the S&P 500 . And over the past month, both are essentially flat, beating the broad market's 4% decline.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 30, 2020
Palantir debuts on Wall Street through a direct listing, here's why this analyst is bullish
Mark Cash, Morningstar equity analyst, joins Yahoo Finance's The First Trade with Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi to discuss Palantir's debut on the New York Stock Exchange.


MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Yalla Group shares slide 3% in trading debut
Shares of Yalla Group Ltd. , a social networking and entertainment platform active in the Middle East and North Africa, fell 3% in their trading debut Wednesday, after the deal priced at $7.50 per ADS, the lower end of its $7 to $9 price range. The company sold 18.6 million shares to raise about $139.5 million. The shares are trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "YALA." Morgan Stanley and Haitong International Securities Company Limited were joint bookrunners for the offering, with Tiger Brokers (NZ) Limited acting as co-manager. Proceeds will be used to finance product development, marketing and for general corporate purposes.

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MarketWatchSep 30, 2020
Metals Stocks: Gold prices fall for the month, but tally an 8th quarterly gain in a row
Gold futures finish lower for Wednesday's session, contributing to a loss for the month as prices respond to a strengthening U.S. dollar that is weighing on commodity prices.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Gold futures fall for the month, edge higher for the quarter
Gold futures posted a loss for Wednesday's session, contributing to a decline for the month, but the precious metal notched an eighth straight quarterly gain. "The stats show that it was a great quarter for the metals, but September was a lousy month," said Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter. A "small uptick in real interest rates" was the primary reason for the month's loss. "Considering the blistering move gold had made earlier in the quarter to over $2,000 an ounce, and the fact that it had failed to build upon that rally, the minor rise in real rates was all that was needed to shake the weak hands out of the gold market and start a sell off," he said. December gold fell $7.70, or 0.4%, to settle at $1,895.50 an ounce. Based on the most-active contracts, prices fell 4.2% for the month, but gained 5.3% for the third quarter, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

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The Motley FoolSep 30, 2020
Buy These Cheap Stocks in a Market Sell-Off
A crashing market gives investors the chance to get these two bargain stocks for even cheaper prices.

Yahoo BusinessSep 30, 2020
U.S. Stock Futures Slip After Presidential Debate: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity futures slipped after an acrimonious American presidential debate highlighted the risk of a contested vote in November. The contracts headed lower in the hours after the chaotic sparring between Donald Trump and Democratic hopeful Joe Biden during which the president suggested vote-by-mail could be rife with fraud. In Europe, stocks were mixed amid declines in industrial-goods and tech shares while utilities gained. Portfolio rebalancing tied to the end of the month also had the potential to fuel choppy trading."Trump refused to soften his stance on the contested-elections scenario, which we think would have been a huge positive development for markets," said Win Thin, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. in New York.Global investors are also keeping an eye on news about coronavirus vaccines and the latest efforts to push through new stimulus measures in Washington, with key officials set to meet again Wednesday. A reminder of the pandemic's economic pain came from Walt Disney Co.'s announcement that 28,000 workers will be let go from its U.S. resort business.Treasuries and the dollar were mostly steady, along with the price of gold. Emerging-market stocks gained. Elsewhere, equities slumped in Asia. Crude oil traded around $39 a barrel in New York, heading for the first monthly loss since April, as the world's biggest trading houses signaled a meaningful recovery in demand is some way off.Here are some key events coming up:A large line up of E

The Motley FoolSep 30, 2020
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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 30, 2020
Stocks open higher as investors shrug off presidential debate
U.S. stocks rose Wednesday after trading initially lower in pre-market hours as analysts said the first presidential election debate didn't provide much of an outlook on the coming November election. The S&P 500 rose 0.4% to 3,348. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 182 points, or 0.7%, to 27,635. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.2% to 11,111. Investors say the debate was unlikely to affect the trajectory of the presidential race. And in U.S. economic data on Wednesday morning, Automatic Data Processing said 749,000 private-sector jobs had been created in September, ahead of estimates for a gain of 650,000

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Yahoo BusinessSep 30, 2020
Veolia Makes an Offer Engie Shouldn't Refuse
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Veolia Environnement SA has wisely bettered its first lowball offer for 29.9% of rival water-and-waste firm Suez SA with a seriously sweetened bid that Engie SA — the state-backed utility that owns the stake — will find very hard to refuse. The bigger question is whether it's enough to get French politics out of the way.The new offer of 18 euros per share represents a 16% increase and values the Suez stake at 3.4 billion euros ($4 billion). Veolia boss Antoine Frerot's aim isn't just to stuff Engie shareholders' mouths with gold, but to remove as much political risk as possible. The company has committed to maintain full employment of Suez workers in France if it manages to swallow the entire company. Plus it's pledged any takeover would be on a friendly basis after six months of negotiations to reach an agreement. The new price is undeniably attractive. It represents a multiple of 90 times Suez's projected adjusted earnings this year and 28 times next year's, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The earlier 15.50 euro offer proposed undemanding cost savings of only 500 million euros, a sum worth an estimated 1.5% of combined operating costs, according to Barclays. A bid in the high teens, as my colleague Chris Hughes has written, always looked more realistic.While the fairer price should please Engie's board and shareholders of Suez, whose stock rose as much as 8% on the news, it's the friendlier tone that will please President Emmanuel Macron and his finance minister, Bruno Le Maire. Tensions are running ext
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