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Google Market NewsJul 06, 2020
8-year-old girl fatally shot near Rayshard Brooks' memorial site; Atlanta mayor tells protesters to 'clear out' - NBC News
8-year-old girl fatally shot near Rayshard Brooks' memorial site; Atlanta mayor tells protesters to 'clear out'  NBC NewsAtlanta mayor says Wendy's occupied by protesters will be cleared after shootings; 8-year-old girl killed  Fox NewsReward for info on shooting death of 8-year-old during violent night in Atlanta  CBS46 News Atlanta

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 06, 2020
Uber to buy Postmates for $2.65 billion: reports
Uber Technologies Inc. has agreed to purchase food-delivery service Postmates for around $2.65 billion, according to media reports Sunday night. Bloomberg News and the New York Times both reported the deal, which is expected to be formally announced as soon as Monday. Postmates would be absorbed into the Uber Eats service, with Uber Eats chief Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty running the combined company, the reports said. Reports of a pending deal first surfaced last week, after Uber failed in a bid earlier this year to acquire rival food-delivery company GrubHub.

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Google Business NewsJul 05, 2020
An 8-year-old was fatally shot in Atlanta near Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed, police say - USA TODAY
An 8-year-old was fatally shot in Atlanta near Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed, police say  USA TODAYAtlanta mayor says Wendy's occupied by protesters will be cleared after shootings; 8-year-old girl killed  Fox NewsJuvenile killed after shooting on University Ave., near I-75/85  11AliveReward for info on shooting death of 8-year-old during violent night in Atlanta  CBS46 News Atlanta

Yahoo BusinessJul 05, 2020
China Stokes a Stock-Market Mania, Risking Repeat of 2015 Bubble
(Bloomberg) -- Chinese stocks extended their recent rapid climb, aided by an enthusiastic chorus from the nation's influential state media.The CSI 300 Index jumped as much as 4.2% on Monday morning, the most since February 2019. That's after it surged almost 7% last week. Turnover on the gauge was more than three times the average for this time of day. Brokerages led the gains after China International Capital Corp. hiked target prices for the industry, predicting the stock market will double in value in the next 5-10 years.A front-page editorial in the Securities Times on Monday said that fostering a "healthy" bull market after the pandemic is now more important to the economy than ever. The article pinned the accelerating gains on stock market reforms and excess global liquidity, while saying the struggle between the "world's powers" underscores the importance of a mature financial market.China's state media have long guided investors during key points in markets, whether talking up stocks or seeking to cool overheated speculation. While a strong domestic stock market would send a positive signal about China's resilience to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as aid company fundraising, it also risks inviting bubbles -- such as five years ago, when the equity market crashed after a debt-fueled rally."The state is very cautious about creating another boom-bust as seen in 2015, realizing the harm to confidence that comes from the bust is greater than the good from the ride up," said Wang Zhuo, fund m

Yahoo BusinessJul 05, 2020
Dominion, Duke exit pipeline project after years of delays
At the end of February we announced the arrival of the first US recession since 2009 and we predicted that the market will decline by at least 20% in (see why hell is coming). In these volatile markets we scrutinize hedge fund filings to get a reading on which direction each stock might be going. […]


Yahoo BusinessJul 05, 2020
JPMorgan Says Global Liquidity Surge to Boost Stocks and Bonds
(Bloomberg) -- Extremely loose monetary policy will be required for a long time to support growing debt levels worldwide, buoying liquidity along with global equity and bond prices, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co."More debt, more liquidity, more asset reflation," was the conclusion strategists including Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, who forecast a $16 trillion increase in worldwide debt this year that would push the combination of private and public sector borrowing to a record high $200 trillion by year-end.That will lead to higher savings rates, very accommodative central bank policies and more cash in the system -- the bulk of which may find its way into the global stock market, they wrote in a note Friday."Elevated cash holdings create a strong background support for non-cash assets such as bonds and equities," the strategists wrote. Given the current low level of bond yields, "most of this liquidity will eventually be deployed into equities as the need for precautionary savings subsides over time."The increase in global liquidity during the coronavirus crisis has happened at a much swifter pace that during the 2008 downturn, according to JPMorgan. Total money creation could exceed $15 trillion or more by the middle of next year as quantitative easing continues at a stronger-than-normal level, the strategists wrote.In the U.S., M2 money supply has risen $3 trillion so far this year to $18.4 trillion, according to Federal Reserve data compiled by Bloomberg.For more articles like this, please v

Google Business NewsJul 05, 2020
At Least 77 People Shot In Chicago, 14 Of Them Killed, In July 4th Weekend Violence Since Late Friday - CBS Chicago
At Least 77 People Shot In Chicago, 14 Of Them Killed, In July 4th Weekend Violence Since Late Friday  CBS ChicagoPolice: 14-year-old dead after 8 shot in Englewood  WGN NewsFourth of July weekend marked by violence as girl, 7, among dead in Chicago, cities see deadly shootings  Fox News7-year-old among 14 killed, at least 70 shot over violent Fourth of July weekend  WGN TV Chicago

Yahoo BusinessJul 05, 2020
U.K.'s Johnson Prepares to Start Huawei 5G Phase-Out
Jul.05 -- The British government is preparing to begin phasing out the use of Huawei Technologies Co. equipment in the U.K.'s 5G telecoms network as soon as this year, a person familiar with the matter said. Selina wang reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."


Google Business NewsJul 05, 2020
Children ages 7, 8, and 14 killed as gun violence mars holiday weekend in Chicago and Atlanta - ABC News
Children ages 7, 8, and 14 killed as gun violence mars holiday weekend in Chicago and Atlanta  ABC NewsFourth of July weekend marked by violence as girl, 7, among dead in Chicago, cities see deadly shootings  Fox NewsPolice: 14-year-old dead after 8 shot in Englewood  WGN News7-year-old among 14 killed, at least 70 shot over violent Fourth of July weekend  WGN TV Chicago

MarketWatchJul 05, 2020
The Wall Street Journal: Duke Energy, Dominion scrap plans for Atlantic Coast Pipeline after years of delays
The builders of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are pulling the plug on the project as companies continue to meet mounting environmental opposition to new fossil fuel conduits in the U.S.

Forbes HeadlinesJul 05, 2020
U.K. Set To Ban Huawei From 5G Network In Major U-Turn
The U. K. could cut Huawei out of the country's 5G infrastructure by the end of the year after GCHQ concluded that the risk posed by the company could no longer be managed.

Tax Policy NewsNov 30, 2017
Chief activist officer: Bosses are under increasing pressure to take stances on social issues. How should they respond?
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