Month: October 2020

US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate and former US Vice President Joe Biden are seen during the final presidential debate. (Photo Illustration by Pavlo Conchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Tuesday’s presidential election has been described as the most important in U.S. history. Investors may be wondering:
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Monty Rakusen | Cultura | Getty Images Company: Contura Energy, Inc. (CTRA) Business: Contura is large scale provider of metallurgical (“met”) and thermal coal. The company has mining operations across coal basins in Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. It supplies both metallurgical coal to produce steel and thermal coal to generate power. The met coal
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Joe Biden, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, right, and President Donald Trump during the presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, on Oct. 22, 2020. Kevin Dietsch/UPI/Bloomberg via Getty Images President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, his Democratic opponent in next week’s election, have broadly diverging views on issues that would impact the personal finances
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U.S. President Donald Trump addresses supporters at a campaign rally outside Raymond James Stadium on October 29, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. Paul Hennessey | NurPhoto | Getty Images President Donald Trump‘s campaign rallies led to more than 30,000 coronavirus cases, according to a new paper posted by researchers at Stanford. Researchers looked at 18 Trump
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Raymond James CEO Paul Reilly told CNBC on Friday that long-term investors should not be scared away from equity markets, despite the rise in coronavirus cases and other risk factors that weighed on Wall Street in October. “The important message is stay invested,” Reilly said on “Power Lunch.” “If you’re afraid of some segments, that’s
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Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned that the United States is only “at the beginning of the steep part of the epidemic” as the number of coronavirus infections and hospitalizations across the country break grim records. In an interview on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” on Friday, the former FDA chief said, “You’ll see cases start
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Hand-harvested Icelandic sea salt could cost you more than 30 times the price of table salt. Housed in one of the most remote and coldest locations in the country, Saltverk salt factory produces 10 metric tons of salt each year. But there’s one other thing that’s unique about the way it’s processed: Everything is powered
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Take our survey and tell us what you like about our YouTube channel and would like to see more of: https://bit.ly/33SJ8AI The FT’s Leo Lewis looks at how the Japanese workplace is faring a year after prime minister Shinzo Abe passed legislation to address karoshi, or death from overwork. Read more at https://on.ft.com/2QDeJmv ► Check
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Joe Raedle | Getty Images Now that more Americans can work and attend school from anywhere, they are increasingly looking to leave large urban centers for smaller, less dense cities with cheaper housing. As different real estate entities try to measure the migration, certain cities are standout destinations. Santa Barbara, California; Louisville, Kentucky; and Buffalo,
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) speaks at a campaign event in Florence, Kentucky, October 28, 2020. Bryan Woolston | Reuters The top policymakers in Washington sent mixed signals Friday about how quickly Congress could pass new coronavirus stimulus after the 2020 election. Progress toward a relief deal ground to a halt in recent weeks
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Prostock-Studio | iStock | Getty Images Medicare beneficiaries will now be able to get a free Covid-19 vaccine if one is approved early. A rule change announced late Wednesday by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will allow full coverage for any Covid vaccine that gets approval, even if through emergency-use authorization. The CARES
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