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Shares of energy companies rallied amid renewed hope for coronavirus stimulus and production-cap extensions.US benchmark oil prices end 1.6% higher at $45.28 a barrel as bearish indicators on US fuel demand boosted predictions that OPEC and Russia have little choice but to extend emergency...
Wall Street built on the November rally on Tuesday, with Nasdaq and the S&P 500 updating their record highs. Investor sentiment was lifted by the vaccine optimism and more confidence that a rapid economic recovery is possible.All ...
Salesforce cites success of past acquisitions as key to decision to buy Slack, rather than form partnership. Salesforce.com Inc. shares declined in the extended session Tuesday after the cloud-based customer-relationship management company confirmed it would acquire Slack Technologies Inc. in a...
General Motors Co. said it signed an agreement to provide Nikola Corp. with fuel-cell systems the latter company would use in some of its heavy duty vehicles. Under what it called a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Nikola, GM would supply its Hydrotec fuel cell system for use in two...
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