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US equities declined on Thursday and thus ended up to last Friday levels, losing recent gains. The tech sector was a drag again, as it slumped for a second straight session. Meanwhile, the US reported that weekly jobless claims droppe...
18.09.2020
Ford Motor Co. is expanding its largest and oldest factory to make electric pickup trucks, a high-profile manufacturing investment in a key battleground state where jobs remain a focus on the campaign trail. Ford will spend about $700 million to expand its River Rouge plant, adding 300 jobs at...
18.09.2020
Bombardier said it signed a definitive sale and purchase agreement with Alstom SA and the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec for the sale of its transportation business to Alstom. Bombardier and la Caisse will sell their interests in Bombardier Transportation to Alstom based on an enterprise...
17.09.2020
US equities continued the bullish week as investors are confident that the Fed would keep its accommodative stance on Wednesday. Tech stocks led the uptrend, with Nasdaq gaining 1.21%. Elsewhere, the S&P 500 rose 0.52%, while Dow ...
16.09.2020
 
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