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The expansion pace of overall business activity in the U.S. private sector was largely unchanged in September, with services sector slightly easing and manufacturing sector remaining strong, preliminary data from HIS Markit showed. The flash reading for the U.S. Composite Output Index stood at...
24.09.2020
Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday, after four consecutive bearish sessions. The bulls pushed equities higher despite the delay in new stimulus to be adopted by Congress and a rapid increase in the number of COVID cases.The rebound w...
23.09.2020
Nike Inc.'s sales rebounded in the summer quarter after slumping earlier during the coronavirus pandemic, as rising digital sales offset declining revenue at traditional stores. The sportswear company said revenue was $10.6 billion in the quarter ended Aug. 31, down 1% from the prior year....
23.09.2020
Microsoft Corp. plans to acquire the owner of the popular Doom videogame franchise for $7.5 billion in its biggest gaming acquisition after the software company lost out on buying video-sharing app TikTok. The proposed cash deal for ZeniMax Media Inc., the owner of popular game developer...
22.09.2020
Fell Below $1,900US equities carried their gloomy mood from previous weeks on Monday, as investors were worried about the new lockdowns in Europe. Besides this, the debate between Democrats and Republicans may cause significant delays...
22.09.2020
 
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