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Noel Randewich

Shares of gun makers gain as Biden's lead grows

17 Oct 2020

Shares of gun makers have been gaining ground as Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads polls, and if he wins the presidential election in November there are expectations of a renewed surge in gun sales that could drive shares even higher. | Video

Bidens Umfrage-Vorsprung beflügelt Aktien von Waffenherstellern

16 Oct 2020

New York Der Vorsprung des Demokraten Joe Biden in den Umfragen zur Präsidentenwahl in drei Wochen steigt - und die Kurse der Waffenhersteller in den USA auch.

RPT-Shares of gun makers gain as Biden's lead grows

16 Oct 2020

Oct 16 Shares of gun makers have been gaining ground as Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads polls, and if he wins the presidential election in November there are expectations of a renewed surge in gun sales that could drive shares even higher.

S&P 500 ends lower as investors eye stimulus impasse

16 Oct 2020

The S&P 500 ended lower on Thursday after a rise in weekly jobless claims compounded worries about a stalling economic recovery and fading hopes for more fiscal aid before the election. | Video

US STOCKS-S&P 500 ends lower as investors eye stimulus impasse

16 Oct 2020

* Weekly jobless claims unexpectedly rise in latest week (Updates to close)

US STOCKS-Wall St drops as investors face stimulus impasse

16 Oct 2020

* Indexes: Dow -0.10%, S&P 500 -0.32%, Nasdaq -0.79% (Updates to afternoon)

Wall Street ends down after Mnuchin dims stimulus hopes

15 Oct 2020

Wall Street finished weaker on Wednesday, led lower by Amazon and Microsoft, as investors lost hope that a U.S. fiscal stimulus would be approved before the presidential election in November. | Video

US STOCKS-Wall St ends down after Mnuchin dims stimulus hopes

15 Oct 2020

* Wells Fargo, Bank of America drop after results (Updates to close)

US STOCKS-Wall St slides after Mnuchin dims stimulus hopes

15 Oct 2020

* Indexes: Dow -0.56%, S&P 500 -0.66%, Nasdaq -0.85% (Updates to afternoon)

Apple and Amazon drive rally on Wall Street

13 Oct 2020

Wall Street ended sharply higher on Monday, fueled by expectations of a coronavirus relief package and by a rally in Amazon, Apple and other technology stocks ahead quarterly earnings season.

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