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Browsing Archive: October, 2020

THiS WEEK ON THE STREET

Posted by Goyo Large on Sunday, October 25, 2020, In : 848FINACE 

        







Last Week’s Market Moves
 
Dow Jones
28,606 (+0.07%)
S&P 500
3,484 (+0.20%)
Nasdaq
11,672 (+0.79%)
Bitcoin
$11,329 (+2.53%)

Hey Snackers,

Ancient mummies have been unearthed in Egypt after being buried for over 2,600 years — in other words, since January 2020.

Stocks barely budged for the week as hopes for a 2nd pre-election stimulus package faded. Also: US COVID-19 hospitalizations hit the highest level in nearly six weeks, and new cases hit records in Europe.

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Twitter and Facebook's latest moderation moves could cost them their immunity

Posted by Goyo Large & Get'around on Sunday, October 25, 2020, In : Technical Analysis 



Twitter and Facebook's latest moderation moves could cost them their immunity

The article that has Twitter trending… isn’t trending on Twitter. It all started on Wednesday with an unconfirmed New York Post article showing allegedly hacked emails from Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. TLDR: the emails are unverified, but unflattering to both Bidens — and they were provided to the NYP by Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani (read: political agenda). Twitter and Facebook limited the article’s distributi...


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