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US stock futures plunged after a sell-off on Wall Street.

U.S. stock futures shaken on Thursday over sustained concerns about inflation, suggesting that the Dow was in the midst of a three-day extension of its losing streak. Futures linked to the S&P 500 were down 0.4%, and what was linked to the Dow Jones industrial average was down 0.5%. Nasdaq-100 futures were down 0.3%, indicating further losses for the segment. …

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Feds re-examining fatal Tesla crash Californian man arrested in the back of an autonomous car

LOS ANGELES – Federal safety regulators are sending a team to California to investigate a freeway accident involving a Tesla vehicle after officials near Oakland arrested a man in another Tesla. That rolled down a highway with no one behind the wheel Experts said both cases put pressure on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to take action against Tesla’s …

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Rich countries used to hail vaccination success.

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – Some of the wealthiest countries most praised last year for controlling the coronavirus are now very far behind in getting their citizens vaccinated, and some countries, particularly Asia, are meeting people. Sick of COVID-19 increased In Japan, South Korea and New Zealand, vaccination rates were down by one figure. This is in stark contrast to …

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Boeing wins FAA OK for 737 MAX power supplies, notifies airlines

Check what clicked on. FoxBusiness.com On Wednesday, Boeing received U.S. regulators approval for a fix for a grounding problem affecting about 100 737 MAX planes, which will help them quickly return to service. After flights were suspended in early April. FAA officials confirmed that the agency has approved service bulletin and relevant advice. Boeing sent two statements to the air …

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Combining the COVID-19 vaccine is linked to more side effects, early UK data suggests.

But side effects after mixed and matched vaccinations were short-lived and there were no other safety concerns, researchers report in the Lancet medical journal. “These are the reactions you can expect from vaccines,” said Dr. Matthew Snape, associate professor of pediatrics and vaccines at Oxford University and lead investigator of the trial, during a briefing at the University of Oxford. …

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Pipelines resume amid gas station frenzy | NBC News – NBC News

The pipeline is restarting amid the gas station frenzy | NBC News NBC News Here and how people are crazy about the Gas Jalopnik. The oil pipeline is working again. But a Va gas station might wait days to fill up WHSV. Gas stations are running short of supply in the DMV and rising prices. Virginia Gas Shortage: Where to …

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Cryptocurrency Bucket market after Tesla suspends bitcoin transactions

Cryptocurrency market Globally, it has lost hundreds of billions of dollars in value after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said his company suspended bitcoin to buy vehicles. Musk made the announcement via a tweet after 6:00 p.m. Wednesday that the entire cryptocurrency market is valued at about $ 2.43 trillion, CNBC reported, citing data from Coinmarketcap.com Tesla CEO Elon Musk addresses …

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Boeing wins FAA OK for 737 MAX power supplies, notifies airlines

A Boeing 737 MAX plane lands after a test flight at a Boeing field in Seattle, Washington June 29, 2020.REUTERS / Karen Ducey Boeing (BOING.N) on Wednesday received approval from U.S. regulators for a grounding fix affecting approximately 100 737 MAX aircraft, clearing the way back. Went into service quickly after the flight stopped in early April, it said. FAA …

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