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Dow today Stocks and bond yields soared; Vertex surged from the results of the experiment; Can CAT stocks bounce?

Stocks defended a tight gain early Friday as the Nasdaq battled to stay above the 14,000 level. Progressive commodities, with ArcelorMittal, Freeport McMoRan and Cleveland Cliffs taking strong gains. Caterpillar jumped on the Dow today. After falling heavily on Thursday X The Dow Jones Industrial Average Rises 120 Points at the Startup Bell It then rose to less than 0.1%. …

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Boeing unclaimed MAX aircraft as air travel recovers

A faster-than-expected resurgence in domestic air travel has helped Boeing Co. find new homes for its unclaimed 737 MAX jets whose buyers walked away or collapsed during the pandemic. Traveling with the COVID-19 vaccine The recovery in the United States and other parts of the world leaves the Chicago-based aircraft maker with about 10 MAX aircraft in stock in need …

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GameStop attracts Amazon talent with grand schemes and no frills.

GameStop Corp chairman Ryan Cohen has pointed out eliminating corporate surpluses such as the company’s planes and using its charm to create a new video game retailer to recruit Matt Furlong, the head of Australia’s Amazon.com Inc (ABR.N). chief executives, according to people familiar with the process Cohen wanted the message to be strict. A source close to the discussion …

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Vertical Aerospace will go public in a $2.2 billion SPAC deal.

Vertical Aerospace, the maker of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft backed by investors such as American Airlines (American Airlines), will go public through a merger with the Blank Check company in a $2.2 billion deal. dollars, the company said on Thursday. Vertical Aerospace says it has pre-orders for up to 1,000 eVTOL aircraft with launch customers Avolon and …

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American Airlines passengers making flights ‘Living Hell’

An American Airlines flight attendant was caught in a TikTok video of verbally abusing passengers who verbally abused the crew after their flights were rerouted in bad weather. In the viral clip, a 22-year-old man was on a Monday flight from LA to Charlotte. North Carolina Calling the female flight attendant “Fat gorilla” and also scolded her after she told …

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Two Royal Caribbean cruise passengers test positive for COVID-19

Two passengers on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship tested positive for COVID-19, officials said Thursday. Celebrity Cruises, part of Celebrity Cruises owned by Royal Caribbean Group, is the first cruise ship to sail from North America since the coronavirus outbreak began in 2020, Celebrity Cruises said in a press release. “Today, two guests sharing a bedroom onboard the Celebrity Millennium …

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Ride the world’s fastest and tallest roller coaster – Inside Edition

Ride the world’s fastest and tallest roller coaster Inside Edition Six Flags Announces Opening Date for Jersey Devil Coaster NJ.com Most of the mandate cloaking was abolished. But many people in New Jersey still wear it. Six Flags Announces Launch Date of Jersey Devil Coaster, World’s Tallest and Fastest Ride WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland The Jersey Devil roller coaster …

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Why did Callaway golf club manufacturers move away from the fairways?

With the number of new golfers set to play in 2020, Callaway manufactures golf balls, clubs, bags and apparel. prosperous Callaway announced in May first-quarter net income of $652 million, a 47 percent increase from the previous year. Jefferies analyst Randy Konik said: “Callaway pre-Covid is already the number one timber brand. Those are putters, drivers and irons.” “They outpaced …

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Traders keep watching one chart for the Nasdaq 100.

The S&P 500 may set a new record. But the defeated tech sector has yet to break its own record. Nasdaq 100, which is often used as a proxy for technology stocks and other high-growth stocks. There is still only 1% left to go until it breaks the highs in late April. The group was punished by rising interest rates …

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