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Stock Market Wrap-Up: Will Coronavirus Aid Crush Airline Stocks?

The broader market moved lower Friday.


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Here's Why Capital One, Amex, and Discover Were Falling on Friday

The credit card stocks continue to take a beating in the coronavirus downturn.


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Amazon Will Postpone Prime Day Until at Least August

The pandemic-prompted delay could cost the e-commerce giant $100 million to $300 million in revenue.


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Tenneco Shares Drop 21% Friday After a Business Update

The impact of COVID-19 was a main topic pf discussion.


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FCC Approves $200 Million Program to Boost Telehealth Services

Medical care delivered remotely is in higher demand than ever as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies.

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Here's Why Livongo Stock Popped on Friday

A leading health plan provider will offer its members a Livongo service for free.


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Why Planet Fitness Was Down 28% in March

And it just keeps falling in April.


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Why Tenet Healthcare Stock Tumbled Today

Investors reacted negatively to an analyst lowering his price target for the hospital stock.


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Why Immunomedics Shares Crashed 13.5% Today

A Wall Street downgrade raises concerns its lead pipeline candidate might fail to secure an FDA OK in June.


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Caesars Entertainment Furloughs 90% of Workers, But Will Pay Wages for 2 More Weeks

Workers can also expect full health coverage through the end of June.

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Why Etsy Shares Popped Today

Shares of the online marketplace gained after it updated investors on the impact of the coronavirus.


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Why Hyatt, Marriott, and Park Hotels Stocks Are Sinking Today

A deep recession won't be good for business.


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Ross Stores Prices $2 Billion in Debt to Shore Up Its Coffers

The discount retailer has already drawn down its credit line; now it's tapping the bond market to ensure it has cash on hand to weather the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Why The Michaels Companies Stock Plunged 62% In March

The arts and crafts retailer is fighting for survival on three fronts, each one potentially devastating in the long run. Management tried some dirty tricks to keep the train rolling in March.


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The Cheesecake Factory Takes a 46% Comparable Store Sales Hit in March

Off-premise sales are still counterbalancing the effect of plunging restaurant sales.

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Why Mobile Mini, Cemex, and Trex Stocks Fell 10% or More Today

President Trump's infrastructure tweet is history. Now, recession reality sets in.


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Third SpaceX Starship Prototype Crumples Under Testing

Third time wasn't the charm.


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Winnebago Cuts CEO Salary, Suspends Raises for Salaried Employees

CEO and company directors will take 25% pay cuts this year.


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One of Boeing's Biggest Customers Just Dealt a Blow to the 737 MAX

A major airplane leasing company doesn't need all those airplanes it ordered.


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American Eagle Outfitters Furloughs Employees, Cuts Inventory, Defers Dividends

With its wings clipped by the pandemic’s effects, the retailer looks to sharply reduce costs.