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#WSJWhatsNow : Nike stock hit a record this week, while Nikola shares tumbled @GunjanJS  breaks down your weekly winners and losers.

Broadcom co-founder and Chairman Henry Samueli paid $36.8 million for 101,740 shares of the chip firm. Broadcom stock has been topping the S&P 500 year to date.

#Europe : Close: Markets traded mixed. In UK, William Hill's stock surged 43% after takeover offers from Apollo & Caesars; consumer confidence ticked up in Sep per GfK. German Auto shares↓, Retail mixed. French fear gauge spiked; bond yields #CAC  -0.69 #DAX  -1.09 #FTSE  +0.34%

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#US : Noon: Financial svc,Airline shares↑. Durable goods order rose at a weaker rate in Aug. Fresh stimulus package of $2.4tn expected to pass next week. Novavax started final stage trial of Covid vaccine; stock jumped 10% #NASDAQ  +1.28 #SP500  +0.75 #DJIA  +0.51%.Dollar-index↑

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John L. Calmes, Jr. Sells 2,000 Shares of World Acceptance Corp. $WRLD Stock

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Larry Kudlow is dead wrong. The Trump tax cut went mostly to the wealthy and big corporations, who used it to buy back their shares of stock and artificially prop up share prices. Nothing trickled down.

Kodak stock volume has ranged from 52k to 215k shares per day since July 1. On Monday, the day before WH announcement, 1,645,000 shares traded hands.

The richest 1% of Americans own roughly half of the value of all shares of stock. When corporate execs demand Americans go back to work, it's to protect their profits — not the economy. Pass it on.

If Amazon’s 840,000 employees owned the same proportion of their employer’s stock as Sears workers did in the 1950s — a quarter of the company — each would now own shares worth an average of about $386,904.

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

Remember, the richest 1% of Americans owns roughly half of the value of all shares of stock. When bankers and corporate execs demand Americans go back to work during this pandemic, it's to protect their profits, not the economy.

NO justification for bailouts or subsidies to corporations. They can get low-interest loans or reorganize their debts in bankruptcy. They got $1 trillion+ from Trump's tax cut & used it to buy back their shares of stock. No more corporate welfare. Help people, not corporations.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, taxpayers are bailing them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

As tax day approaches, 60 big US companies report zero federal taxes for 2018, thanks to Trump tax cut. Tax savings went to buying back own shares of stock -- boosting stock prices and creating windfall for top executives and richest 10 percent, who own 84 percent of stock.

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