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The stock market today: Why equities, oil and bond yields fall

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Text size Low trading volumes due to Thanksgiving can exacerbate volatility. Dreamstime Shares and oil prices plummeted around the world on Friday when fears of a new, heavily mutated variant of Covid-19 hit markets and shook investor confidence. Trading volumes were low due to the extended Thanksgiving weekend in

The stock market today: Dow falls when Nvidia rises

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Text size Markets are still waiting to hear if Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will be nominated. Sarah Silbiger / Getty Images The shares were mixed on Thursday, with key names in the technology sector on the rise. Shortly after opening Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 129 points,

China’s Boeing acquisition likely to be “weakness” as US exploratory trade agreement – South China Morning Post

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China’s Boeing purchase is likely to be a “weakness” as a US trade deal  South China Morning Post .

Boeing Accepts Settlement With Ethiopian 737 Max Crash Victims – NBC Chicago

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Boeing has reached a settlement with the families of the victims of the March 2019 crash of one of its 737-Max aircraft in Ethiopia, which killed 157. In the agreement, Boeing assumed responsibility for the loss of control of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 shortly after it took off from

Boeing to compensate victims in Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash

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The crash has already cost Boeing about $ 20 billion. (File) Washington: Boeing Co on Wednesday agreed to acknowledge liability for damages in lawsuits filed by families of the 157 people killed in Ethiopian Airlines’ 737 MAX crash in 2019, according to a report in the U.S. District Court

Boeing to replace victims in Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash

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WASHINGTON: Boeing on Wednesday agreed to acknowledge liability for damages in lawsuits filed by families of the 157 people killed in the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash in 2019, according to a report in the U.S. District Court in Chicago. As a result of the agreement between Boeing and

Boeing Reaches Settlement on 737 Max Crash – CBS Chicago

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Chicago (CBS)– Chicago-based Boeing has agreed to a settlement of more than $237 million with its shareholders in the 737-Max crashes. As part of the deal, Boeing must add another director with experience in aviation, engineering or product safety to its board of directors. The agreement also requires Boeing

No transparency in Australian defense policy

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With some of the most prominent think tanks in defense and foreign policy receiving funding from companies that rely on war and its threats, Australians are fueled by vested interests that appear to be “independent” views, writes Dr. Sue Wareham. IN THE WORLD OF MEDICINE, disclosure of financial connections

Peloton, Nvidia, Airbnb, Expedia: What to look for when the stock market opens today

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Futures bordered before monthly job figures which are expected to include a reduction in unemployment. Here is what we are looking at ahead of Friday’s opening clock: The Peloton Interactive share went off the wheels and fell by 33% to the pre-market. The manufacturer of connected exercise equipment reported

Boeing wins FCC approval for satellite internet

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This long-exposed image shows a trace of a group of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites passing over Uruguay on February 7, 2021.Photo: Mariana Suarez / AFP (Getty pictures) SpaceX’s Starlink is coming soon has more competition in the satellite broadband industry – and rural Americans will have more providers to choose