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Trump is now targeting both WeChat and TikTok, the US jobs report for July is out, and the Fed’s Main Street was labeled as a “failure.”

Initial claims data and the plummeting of the Turkish Lira as the Central Bank of Turkey withdraws key liquidity measures.

Microsoft eyeing TikTok’s global business, US initial jobless claims falling, and the slow crawl toward a new fiscal coronavirus support bill.

Here are today’s biggest headlines, including updates on the Fed’s extension of its lending programs, Kodak’s $765M loan, and Boaz Weinstein’s really, really, really good year.

An analysis of gold’s epic rally – and could there be a short squeeze on the horizon?

Whether remote work will continue to be favored, CDC issues a statement on reopening schools, and Trump cancelling the Republican convention in Florida.

On Monday, the state of Kentucky, seeking “compensatory and punitive damages,” sued hedge funds Blackstone and KKR & Co. Inc.

Here are today’s biggest headlines, including updates on rising joblessness claims, Tesla’s earnings, and M&A activity.

It seems now that all of Capitol Hill is finally embracing the fact that the virus will not be slowing down any time soon and that they need to implement policies that demonstrate substantial strength in their response to the pandemic.

Here are today’s biggest headlines, including updates on Gold’s recent rally, the stock market frenzy in China, and Bill Ackman’s blank-check IPO

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