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Why General Electric Stock Just Bounced

What happened

Shares of industrial giant General Electric (NYSE: GE) are heading into the final half-hour of trading on the NYSE up 5.5{41490b4d0cf0dbc5ec3f65e11fff509c7d6ed2a53a838ebf7adf43f0908f07f3} — and you can probably thank Bank of America (Bofa) for that.


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This morning, Bank of America Securities came out with a note declaring that addressing the problem of climate change will be the “key global theme politically and economically for the coming decades,” as reports. The bank cited the recent explosion of innovation in electric cars and new forms

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NEW DELHI (AP) — About 200 supporters of Indian farmers scuffled with police on Wednesday after being blocked from marching to an area for protests near the Parliament building in the Indian capital.

Waving flags and banners, the protesters demanded the repeal of new agriculture reform laws which the farmers say will favor large corporations.

The police barricaded the road and some protesters tried to push their way through, but were blocked by a heavy police presence.

The protesters represented the opposition Congress party and groups including the All India Central Council of Trade Unions, the All India Students’ Association

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Two FBI agents were killed and three were wounded in a shooting early Tuesday while agents were serving a warrant in a child exploitation case in Florida, according to the FBI. The suspect died of an apparent self-inflicted gun shot wound, a person familiar with the matter said.

Authorities are investigating whether the suspect had cameras rigged at the apartment to provide an outside view of people who might be approaching at the time of the incident, said the source, who is not authorized to comment publicly.

At 6:04 a.m., FBI and officers from multiple agencies were serving a warrant

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WASHINGTON—President Biden’s pick to lead the Small Business Administration, Isabel Guzman, will pledge to ensure the Paycheck Protection Program and other initiatives reach minority-owned businesses and those in underserved communities when she testifies in her Senate confirmation hearing.

“If confirmed, I am committed to helping the SBA advance opportunity for all including our underserved entrepreneurs who have faced historic barriers to start and grow their businesses,” Ms. Guzman plans to say Wednesday in prepared remarks to the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.


If you own a small business, what are the most pressing issues you

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