Global Mixed Cellulose Ester (MCE) Membrane Filters Market 2020 Technological Strategies, Business Advancements and Top-Vendor Landscape to 2025

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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Asian shares mixed after S&P 500 sets fresh record high

Asian shares advanced Wednesday after Wall Street kicked off December with more milestones, as a broad rally pushed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite to new highs.

Australia reported its economy expanded 3.3% in the July-September quarter as the country recovered from pandemic lockdowns. That lifted the country out of recession, although in annual terms the economy contracted 3.8% from a year earlier.

“The rebound in Q3 GDP reversed around 40% of the decline during the first half of the year and we expect output to return to pre-virus levels by mid-2021,” Ben Udy of Capital Economics said in a commentary.


Renewed talk of a possible U.S. stimulus package failed to drive major gains in Asia, however, as investors adopted a “wait and see” stance after so many failed attempts to forge an agreement on additional help as the U.S. endures fresh waves of coronavirus infections and precautions.

Hong Kong’s

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Global shares mixed after fresh records on Wall Street | Business

TOKYO (AP) — Global shares were mixed Monday on renewed caution despite a record high finish on Wall Street last week driven by hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine and relief for the global economy.

France’s CAC 40 fell 0.3% to 5,579.72 in early trading, while Germany’s DAX inched up less than 0.1% to 13,346.33. Britain’s FTSE 100 gained 0.6% to 6,403.93. U.S. shares were set to decline as Dow futures dropped 0.5% to 29,730.50. S&P 500 futures fell 0.4% to 3,623.38.

After Tokyo trading ended, Koichiro Miyahara, the head of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, resigned to take responsibility for a massive system glitch that shut down trading last month. The full-day outage on Oct. 1 was the worst ever for the world’s third largest exchange.

Japan Exchange Group, or JPX, the exchange’s parent, said it had accepted his resignation over the error that disabled the system called Arrowhead.

Trading resumed

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Oil prices trade mixed Friday but both grades set for weekly gain

Crude-oil futures on Friday were trading mixed ahead of an important OPEC meeting, after settling on Wednesday at the highest level since early March.

U.S. financial markets were closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday and will close early, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time, on Friday.

West Texas Intermediate crude for January delivery
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 was down 36 cents, or 0.8%, at $45.34 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, after a 1.8% gain on Wednesday.

January Brent crude, the global benchmark, however, climbed 43 cents, or 1%, to trade at $45.37 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe, following a 1.6% gain for grade oil in the previous session.

On Wednesday, both benchmarks finished at the highest since March 5 and both are on pace for sharp weekly and month-to-date gains. WTI and Brent oil were on track for a weekly rise of around 7%, and the pair are also

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Root Receives Mixed Reviews for Its Online Insurance Business

Root  (ROOT) – Get Report shares stumbled Monday after the online auto/renters insurance platform received mixed reviews from analysts.

Root shares recently traded at $17.66, down 7.05%, and have slid 34% since the company’s initial public offering last month.

As for the analysts, Deutsche Bank’s Phil Stefano rated Root a hold with a price target of $20.

The company’s product “stands up very well” in terms of sleekness and ease of use, compared to online competitors, he said.

But Root’s underwriting performance “raises questions that the nascent business model unfortunately does not have answers to yet,” Stefano said.

Evercore ISI’s David Motemaden was a bit more positive on shares of Root, with an in-line rating and a price target of $24. 

“It is still early days in Root’s journey, and the benefit of several quarters of execution could prove out that Root’s flywheel is working,” he said, according

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Proposal to defund Lebanon police gets mixed reception from councilors, residents

A proposal to cut Lebanon’s $6.3 million police budget in half to better fund social service programs received a mixed response from city officials who appear to favor a smaller, more incremental approach to addressing issues surrounding homelessness, mental health and food insecurity.

Members of the Lebanon City Council declined Wednesday to support the Upper Valley chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America’s “Care Not Cops” plan, which seeks to partially defund the police department and reinvest in “critical community needs.”

Mayor Tim McNamara said at the end of a more than three-hour meeting Wednesday night that he doesn’t support the DSA’s plan and additional money for social services should come from state coffers, not Lebanon taxpayers.

“We are, in many ways, unfortunate to live in a state where there is no regional support or very little regional support for a lot of the issues that were identified tonight,” he

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President Biden, VP Harris and the future — a mixed blessing for business

A Joe Biden presidency portends a mixed blessing for business. Left on his own, Biden is a business-friendly fiscal moderate who has done the bidding of Delaware corporations for decades. But Biden is anything but alone on this journey. High-profile pressure from the party’s fringe could compel one of the most liberal-leaning agendas ever seen. And that is not good for a recovering economy.

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The problem is not that Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., will hijack economic policy. It’s that they will battle Biden at every turn, reminding him of their contribution and complicity in his election.

Along the way, they are bound to score small victories, which taken together could amount to significant change in the rules and

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Stocks end mixed as S&P has best post-election week since 1932

Stocks finished the session mixed on Friday as investors honed in on an election outcome and an improving economy.

While the S&P 500 was little changed it pulled off the best post-election week since 1932, as tracked by the Dow Jones Market Data Group, rising 7.23%, which is the second-best on record.

Consumer staples and tech bucked the downtrend for the day.

Ticker Security Last Change Change %
SP500 S&P 500 3509.44 -1.01 -0.03%
VDC VANGUARD WORLD FDS VANGUARD CONSUMER STPLS ETF 166.84 +0.73 +0.44%
XLK TECHNOLOGY SELECT SECTOR SPDR ETF 121.58 +0.43 +0.35%

The Nasdaq Composite posted a fractional gain, while the Dow Jones

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Emails show how Pompeos mixed personal, official business

WASHINGTON — Less than three months after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was sworn in, his son, Nick, reached out to thank State Department officials for a private tour they had given him and his mother, Susan Pompeo, of the agency’s in-house museum.

“I also want to reinforce my willingness to help your mission in any way I can,” Nick Pompeo wrote. “We view this as a family endeavor, so if you think there is any place I can add value, don’t hesitate to reach out.”

He also had an ask: Could he or the software company for which he was a sales executive be involved in a coming “data hackathon” event the State Department was planning? In an email, he asked for details about dates, times, volunteer opportunities and “how I or anyone at my company could help.”

The State Department said Pompeo’s company didn’t join the hackathon, an

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