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Speed through top news in a flash. Get the most important stories you need to know from The Wall Street Journal three times daily. Whether it’s the latest on the economy, news from Silicon Valley or closing numbers from Wall Street, stay in the know during your weekday commute.

    Nasdaq, S&P End Week at Records

    Nasdaq, S&P End Week at Records

    U.S. stocks close higher in abbreviated post-Thanksgiving session. Black Friday sales seen as gauge of consumer confidence. General Motors plans to seek banking charter. Charlie Turner reports.
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    Covid-19 Hospitalizations in U.S. Surpass 90,000

    Covid-19 Hospitalizations in U.S. Surpass 90,000

    Iran says its top nuclear scientist was killed. OPEC, Russia alliance lean toward keeping oil production cuts in place. J.R. Whalen reports.
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    Trump Says He Will Leave White House if Electoral College Backs Biden

    Trump Says He Will Leave White House if Electoral College Backs Biden

    The Supreme Court blocks New York state from putting strict attendance curbs on religious services. Disney plans additional layoffs. Black Friday sales are projected to rise despite the pandemic. Keith Collins hosts.
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    Dow Drops Back Below 30000 Milestone

    Dow Drops Back Below 30000 Milestone

    Salesforce is in advanced talks to acquire Slack. President Trump says he has pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Markets will be closed Thursday for Thanksgiving. Charlie Turner reports.
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    U.S. Unemployment Claims Jump Again

    U.S. Unemployment Claims Jump Again

    Some 778,000 jobless claims were filed last week. Exxon lowers long-term outlook for oil prices. Amazon's cloud service experiencing disruptions. J.R. Whalen reports.
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    Global Markets Waver After Dow Breaks Above 30000

    Global Markets Waver After Dow Breaks Above 30000

    Penguin Random House owner Bertelsmann is close to a deal to buy Simon & Schuster for $2 billion. America's gig-economy employees might soon be able to get some of their pay in stock. Keith Collins hosts.
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