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3 ASX tech shares that are still in the buy zone – Motley Fool Australia

If you think ASX tech shares are now overvalued, here are some less-known ones that might take your fancy.

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Dow Jones Futures: Stock Market Rally Still Fighting, But Bears Landing The Punches; Tesla Battery Day Key – Investor’s Business Daily

Dow Jones futures: The stock market rally is hanging on but bears are landing the punches. Here’s what investors should do. Tesla Battery Day is on tap.

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Dow Jones futures won’t open until Sunday evening, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures. The stock market rally suffered another losing week. A negative reversal, undercutting key support and bearish action by leaders such as Apple stock, Amazon.com (AMZN) and Netflix (NFLX) belie the major indexes’ mild weekly losses.
XTesla Battery Day headlines the week, with the late Tuesday news a big deal for Tesla stock, the EV industry and the broader market. Also Tuesday night, KB Home (KB…

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2020 is ‘a perfect storm’ for substance abuse and ‘it’s really scary’ – Yahoo Finance

Public health experts worried that the pandemic “threatens to make the opioid crisis” substantially worse. Data shows they were right to be concerned.

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Public health experts previously worried that the coronavirus pandemic threatens to make the opioid crisis substantially worse. 
And data from the Wall Street Journal appears to be validating that concern, highlighting how counties across the U.S. reporting rises in fatal overdoses in 2020. 
The opioid epidemic that we were already battling coupled with a health pandemic, it’s a perfect storm for an increase in the number of people who will develop a substance use disorder, Gina Carroll, direc…

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Coronavirus: Santa Clara County passes 20,000 cases amid statewide decline – The Mercury News

It becomes the second Bay Area county to cross that milestone

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Santa Clara County passed 20,000 COVID-19 cases on Friday, joining Alameda County as the second Bay Area county to reach that somber milestone, while new cases and hospitalizations continued to decrease throughout California.
Santa Clara County reported 238 cases and no new deaths on Friday, bringing the county’s total to 20,129 cases and 295 deaths. The number of new cases and deaths is based on this news organization’s analysis of new cases reported on individual counties’ COVID-19 data porta…

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