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Coronavirus has already dealt a blow to Social Security’s finances. Trump’s payroll tax holiday could make it worse – MSN Money

President Donald Trump’s executive order deferring, and possibly forgiving, payroll taxes could leave Social Security and Medicare on even shakier ground.

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Stock futures fall on COVID concerns, Europe faces lockdowns – Fox Business

Wednesday’s earnings procession will feature three Dow members: Boeing in the morning, and Amgen and Visa after the closing bell

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U.S. equity futures are pointing to more selling when the Wednesday session begins on Wall Street.
The major futures indexes suggest a decline of 1.7%, or more than 400 Dow points.
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With Tuesday’s decline, the Dow Industrials have fallen in four of the last five sessions.
Markets continue to worry about rising numbers of coronavirus infections and Washington’s inability to deliver more aid to the economy. Europe is expected to take more drastic measures…

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Grandma finds hilarious X-rated detail on Myer bag – NEWS.com.au

Grandma finds hilarious X-rated detail on Myer bag

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An Aussie woman was shopping on Myers website when she came across an unexpected find.The Sydney grandmother was searching for handbags when she discovered the store’s X-rated $19.95 Wild Fur You Australiana Tote Bag.
She eagerly clicked on the native-themed print, however upon closer inspection, she realised the bag wasn’t as innocent as she first thought.
The print showed native Aussie animals, from kangaroos, koalas, dingoes and emus, engaging in sexual activity.
RELATED: Woman’s X-rated $2 pool…

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Melburnians flock to shops in droves as lockdown eases – NEWS.com.au

Melburnians flock to shops in droves as lockdown eases

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Shoppers flocking to Bunnings and Kmart in Melbournes north were keen to spend and largely compliant with coronavirus rules.Customers lined up in perfect sunshine as the doors flung open on Wednesday for the first time in months, ushered in by COVID-19 marshalls as lockdown rules eased overnight.
However, for the Bunnings crowd, the traditional sausage sizzle remains on hold, with no word yet on when the community group fundraiser can resume barbecuing.
The cook-ups have returned to every state…

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