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Could this be the large cap version of the Brainchip (ASX:BRN) share price? – Motley Fool Australia

Could Pro Medicus Ltd (ASX: PME) be a large cap version of the Brainchip (ASX: BRN) share price? We take a closer look at both companies.

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BP Somehow Made A Profit In All Of This – Jalopnik

With the average price of gas at a hair over $2/gallon, I am equally surprised and dismayed that an oil giant like BP turned a profit in the third quarter. And…

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With the average price of gas at a hair over $2/gallon, I am equally surprised and dismayed that an oil giant like BP turned a profit in the third quarter. And thats with profits down a staggering 96 percent compared to this time last year.
BP is the first of the big oil companies to report its earnings this week, with Shell, Total, Exxon and Chevron to come. The Financial Times has a very thorough breakdown of BPs quarterly results, but Ill pull the highlights. The first is that this beat analysts…

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Why NIO Stock Is Up Today – Motley Fool

There are good reasons for the stock to rebound after Monday’s sell-off.

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What happened
Shares of Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO (NYSE:NIO) were rising on Tuesday morning, as buyers waded in a day after the shares were hit in a broad U.S. market sell-off on COVID-19 concerns.
As of 11 a.m. EDT, NIO’s American depositary receipts were up about 5.4% from Monday’s closing price.
So what
Shares of NIO and several other electric-vehicle makers were hit hard in Monday’s market sell-off, as investors appeared to be unloading higher-volatility stocks on economic concerns…

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SpaceX begins public beta testing of Starlink constellation at $99 a month – The Verge

Late on October 26th, SpaceX sent out emails to interested users about participating in public beta testing for the Starlink constellation, a global initiative…

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And itll run you $499 for the equipment
Last night, SpaceX invited some early users to join public beta testing of its Starlink program, which aims to provide global internet coverage from space. To join the beta test, called Better Than Nothing Beta, users must purchase all of the Starlink ground equipment for $499 and then pay a $99 monthly fee for active service.
The company sent out emails to people who had signed up on SpaceXs Starlink website to hear updates about the program. One user posted…

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