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Victoria’s coronavirus cases drop dramatically as seven deaths reported – Yahoo News Australia

The state confirmed 21 new infections and seven deaths on Saturday –significantly lower than those seen on Friday.

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First Look at Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta and it looks just insane – Electrek.co

We get our first look at Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software update as some owners who are testing it are sharing videos and it looks just insane. After months…

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We get our first look at Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software update as some owners who are testing it are sharing videos and it looks just insane.
After months of working on a complete core rewrite of its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving Package, Tesla has now started its Full Self-Driving Beta rollout.
As expected. the new update enables turns on city streets and links to Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot features – delivering a virtually feature-complete self-driving system that drivers need to…

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Dow Futures Fall On Election Claims, Stimulus Doubts; Tesla Rises – Investor’s Business Daily

Dow Jones futures pared overnight losses on election interference claims, with the stock market rally at a key point. Tesla led key earnings mover.

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Dow Jones futures were little changed Thursday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, erasing overnight losses on election interference claims. The stock market rally retreated modestly Wednesday, near session lows, as stimulus deal talks pushed the Dow Jones and other major indexes up and down.
XTesla stock, Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Edwards Lifesciences (EW), Lam Research (LRCX), Align Technology (ALGN) and CSX (CSX) reported earnings late Wednesday.
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Asian stocks follow Wall Street downward in Thursday trading – Fox Business

Investors continue to watch for signs whether politicians can agree on economic stimulus prior to Nov. 3 election

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BEIJING — Asian stocks followed Wall Street lower on Thursday as investors watched Washington for signs of whether political leaders can agree on an economic aid plan in the two weeks before the Nov. 3 presidential election.
On Wall Street, the benchmark S&P 500 index lost 0.2% on Wednesday as U.S. political leaders wrangled over economic aid following the expiration of extra unemployment benefits that propped up consumer spending. Democrats are pressing Republicans to expand a proposed package.

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