NewsWatch: Tesla stock jumps after company’s Q3 profit, sales beat expectations

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Tesla Inc. reports third-quarter earnings on Wednesday that were above Wall Street expectations, sending the stock higher in the extended session. See full story.

‘It is daunting to think about what the consequences will be.’ With no new stimulus deal, much of America’s temporary financial safety net is set to expire Dec. 31

The help that Americans have been getting with rent, unemployment benefits, student loans, paid leave and more is scheduled to end soon. See full story.

Dr. Zeke Emanuel says this is what it will take to fully reopen the U.S.

Even within same-party families, there is debate about how long it will take to get the U.S. out of the COVID-19 pandemic. See full story.

How Biden’s war chest has exceeded Trump’s — in one chart

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and its affiliates raised more money than Joe Biden’s side in the past two years, but they’ve also spent more, so the Democratic effort started this month with a cash advantage. See full story.

Why stock-market investors are starting to focus on Biden’s narrowing lead against Trump

Some Wall Street strategists make the case that two weeks shy of the Nov. 3 election, some narrowing of recent chances for a victory in the presidential race by former Vice President Joe Biden against incumbent Donald Trump is causing some pause among investors. See full story.


For 2022, Volkswagen commits more heavily in the SUV space with its all-new small compact crossover the Taos. See full story.

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