Exxon Mobil: Is It A Buy Now That Oil Prices Are Recovering?

Shares of energy giant Exxon Mobil (NYSE:) have plummeted quickly this year, and not just because of recent, indiscriminate market sell-offs.By mid-March Exxon Mobil's stock had crumbled, losing about 60% and touching its lowest level in 23 years.

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Hertz preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as Friday night: WSJ By Reuters

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(Reuters) - Car rental firm Hertz Global Holdings Inc (N:) is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as Friday night after failing to reach a standstill agreement with its top lenders, the Wall Street Journal reported https://on.The company, which operates the Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty car-rental brands, had been holding talks with creditors after missing significant car-lease payments in April.

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Despite Rising Stock Prices, A Fear Trade Mounts

The recent surge in gold started in March, as equity prices and risk assets were tanking.But gold’s strong move higher has continued despite the massive rebound in equity prices since the March lows.

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Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday, May 22nd By

But the drumbeat of job losses around the world continues, with IBM (NYSE:), Nissan (OTC:) and - most probably - Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE:) flagging major job cuts.89 a barrel, while fell 2.

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Dozens of Chinese companies added to U.S. blacklist in latest Beijing rebuke By Reuters

It came as Communist Party rulers in Beijing on Friday unveiled details of a plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong.Two dozen other companies, government institutions and commercial organizations were added for supporting procurement of items for use by the Chinese military, the department said in another statement.

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18-year-old given months to live marries his high school sweetheart

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Eighteen-year-old Chase Smith was recently given three to five months to live.They started dating in December after meeting at a swim meet between Indian Creek High School and Mooresville High School.

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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli plead guilty in college admissions scandal

The couple reached a plea deal with the United States Attorney for Massachusetts Thursday and agreed to serve prison time.The "Full House" star pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, while Giannulli pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and honest services wire and mail fraud.

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Church that defied stay-at-home orders burned to the ground in suspected arson

Investigators said they found graffiti on the church property reading: "Bet you stay home now you hypokrites.They had been trying to open services.

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Jerry Sloan, legendary NBA coach who led Utah Jazz to two Finals appearances, dies at 78

Legendary NBA coach Jerry Sloan has died at 78 due to complications from Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia, his former team, the Utah Jazz, announced Friday.The team said in a statement that Sloan will "always be synonymous with the Utah Jazz.

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Cuomo: Areas bordering New York City could reopen next week

The Mid-Hudson region contains Westchester County, where a COVID-19 outbreak led to a "containment zone" in March, before New York's state-wide shutdown.Westchester is home to about one million residents, many who work in New York City.

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Pakistan International Airlines plane crashes in Karachi with 98 people on board

There was no official word on the number of casualties, but Pakistan's leader tweeted condolences "to the families of the deceased.Firefighters spray water on the wreckage of a Pakistan International Airlines aircraft after it crashed at a residential area in Karachi on May 22, 2020.

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Cows linked to E. coli lettuce outbreaks that sickened nearly 200

Four months after telling the country it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again, food regulators are pointing to cow feces as the likely culprit in outbreaks of E.The outbreaks in November and December sickened people from 27 states, according to the U.

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William Bryan, man who filmed Ahmaud Arbery shooting, charged with felony murder

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William Bryan, the man who recorded the February killing of Ahmaud Arbery, has been arrested and charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.The 50-year-old is the third person to be charged in connection with Arbery's death.

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Authorities don't expect any more arrests in Ahmaud Arbery's killing

Georgia officials said Friday they do not expect to make more arrests in the investigation of Ahmaud Arbery's February killing.William Bryan, 50, the man who recorded the video of Arbery's killing that sparked outrage across the country, was arrested Thursday evening without incident, according to GBI Director Vic Reynolds.

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Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting as possible running mate

In an interview with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, Biden said "no one's been vetted yet by the team" but confirmed the initial preliminary outreach to gauge interest is "coming to an end now.When pressed on Klobuchar's chances of making his running mate "short list," Biden responded positively: "Amy's first rate, don't get me wrong.

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CDC says COVID-19 not caught easily from surfaces and 40% of transmission occurs before people feel sick

The Centers for Disease Control updated its guidance earlier this month to emphasize the coronavirus does not spread easily on surfaces, focusing more on human-to-human transmission.And new planning documents from the CDC contain more of its estimates about the transmission of the virus.

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Biden says black voters considering Trump over him "ain't black"

At one point, Biden argued that black voters undecided on whether to vote for him or for President Trump "ain't black.The presumptive Democratic nominee also offered that "no one should go to jail" for a drug crime, "particularly marijuana," and said he favors treatment over imprisonment.

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Trump announces houses of worship will be deemed "essential services"

President Trump announced Friday afternoon that his administration would declare houses of worship "essential services," allowing them to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.needed "more prayer.

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Planned Parenthood's $80 million PPP loan draws controversy

As part of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the federally-funded relief effort designed to assist small businesses, 38 Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country, including Fraim's, received more than $80 million.If Planned Parenthood disagrees with the preliminary conclusion, SBA writes that it "will conduct an investigation.

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AstraZeneca COVID vaccine candidate moves to new human trial phase with billion dollars in U.S. taxpayer backing

-based pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, which has partnered with Oxford's Jenner Institute for vaccine research, has gained access to the $1.New studies offer hope for antibody immunity to COVID-19




AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot told CBS News on Thursday that the trial "AZD1222" vaccine shows more promise than most of the dozens of others in development around the world.

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