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It’s the weekend, so the markets are closed. But that doesn’t mean there still aren’t some hot stories out there breaking anyway!

Like today’s trivia question to get the day off on the right start…

On this day in stock market history, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a huge milestone in 1972. It broke a record.

Can you guess where the market closed, for the first time ever?

Hint: You can find the answer at the bottom of this email, in the closing section.

These are Black Friday shopping mistakes you have to avoidImage Source: Getty Images

Black Friday is just around the corner, and as you gear up to shop to your heart’s content, you’ll want to put some safeguards in place so that you don’t wipe out your bank account. Luckily, if you avoid these four big mistakes, chances are your wallet will thank you, and you won’t experience that dreaded buyer’s remorse.

For instance, you might bring your credit card along with you while you’re store hopping on Friday, but this might not be the best idea. On a day when there is so much temptation to buy, buy, buy, it’s better not to have this out to spend more than you intended.

So what are the other big mistakes and how do you ensure that you don’t fall into one of these traps?

Top News You Might Have Missed This Week…

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 Disney celebrates a blowout quarter Image Source: Walt Disney

Not even a pandemic could tarnish Disney’s magical earnings report last quarter. Though a revenue decline of 23% is not exactly something you write home about, this number is still a lot better than the projected 26% losses that analysts predicted.

And there were gains in five major areas that were all promising signs. For instance, Disney+ already secured more than 73 million subscribers. As a point of reference, the company had set a goal of anywhere between 60 and 90 million premium accounts in the next four years.

What are the other areas where Disney is really shining, according to its most recent financial report?

Are These Stories On Your Radar?

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Author: Fredrick Frost

Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.