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The week was set to end on a positive note across the three major benchmarks, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average on track for its second week in the green. The S&P 500 was set for its third week of gains, while the Nasdaq was about to seal the deal on a straight month of wins.
And shares of popular meme stocks inched back up during premarket trading, with names like GameStop and AMC Entertainment increasing 6% and 4%, respectively.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden’s overseas trip continues, with a public endorsement of a worldwide 15% minimum corporate tax today.
Travelers taking to the ocean on Royal Caribbean’s Celebrity Millennium ship were met with some unfortunate news. Two of the passengers aboard that vessel tested positive for the virus.
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A grandmother and her grandson were shot to death in the produce section of a South Florida Publix yesterday afternoon, authorities say.
The gunman—55-year-old Timothy J. Wall—had no apparent connection to the victims, and he ultimately killed himself in the grocery store, according to police.
Employees and shoppers alike panicked in the moments following the deadly incident.
“I heard, ‘They’re shooting!’ A woman Publix worker said, ‘Run! Shooting!'” said one patron. “I was scared. It’s sad because everything happened fast. Everyone was running. Some employees were crying.”
“This is not a Publix problem,” said one South Florida resident. “This is a people problem. I was born and raised here, and I would never expect this to happen.”
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