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5 ETFs to Ride the Upcoming Holiday Season Shopping Wave

The coronavirus outbreak continues to be a major concern across the earth with the situation aggravating in the United States, Europe and in India. Unfortunately, the health crisis already claimed more than a million lives globally.

Moving on, even as the U.S. economy is reopening in phases and social-distancing restrictions are being eased, people are trying to minimize human-to-human contact. It’s largely because the pandemic resulted in some changes in the lifestyle and preferences of Americans.

Meanwhile, the holiday season is around the corner, which generally marks the late October-December period. This time of the year is one of the most important phases for a large number of companies from the business point of view. The quarter also witnesses some popular retail events like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday, Black Friday and Christmas, which increase its significance to the retailers.

According to Deloitte’s report on holiday spending forecasts, retail sales may

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Overnight Health Care: New wave of COVID-19 cases builds in US | Florida to lift all coronavirus restrictions on restaurants, bars

Welcome to Friday’s Overnight Health Care.



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Overnight Health Care: New wave of COVID-19 cases builds in US | Florida to lift all coronavirus restrictions on restaurants, bars | Trump stirs questions with $200 drug coupon plan

COVID-19 infections are on the rise, even as many Americans are back at work and school. Florida is letting restaurants and bars open without restrictions, and Trump’s sudden interest in sending seniors drug coupons is raising all sorts of questions.

We’ll start with the coronavirus big picture:

New wave of COVID-19 cases builds in US

The U.S. has never gotten control over the coronavirus. The pandemic has killed more than 200,000 people in America, but efforts that could slow the spread and truly lower the case count have never been fully embraced. So here we are.

Confirmed COVID-19 cases are rising again in the United States, building a new crescendo

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