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LGBTQ activists in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley have rallied behind two brothers who are victims of human trafficking.
We’ve seen similar value, cyclical rallies in the past but these periods have been short-lived as growth, momentum sectors eventually reasserted their leadership.
It has been helpful for the workforce to “rally around something good,” as they did recently around a charitable cause.
Buoyed by Tesla’s strong performance, Xpeng’s shares rallied 40% on their first day of trading.
The Monday rally in 2020’s misfit stocks—the likes of airlines, banks and energy—was fueled of course by Pfizer’s “game changer” news of a vaccine trial breakthrough.
We won’t be going to motor-biker rallies in the foreseeable future.
They rallied for a 38-31 victory over Baylor behind three Brock Purdy touchdown passes to take a half-game lead in the Big 12 standings.
Wall Street’s best week since April is taking its first breather on Friday, and stocks are slipping following their big rally on enthusiasm about the upside of potential gridlock in Washington.
A surprise there could upset markets, which have rallied so strongly this week.
The American Civil Liberties Union had successfully fought for the ability of the rally’s organizers to hold their event in the center of town rather than in a place that authorities said would be easier to make safe.

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