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People have lunch at Bottino Restaurant in Chelsea as New York City restaurants open for limited capacity indoor dining on Oct. 1. Bryan R. Smith/AFP via Getty Images

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Stock market investment trends flipped around this week on coronavirus vaccine news. So what's next for stocks?

Susan Schmidt, head of U.S. equities at Aviva Investors, says "investors base their decisions on future earnings, not what's happened in the past." So, the latest news of progress in COVID-19 vaccine candidates is changing things. Investors have been cautious up until now, chasing big growth stocks like those of tech companies. Now, we're seeing companies that have generally had a hard time during the pandemic rebound some.

Pre-filled tax forms would save Americans time and money, research says

by David Brancaccio , Chris Farrell and Daniel Shin Nov 11, 2020
"Return free filing" is something 36 countries already do.

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