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Who said the following quote:
“You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.”
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After the stock market logged subtle gains yesterday, futures indicated slight dips this morning. Investors are caught between optimism regarding a strong economic recovery and mounting anxiety about increasing inflation.
Meanwhile, the AMC Entertainment mania shows no signs of slowing down. Shares of the movie chain soared nearly 100% yesterday, before shaving off most of a 20% increase this morning. Yesterday, short-sellers lost an estimated $2.8 billion, though analysts predict an inevitable downfall in shares.
Investors are also eagerly awaiting a pair of employment reports from the government that will paint a clearer picture of how the economy is doing right now. Strategists anticipate that May brought an additional 680,000 private payrolls.
And economists believe that less than 400,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits as of last week.
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An apparent standoff between a suspected Delaware shooter and police resulted in three officers being shot and taken to a local hospital last night, reporters say.
The incident appears to be ongoing, as police continue to swarm Wilmington’s Brandywine Village neighborhood. The standoff is apparently occurring in an apartment building in that area.
As of this morning, several cops could be seen coming in going, and officials used a fire truck ladder to help a woman and child exit the apartment building through a window.
Residents in the area were asked not to leave their homes as police patrolled the streets.
“This remains an active and ongoing investigation,” authorities said as of this morning.
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