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CA Cuts Power, COVID-19 Cases Rise & More — Monday's Financial Rundown: Sep. 28

Thousands of residents in Northern California will have their power shut off as the state's largest utility tries to prevent more wildfires, grocers look to beef up their inventory in preparation for a potential second wave of COVID-19 cases, and Google announces it will temporarily halt all political ads directly after Election Day. Keep reading for a look at the top financial headlines on Sep. 28, 2020.

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CA Cuts Power, COVID-19 Cases Rise & More — Monday's Financial Rundown: Sep. 28
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    THE US ECONOMY

    California wildfire threat spurs utility PG&E to cut power to 89,000 customers

    California wildfire threat spurs utility PG&E to cut power to 89,000 customers

    Here's what you can get for $300,000 in Omaha, Nebraska

    Here's what you can get for $300,000 in Omaha, Nebraska

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