Stocks were edging higher Thursday as weekly jobless claims came in lower than expected, but still totaled over 1 million, and investors looked to Washington for clarity on another potential coronavirus stimulus package.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 95 points, or 0.35% to 27,296, the S&P 500 advanced 0.36%, while the Nasdaq rose 0.64%.
MGM Wants You to Work from Las Vegas
The new Viva Las Office program offers discounted jet service, rooms as cheap as $100 per night. Working travelers will also be connected with a dedicated concierge, which the package calls an "executive assistant."
The package also provides discounted semiprivate flights offering between $75 and $125 off round trip tickets.
Joe Biden Spills Beans on Electric Corvette
In the spot, Biden says that he's been told GM is making a version of the car that will go 200 mph.
The Detroit Free Press confirmed that GM has plans in the works to make an EV Corvette.
NYC Condo Market Craters in July
New York City's real estate bubble could be bursting after a report from Miller Samuel and Douglas Elliman suggested that the number of signed contracts for co-ops and condos in Manhattan dropped 57% year over year in July.
The high-end condo market is getting hit hard with co-ops priced between $4 million and $10 million experiencing a 75% decline year over year.
New apartment listing jumped by 8% in the month with the number of unsold apartments reaching its highest level in nearly a decade, according to Miller Samuel.