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The Dow rose six hundred ninety one points the nasdaq two hundred seventy two the S. and P. eighty five the news that gave the Dow a big boost came from Johnson and Johnson it announced a partnership with the federal government to mass produce a possible vaccine for the virus which could be released to the public in about a year instead of a year and a half for longer its shares rose eight percent the gap is joining Macy's in following most of its employees Coles is extending store closings through may Chico says he doesn't know when it will reopen its physical stores and there may be less reason for high school students applying for college to worry about SAT scores about a dozen schools have eliminated standardized test scores for students applying for the fall of twenty twenty one the founder of a private tutoring firm says that could be the death knell for emissions testing Joe dot occur Bloomberg radio every month bank giving back to our community is and publicidad stand it's R. M. O..