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Grubhub — Shares of Grubhub sank 6% after the food delivery company denied a Wall Street Journal report saying it was exploring a sale. "While we can't take action until six months after finalizing our rules, or July 1 — whichever comes first — we can consider a business's efforts to comply with the law from January 1, onwards," she wrote in an email to CNBC. —Stevens2:57 pm: Three things to watch this week from the Fed WednesdayThe Federal Reserve concludes its two-day meeting Wednesday with an almost certainty that it will not change interest rates. VIDEO1:0101:01Pelosi: Articles of impeachment will be sent to Senate 'next week'Squawk Alley. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell 3 basis points to 1

Those levies range from zero to more than 8%, depending on where the ticket was purchased and where the winner lives. However, the current top marginal rate of 37% would mean owing a lot more. –Fitzgerald2:21 pm: Stocks are higher after Fed decisionThe major Wall Street averages were higher after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, a decision that was widely anticipated. "Defense Secretary Mark Esper claimed that Soleimani "for sure" had plans to attack U. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the "continued increase in cases and the evidence of human-to-human transmission outside of China are, of course, most deeply disturbing

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