TFT News TV: 01/27/21

The S&P and Nasdaq slipped from record levels at the close, shares of Beyond Meat surged to an 18-month high after it announced a joint venture with PepsiCo, and General Electric offered an upbeat outlook for its business this year after reporting a surge in quarterly cash flow.

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