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Six blue-chip stocks to buy on the dip

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Exclusive: Facebook stops blocking marijuana search results ahead of Canadian legalization

Less than a week ahead of the legalization of adult recreational marijuana sales in Canada, Facebook Inc. will end a year-long block on cannabis and related searches for pages on its platform Thursday. See full story.

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