MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From a national fast food workers’ strike that includes Minneapolis to bad weather influencing the stock market, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Nov. 10.

Fast Food Worker Strike

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Fast food workers nationwide are going on strike in 270 cities, including Minneapolis.

Workers are demanding $15 an hour, paid sick days and fair scheduling.

Black Lives Matter Minneapolis is joining the local movement, which will make its way to Minneapolis City Hall this morning.

The groups are encouraging people to vote in 2016 for candidates in favor of their campaign.

Bad Weather Vs. Stock Market

We know that bad weather can affect your mood and it can apparently even affect he stock market.

Researchers tell the Wall Street Journal bad weather can generate a mild depression that can distract the most sophisticated investors.

They say in bad weather, brokerage firm analysts were 9 to 18 percent less likely to issue an annual earnings forecast, or make a recommendation to buy, hold or sell.

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The study also showed that stocks responded slower to earnings news on days when Wall Street was having bad weather.

Fourth GOP Debate

Republicans take the stage again in Milwaukee tonight for their fourth debate.

It will be hosted by Fox Business Network and the Wall Street Journal while focusing on economic issues.

The latest polls show Donald Trump and Ben Carson are neck and neck.

POTUS On Facebook

President Obama is joining the rest of the world on Facebook.

His first post is a 2-minute video showing the President walking through his white house backyard. He urges Americans to protect the planet for future generations.

The President has been getting more active on social media with his second term coming to an end in a year.

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He joined Twitter back in May.