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MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Instagram-loving pets owners will spend nearly $500M on animal costumes this Halloween
The amount of money spent on outrageous pet outfits has more than doubled since 2010

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Judge greenlights Obama-era rule for scammed students, despite delays by Trump administration
The regulation designed to help student-loan borrowers has been the subject of years of litigation.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Extra: With ‘no-deal' Brexit risk on the rise, analysts see uncertain path for pound
Market worries about a "no-deal" Brexit are on the rise again after negotiations between London and Brussels hit a hurdle last weekend. What's it mean for British pound?

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Capitol Report: Here's how far the U.S. may go in criticizing China's currency practices
The U.S. is not likely to name China a currency manipulator in the biannual report expected to be released in coming days.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Outside the Box: The IMF keeps making the same mistakes with its economic forecasts
IMF's ‘Groundhog Day' thinking means it is still too upbeat about global growth, even after its latest revision, writes Ashoka Mody.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil finishes higher on U.S.-Saudi tensions, concerns over tighter crude supplies
Oil futures finish higher Tuesday, with global benchmark prices leading the climb as traders waited to see if relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia sour further following the disappearance of a journalist in Turkey.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Want to invest in cannabis as Canada prepares for legalization? Be careful of rogue players
The Securities and Exchange Commission is warning of scams.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Why Americans pay more for cannabis than Canadians
In the Great White North, marijuana consumers get a bargain compared to their American counterparts.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Cannabis Watch: Marijuana stocks to watch: Aphria is positioning itself as a low-cost pot producer
Founded by two greenhouse operating veterans in the farming town of Leamington, Ontario, Aphria Inc. has grown into a company with a market of more than $6 billion thanks to a focus on cheaper production of cannabis.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow up nearly 500 points in broad market rally as investors cheer earnings
It was a sea of green Tuesday as U.S. stocks rally on upbeat earnings reports and robust economic data, helping the market to shake off the previous session's weakness.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Tax Guy: How the ultra-rich can transfer wealth to loved ones without getting hosed by gift and estate taxes
The U.S. currently has the most taxpayer-friendly federal gift and estate tax rules in memory.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Here's another reason why customers should fight against mandatory arbitration
A new study says companies have the edge dealing with customer complaints behind closed doors

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Ratings Game: Chip stocks bounce back, but Morgan Stanley has concerns about the future
Even with Tuesday's bounceback, chip-related stocks are caught in a downdraft fueled by concerns of oversupply and analysts at Morgan Stanley don't think the sector is quite out of the woods yet.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Moneyist: This wife took swift action after her husband hid a cash windfall in her trading account
Her brother-in-law asked her husband to stash a six-figure cash windfall.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Metals Stocks: Gold ends at another multimonth high, but U.S. stock market rally limits the metal's rise
Gold futures edge up Tuesday to mark another finish at their highest since July, but a rally in the U.S. stock market limits gains for the precious metal.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Currencies: British pound rallies after wage data, shrugs off Brexit troubles for the day
Major currencies like the U.S. dollar and the euro were muted early Tuesday, while the British pound led developed market gainers on the back of supportive wage data.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Bond Report: Treasury yields hold ground as stocks attempt comeback
Treasury yields turned slightly lower on Tuesday as stocks looked to bounce back from last week's multisession rout.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Here's how much Tesla lost in market cap now that Musk's SEC settlement is approved
A federal judge approves Elon Musk's settlement with the SEC, ending a chapter many Tesla Inc. investors would rather forget.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow soars triple digits in broad market rally as investors cheer earnings
It was a sea of green Tuesday as U.S. stocks rallied on upbeat earnings reports and robust economic data, helping the market to shake off the previous session's weakness.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

In One Chart: How Corporate America's lobbying on tariffs has surged — in one chart
By one metric, U.S. companies and groups have increased their lobbying on tariffs to a level not seen in at least a decade.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Tell: Fund managers haven't been this bearish on global growth since 2008: BAML survey
A net 38% of fund managers expect global growth to decelerate in the next year, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's October survey, the worst outlook since November 2008. But they're not bearish enough to offer a contrarian buy signal.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: J.P.Morgan taking the lead in 2019 Lyft IPO
Lyft has chosen its group of underwriters for its IPO, slated for 2019.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Economic Report: Another report shows worker pay is accelerating
The usual weekly earnings of a typical U.S. worker rose during the third quarter at the fastest pace in a year, according to new data released Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Stock-market volatility is a great way to test your nerves as an investor
Check your gut: it should be telling you something.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Most people keep their salaries a secret—why that strategy can backfire
80% of workers would pay money to prevent their salary information from being disclosed to their colleagues, a survey found.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Technical Indicator: Charting a corrective bounce, S&P 500 reclaims 200-day average
Technically speaking, the major U.S. benchmarks have reversed from multi-month lows, rising in the wake of an aggressive October downdraft, writes Michael Ashbaugh.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Europe Markets: Italian stocks surge, notch best day in 5 weeks amid EU budget clash
Italy's benchmark on Tuesday notched its best day in about five weeks, while the pan-European benchmark produced its sharpest single-session advance in more than six months.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

In One Chart: Here's the reason the budget deficit grew as the economy expanded
By now it is pretty clear the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act didn't pay for itself, as proponents, including Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, claimed it would.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Key Words: Fox & Friends host tries to smooth over Lindsey Graham's Iranian slam
It started off like so many Fox & Friends interviews: Sit down with a prominent Republican, let him rattle off some talking points, throw a little shade at the opposition, a giggle here, a giggle there. Just a few pals chewing the fat. Then it got weird.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Outside the Box: What's my tax situation if I convert a rental property to a personal residence?
This gets complex quickly

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

NewsWatch: You may be surprised at how many S&P 500 stocks have fallen at least 50% from record highs
Still, analysts have favorable views on some of them.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Economic Report: U.S. job openings climb to record 7.1 million - exceed number of unemployed Americans
The number of job openings in the U.S. climbed to a record 7.1 million in August, reflecting strong growth in the economy and the best labor market in decades.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stocks up sharply as investors cheer earnings
U.S. stocks are on the rise on Tuesday, reversing a lower finish by major benchmarks on Monday, as investors took cheer in third-quarter earnings.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Moneyologist: Should I spend my daughter's $100,000 trust fund on private schools and summer camps?
This mother wants to give her child the advantages in life she never had.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

One bad tweet can change your life forever
Employers are on high alert in this polarized political climate.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Currencies: British pound rallies after wage data, dollar traders await Treasury report
Major currencies like the U.S. dollar and the euro were muted early Tuesday, while the British pound led developed market gainers on the back of supportive wage data.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Metals Stocks: Gold prices extend rally to fresh multimonth peak as dollar softens
Gold futures on Tuesday look likely to extend a rally that has returned prices to July levels, with a generally upbeat tone in place even as volatile stock markets moved higher.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Metals Stocks: Gold extends rally to fresh multi-month highs as dollar softens
Gold futures on Tuesday look likely to extend a rally that has returned prices to July levels, with a generally upbeat tone in place even as volatile stock markets moved higher.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Economic Report: Another report shows worker pay is rising
The usual weekly earnings of a typical U.S. worker rose during the third quarter at the fastest pace in a year, according to new data released Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Cannabis Watch: Marijuana stocks to watch: GW Pharma is a drugmaker that grows its own cannabis plants
Drugmakers commonly make their medicines synthetically — think a lab, not a greenhouse. But because its medications employ cannabinoids, the U.K.-based GW Pharma is also involved in agriculture.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Economic Report: Industrial production up healthy 0.3% in September
Industrial output rose 0.3% in September, easily beating economists' estimates of a 0.1% gain, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Encore: An easier and cheaper way for retirees to tap home equity
Extensive education, easy application process, and a reasonable interest rate are the keys to success.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Capitol Report: Here's Nancy Pelosi's to-do list if Democrats win back the House
With the midterm elections just three weeks away, Nancy Pelosi is detailing the Democratic Party's to-do list if it manages to win back control of the House of Representatives.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil makes modest moves as traders await developments with U.S-Saudi tensions
Oil futures tilt lower on Tuesday as traders waited to see if relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia sour further following the disappearance of a journalist in Turkey.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Deep Dive: You may be surprised at how many S&P 500 stocks have fallen at least 50% from record highs
Still, analysts have favorable views on some of them.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stocks bounce higher led by health care gainers
U.S. stocks tare on the rise on Tuesday, reversing a lower finish by major benchmarks on Monday, led by a decline in technology and internet-related companies.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Cannabis Watch: Marijuana stocks to watch: Tilray has big plans and a highly volatile stock
Tilray Inc. became the first cannabis company to go public on the Nasdaq this year, marking an important turning point for the sector — the successful IPO, Chief Executive Brendan Kennedy told MarketWatch, was a validation for the overall industry.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Project Syndicate: People vs. money in America's midterm elections
Neither America's economy nor its democracy can afford not to bolster the middle class, writes Joseph Stiglitz.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

America's $1.5 trillion student debt is a ‘failed social experiment'
A new paper from the Roosevelt Institute says these loans are not a benign way to help young people attend college.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Economic Report: Home builder confidence ticks up as buyer demand overcomes headwinds — for now
A measure of sentiment among residential construction firms rose slightly, reflecting solid macro fundamentals, but builders are still struggling to build homes for the more affordable segments of the market.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Sears' Eddie Lampert's many roles may spur lawsuits as bankruptcy unfolds
Bankruptcy experts say the financial steps taken by Sears chair Eddie Lampert prior to bankruptcy could lead to litigation.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Why the deck is stacked against fathers in teen pregnancies—and their children
A new study from Norway looks at the height, weight and IQ scores of men who fathered children with teen moms.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Need to Know: Stocks are ready for a reboot and nowhere near a bear market, says this trader
Stocks look ready to ramp higher on Tuesday, but some investors may still be a bit wary after last week's mini meltdown. Our call of the day says push those bear-market thoughts to the back of your mind.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

These numbers show Suze Orman is right about needing $5 million to retire
Suze Orman broke the internet earlier this month when she told listeners of the "Afford Anything" podcast that, realistically, those buying into the FIRE movement (financial independence, retire early) better save at least $5 million to achieve that goal. The overwhelming response: Are you nuts, lady? But one popular personal finance blogger swam upstream right next to Orman, but he used his own experience to back his point.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Outside the Box: How to protect your early retirement goals — even when the market is volatile
7 things early retirees can do when the stock market turns on them.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Peter Morici: Powell has lost his North Star, and the Fed is flying blind
The Federal Reserve has lost its bearings, which means it could accidentally raise interest rates too much.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Therese Poletti's Tech Tales: California vs. the U.S. has a new battleground: Tech regulation
The federal government allowed technology companies to grow unchecked into dominant forces for the past decade. California has jumped into that void with its own attempts to address three obvious issues with a tech industry that is largely powered from within its borders, but the new laws could face some legal challenges.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

NewsWatch: A guide to pot stocks: What you need to know to invest in cannabis companies
Cannabis will be legal in Canada starting this Wednesday, generating strong interest from investors eager to get in on a market that analysts and experts expect to be worth billions of dollars.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Pompeo, in Saudi Arabia, seeks answers amid crisis over Khashoggi
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh on Tuesday for meetings with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman aimed at resolving an escalating diplomatic crisis over the suspected death of a prominent Saudi journalist.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Uber proposals double the company's value at $120 billion in possible 2019 IPO
Uber Technologies Inc. recently received proposals from Wall Street banks valuing the ride-hailing company at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering that could take place next year, according to people familiar with the matter.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Need to Know: Why stocks are nowhere near a bear market and ready for a reboot, says trader
Stocks look ready to ramp higher on Tuesday, but some investors may still be a bit wary after last week's mini meltdown. Our call of the day says push those bear-market thoughts to the back of your mind.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Asia Markets: Nikkei's gain, led by Softbank's rebound, lifts most Asian markets
Asian stock markets gain Tuesday, partly reversing a broad selloff to start the week and largely shaking off modest losses on Wall Street.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Sniff Test: All the potential red flags for investors in IGC, the pot stock that jumped 1,000% in three months
Shares of a company that says it wants to make a line of CBD-infused drinks have run up dramatically, but is there any real news behind the move?

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Extra: The stock market retreat is only the latest reason analysts believe the dollar rally is over
The October retreat in U.S. stocks has led to a repricing of the U.S. dollar, giving market participants yet another indication that the days of the dollar rally could be numbered.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: ‘I'm 100% With You,' Trump tells Mattis after hinting at the secretary's departure
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said President Trump reassured him that he has his full support.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Cannabis Watch: Marijuana stocks to watch: Canopy Growth is the cannabis business's $4 billion gorilla
Smith Falls, Ontario-based Canopy Growth Corp. made headlines and drove cannabis stocks to new heights over the summer, after it announced that Corona beer-maker Constellation Brands Inc. was going to invest an additional $4 billion in the company.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Cannabis Watch: A guide to pot stocks: What you need to know to invest in cannabis companies
Cannabis will be legal in Canada starting this Wednesday, generating strong interest from investors eager to get in on a market that analysts and experts expect to be worth billions of dollars.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks poised to rise after Monday's tech-driven selloff
U.S. stock futures on Tuesday are tracking higher and teasing modest gains for the main benchmarks a day after stocks finished lower, led by a decline in technology and internet-related companies.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

When women can't access abortion, some take drastic measures
A new study looks at what happens in states with only a few abortion clinics.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Mark Hulbert: Gold will make fools of the bulls — again
Sentiment doesn't support rising gold prices, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Why companies have the edge dealing with customer complaints behind closed doors
Mandatory arbitration clauses prevent people from participating in class-action lawsuits, but a new study suggests the choice of arbitrator is critical.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Europe Markets: Italian stocks flirt with best day in 3 weeks amid EU budget clash
Italy's benchmark on Tuesday was set for its best day in three weeks, while U.K. stocks lagged behind the broader European equity market, as brewing political drama continued to result in outsize moves in those eurozone regions.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

NerdWallet: Penny pinching on Halloween costumes? Try these saving secrets
If the price tag on the zombie costume gives you a fright, it's time to look for ways to shed some of the cost.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Next Avenue: 5 big pitfalls of retirement, and how to fix them
Recognizing the problems of retirement can give you a better chance of avoiding these common snags.

MarketWatch
Oct 16, 2018

Grow: 12 fun things to do this fall that are cheap or free
Fall is loaded with festivals, football, fright fests, foliage, films and other fun.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Google CEO defends potential China-compliant search engine
Google's chief executive defended his company's plan to explore a search engine tailored for users in China despite concerns that would mean complying with the country's strict internet censors.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Key Words: Jeff Bezos chides rivals, says Amazon will continue to work with Pentagon
While some tech companies are backing away from working with the Pentagon, Jeff Bezos says Amazon.com Inc. won't be one of them.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Asia Markets: Asian markets rise, driven by oil-company gains
A day after a broad selloff, Asian stock markets gained in early trading Tuesday, despite modest losses on Wall Street.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Key Words: Twitter creates filter bubbles, and ‘we need to fix it,' says Jack Dorsey
Social-media companies are failing their users by creating echo chambers that encourage polarization, Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said Monday.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Retire Better: Why retirees should feel very worried right now
Retirement's big three—pensions, savings, Social Security—are under stress

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Key Words: Instagram co-founder on quitting Facebook: ‘No one ever leaves a job because everything's awesome'
Instagram co-founder and former chief executive Kevin Systrom suggested Monday that things weren't so great at Facebook Inc., where he quit last month.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The New York Post: Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, died Monday following complications from non-Hodgkins's lymphoma. He was 65.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The New York Post: Judge throws out Stormy Daniels' defamation suit against Trump
Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump was tossed out Monday — with a federal judge ordering the porn star to pay the president's legal fees, according to reports.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: CFPB to spell out ‘abusive' practices by financial-service companies
A federal regulator plans to explain what it considers to be "abusive" practices by companies selling financial services, a move aimed at giving a clearer idea of what behavior would get companies into trouble under relatively new government enforcement powers.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Steel reaches tentative labor deal with steelworkers' union
The United Steelworkers union and U.S. Steel Corp. struck a tentative agreement for a new labor contract covering at least 14,000 workers, breaking a three-year wage freeze.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Google releases new digital home device without a camera so it can't spy on you
The move reveals how invasive such devices can be.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Earnings Outlook: IBM earnings: Investors want to see how Watson holds on to AI, machine learning market
International Business Machines Corp.'s artificial intelligence product Watson appears to be losing ground to competitors and investors will likely focus on how that's affecting the tech giant's cognitive-solutions business when it reports earnings next week.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Personal Finance Daily: How to game the new standard tax deduction and why you should talk about your salary
Monday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

In One Chart: These sudden stock-market plunges really are much more frequent, this chart shows
Does it feel like sudden bursts of volatility happen more than they used to? It ends up that they are.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Italy's government OKs draft budget that would widen deficit
Italy's government approves a draft budget law for next year, confirming a set of expansionary measures that could lead to a fast-rising deficit and a conflict with the European Union.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Ex-Senate staffer pleads guilty to lying to FBI during leak probe
The former security director of the Senate Intelligence Committee pleaded guilty Monday to making a false statement to the FBI as part of an investigation into media leaks.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

NewsWatch: This stock-market pullback probably has further to go: analysts
Wall Street pundits on Monday continue to urge caution, predicting that the stock market turbulence is far from over. Yet many of them ended their commentary on an optimistic note, suggesting that the bullish backdrop for stocks remains intact.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Commodities Corner: Here's why oil isn't rallying despite U.S.-Saudi tensions over missing journalist
Speculation over the possibility of $100, or even, in a stretch, $400 a barrel oil prices has emerged in the wake of growing tensions between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, but analysts say that any such move would be unsustainable.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Saudis weigh saying Khashoggi was killed by mistake
Saudi Arabia is weighing whether to say that rogue operatives killed a Saudi dissident journalist, people familiar with the matter said, a position that would help the royal family exonerate itself from direct responsibility for a matter that has roiled its relations with the U.S.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Climate change could crush beer makers — and drinkers — new study finds
Brewers including Anheuser-Busch InBev SA, Molson Coors Brewing Co. and Carlsberg A/S are taking steps to maintain supplies of barley, the main crop used in beer, amid climate change. A new study suggests their preparations might not be enough.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stocks end lower as tech weakness quashes attempt at gains
Major benchmarks close lower Monday after stocks failed to defend earlier gains as investors remained cautious.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Birthing the next royal baby will probably be cheaper than the average American birth
Most royals are born in a luxury suite.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Your financial adviser's ‘sleep easy' portfolio may be riskier than you think
The 60/40 portfolio allocation has burned investors in the past.

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

Inflation suddenly cools off after rapid rise, but it doesn't mean Fed will skip a rate hike
The Federal Reserve is raising U.S. interest rates — and giving stock investors a heartburn — to head off a threat to the economy from rising inflation. But what if inflation has already peaked?

MarketWatch
Oct 15, 2018

FA Center: Corporate insiders are taking the stock market's big selloff in stride
Insider buying currently is greatest among large-cap companies, writes Mark Hulbert.

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