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MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

NerdWallet: Don't get caught by surprise by this deadline if you're paying off student loans
If you're using an income-driven repayment plan, you must recertify your personal information annually.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Next Avenue: Evicted from a nursing home? It happens more than you might think
Thousands of families face the predicament every year. Here's what you can do.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Key Words: Mnuchin to Greta Thunberg — go study economics first
President Donald Trump has taken a few digs at 17-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg, and now Treasury Steven Mnuchin has as well.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Anglo American output up 4%, benefiting from Minas-Rio ramp-up
The diversified mining company said that, excluding the impact of Minas-Rio, however, group copper-equivalent production is down 1% in the period.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Market Extra: Why investors can't afford to sleep through this week's ECB meeting
Nobody expects any policy changes when European Central Bank big shots meet Thursday, but Christine Lagarde could still drop some worthwhile hints about the path ahead.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Galp, ACS reach $2.43 billion solar-energy deal
Galp claims the deal with Spain's ACS will make it the main solar-power producer in the Iberian region.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: STMicroelectronics net profit falls, revenue increases
The European semiconductor chip maker said net profit fell 6.2% year-on-year to $392 million, with revenue increasing 4% to $2.75 billion.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

Asia Markets: China stocks slide 3%, leading sharp losses for Asia as coronavirus spreads
Stocks in China were being hit hard in Thursday with Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges off more than 1.5% as the spread of the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, spooked investors ahead of Saturday's Lunar New Year holiday.

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

The Moneyist: My husband wrote a secret will when our marriage was rocky, but we are in a happier place now — should I now write one too?
‘I do not know what is in this will, but it's still current and in his brother's possession.'

MarketWatch
Jan 23, 2020

The Moneyist: ‘I married a guy that lied about his debt. Now he's trying to divorce me.' Can I sue him for lying to me?
‘He said he wanted to marry me to give me his survivor benefits. When I didn't accept, he offered to buy me a house.'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Asia Markets: Virus spread, trade news send stocks in Asia into retreat early Thursday
Stocks in China were being hit hard in early trading Thursday with Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges off more than 1.5% as the spread of the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, spooked investors ahead of Saturday's Lunar New Year holiday.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Market Extra: Here's how the stock market has performed during past viral outbreaks, as China's coronavirus spreads
U.S. equity markets have experienced muted trade in the past few sessions as investors keep one eye trained on a deadly flu outbreak in China, which could soon be declared a public health emergency by the World Health Organization within the next 24 hours.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Corrections: Intel's volatile earnings forecast
A January 22 MarketWatch earnings preview that contained comments about Intel from the firm Bernstein identified the wrong analyst who made the comments.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Lord Mandelson refuses to back any of the candidates in the U.K. Labour Party's leadership race
The peer, who is attending the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland and is the chairman of strategic advisory firm Global Counsel, refused to back any specific candidate.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Earnings Watch: Intel's volatile forecast, Comcast's changing cycle and airlines' Boeing drama take earnings stage
Intel Corp. needs to go back to being boring, but after a rocky 2019, it's unclear whether the company can return to the way things were.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The New York Post: Trump suggested he'd like a front-row seat at impeachment trial, and Rand Paul says he has a ticket for him
At the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, Trump told assembled media that he might like to attend his impeachment trial in the Senate chamber for an opportunity to, in his words, "stare at [Democratic lawmakers'] corrupt faces."

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Ford to take $2.2 billion fourth-quarter loss related to pensions
After taxes, the loss is expected to cut down on Ford's net income by $1.7 billion, the company says in a filing Wednesday.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Market Extra: Why weak energy companies won't likely get a lifeline from higher oil prices
Bond investors aren't too optimistic about higher oil prices lifting the prospects of the weakest U.S. energy companies, where defaults have been climbing.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Economic Preview: The U.S. economy still isn't firing on all cylinders. Here's what needs to change
American consumers have been carrying the economy on their back, but they sure could use more help from business.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

NewsWatch: Boeing's earnings could be ‘an absolute disaster,' analyst says
Boeing Co.'s fourth-quarter earnings are shaping up to be "an absolute disaster" after the aerospace company pushed back its 737 Max return to service timeline to possibly midyear.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Trump is likely right that the Dow would be higher if the Fed hadn't raised interest rates
Stock prices are moving in tandem with the expansion of the Fed's balance sheet, but got crunched as the central bank boosted rates.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Netflix's earnings: The price tag on global domination is getting clearer
Free cash flow topped a negative $3 billion last year as the movie-streaming company booked 167 million global paid subscriptions.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The Margin: Watch out! Planters kills off Mr. Peanut in Super Bowl pregame ad
He shell be missed #RIPeanut, fans say.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

: Texas Instruments stock slips as earnings and outlook barely clear a low bar
Texas Instruments Inc. shares slipped in the extended session Wednesday after the chip maker tops reduced estimates from Wall Street and forecasts a first-quarter range that bookends consensus estimates.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks close steady but off highs with China taking steps to contain possible pandemic
U.S. stocks ended steady Wednesday helped by good earnings reports from technology stocks and news that Chinese authorities were taking steps to contain a possible coronavirus pandemic, relieving investor fears about a threat to global economic growth.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Bond Report: Treasurys rally comes to halt as coronavirus fears abate
U.S. Treasury yields struggled for direction on Wednesday as investors attempted to shake off fears the China's coronavirus may spread to other countries and affect global economic growth

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Key Words: There's a video posted on the official White House YouTube page calling homosexuality the devil's work
Bishop Jerry Wayne Taylor's unleashed a fiery anti-gay sermon over the weekend — shortly after a Pence speech.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Capitol Report: Facebook, Amazon and Apple set records in annual spending on lobbying
The spending has come as Big Tech increasingly finds itself in lawmakers and regulators' cross hairs.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The Ratings Game: IBM stock ticks higher as analysts debate merits of Red Hat on Big Blue's future
International Business Machines Corp.'s 2020 fortunes may hang on how well Red Hat keeps contributing to the company's growing cloud business as Big Blue tries to rely less on its legacy products.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Commodities Corner: What the 2003 SARS epidemic tells us about the potential impact of China's coronavirus on oil and metals
The outbreak of coronavirus in China has led to concerns over a slowdown in the nation's economy and put pressure on oil and industrial metals prices on bets for potentially weaker demand for the commodities. However, if the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic serves as a guide, the overall impact of the virus may be modest and short lived on the global economy as well as on the commodities sector.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Super Bowl ticket prices nearing $9,000 — here's what's driving the cost
Fans of the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs see their team play in the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

President Trump says he ‘could get used to' negative interest rates — why you shouldn't wish for that to happen
JPMorgan CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon, meanwhile, blasted negative interest rates, saying they won't ‘end well.'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The Tell: Young trader's epic Beyond Meat stock misfire: ‘Biggest mistake of my life
For many veteran traders, $12,000 is a rounding error, but for someone just getting his feet wet in the options pits, well, losing that much will leave a mark. That's what happened this week to an anonymous trader.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The New York Post: New York grocery chain Fairway disputes report that it's closing all locations
Fairway says its lenders are cooperative and it plans to continue operating at least some of its stores.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Earnings Watch: Earnings recession should end with a fourth-quarter comeback
The earnings recession of 2019 will soon be over, as history suggests investors can count on a fourth-quarter comeback that flips the earnings growth outlook to positive from negative.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Coronavirus infections have more than doubled. Here's why the mysterious illness from China spreads so quickly
A U.S. citizen who recently returned from central China has been diagnosed with the new virus, the CDC said Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

401(k)s are the ‘pot of gold' ETFs haven't yet cracked — but that could change in the next decade
Exchange-traded funds will likely become more personal but also more popular, dwarfing the amount of assets held by mutual funds.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Trump Today: Trump says witnesses for impeachment trial up to Senate but suggests national-security concerns
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that calling witnesses in his impeachment trial is up to Senate lawmakers, though he suggested national-security issues were a concern.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Economic Report: Share of union workers in the U.S. falls to a record low in 2019
The percentage of American workers in unions fell to a record low in 2019, extending a long slide that began in the 1970s.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Key Words: Here's the ‘dirty little secret' the superrich of Davos are keeping to themselves
The Hoover Institution's Niall Ferguson shares his thoughts on the World Economic Forum's 50th annual meeting.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Amazon, DHL and IKEA front new group that's pushing for more electric vehicles
Amazon.com, AT&T Inc., DHL Express USA Inc. and other select companies with major delivery fleets — and their accompanying heavy carbon footprints — are banding together for an electric-vehicle collaboration.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Tax Guy: Your game plan for making the most of employer-issued stock options
Beware: when the market goes south, you can wind up owing income tax on paper gains that have vanished.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Key Words: There's a video on the White House's official YouTube page calling homosexuality the devil's work
Bishop Jerry Wayne Taylor's unleashed a fiery anti-gay sermon over the weekend — shortly after a Pence speech.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Outside the Box: Five ways to ease your financial stress
Money worries are never just about money — here's how to get back on track

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Amazon hits $200 billion mark beating Google and Apple to become world's most valuable brand
Amazon has boosted its position as the world's most valuable brand surpassing Google, Apple and Microsoft, according to a global report.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

If Warburg Pincus tables £3.1 billion bid for Quilter, here's what investors should do
U.S. buyout group Warburg Pincus has reportedly held talks about a possible £3.1 billion takeover of Quilter

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Vaccine makers tap into virus-driven rally to raise money
Some small vaccine developers that saw their stocks take off on Tuesday over growing concern about the new coronavirus are using the market interest to raise money.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

This ‘incredibly powerful' home-insurance policy will make pay outs even if your property isn't damaged
‘The one industry that's not debating the nature of climate change is the insurance industry.'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Key Words: Head of U.S.' largest bank says central banks are fueling a sovereign debt bubble, negative-rates won't ‘end well'
J.P. Morgan chief Jamie Dimon says negative interest rates in Europe and Japan are his top concern and warns that the U.S.government is to blame for slow economic growth

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

It's not your imagination — Netflix doesn't have as many movies as it used to
‘Netflix saw the writing on the wall many years ago, which is why they shifted to focus on original content.'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Upgrade: I'm 38 with $315,000 saved for retirement, but have $30,000 in debt. Should I lower my 401(k) contributions to get rid of that debt?
Added wrinkle: He has two kids, which makes it hard to pay down the debt

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

NewsWatch: Why one stock-market bull says he's taking the ‘offense off the field'
Tony Dwyer, a longtime bull and strategist at brokerage Canaccord Genuity, is getting a little nervous and said it is time "to take offense temporarily off the field."

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

When blockchain arrives in fintech, old-line payment processors will feel the pain
Blockchain will dramatically lower transaction costs for retailers, which paid a collective $108 billion last year.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stock futures edge higher as China moves to contain virus outbreak
Futures markets pointed to a higher start for U.S. stocks Wednesday, with investors showing confidence in efforts by Chinese authorities to contain the outbreak of a deadly flu-like virus which has spread to other countries.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

People infected with coronavirus more than doubles. Here's why the mysterious illness from China spread so quickly
A U .S. citizen recently returned from central China has been diagnosed with the new virus, the CDC announced Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Key Words: Legendary investor Paul Tudor Jones says market today is like early '99, driven by ‘insane monetary policy'
He predicts the market will experience a ‘blow-off top'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Outside the Box: The way your company can offer health insurance is changing in a fundamental way — and no one knows about it
Instead of a company group plan, you pick an Obamacare plan for your Individual Coverage HRA and your employer subsidizes the cost.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Outside the Box: As wage growth picks up, the Fed needs to be careful about overreacting
The risk of focusing on wage growth sets up the Federal Reserve to make the same mistake as it did with the unemployment rate.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

The Moneyist: My stepmother and father gave me $16K, but after my dad died she said she needs it back — should I give it to her?
‘She argues that it would be considered hiding money by the probate court.'

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Why the mysterious coronavirus from China has spread so quickly
A U .S. citizen recently returned from central China has been diagnosed with the new virus, the CDC announced Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Need to Know: Why one stock-market bull says he's taking the ‘offense off the field'
Tony Dwyer, a longtime bull and strategist at brokerage Canaccord Genuity, is getting a little nervous and said it is time "to take offense temporarily off the field."

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

TaxWatch: ‘Taxpayers are leaving millions of dollars off their returns.' Why Americans repeatedly overlook this lucrative tax credit
This credit prevents millions from slipping into poverty, yet a new study finds many people are not aware of its existence.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Tax Guy: A game plan for making the most of employer-issued nonqualified stock options
Beware: when the market goes south, you can wind up owing income tax on paper gains that have vanished.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Next Avenue: Are probiotics a waste of money?
A physician and naturopath weigh in about these supplements — a $43 billion industry.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Sage Group backs FY 2020 guidance after strong quarter
Sage Group PLC said Wednesday that trading in the first quarter of fiscal 2020 was strong as it benefited from revenue growth and backed its guidance for the full financial year.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Daimler 2019 earnings sink and automaker sees diesel-related expenses
Group earnings before interest and taxes were EUR5.6 billion in 2019 compared with EUR11.1 billion a year earlier, the German premium car maker said. Figures are preliminary.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: U.K. regulator to probe Daily Mail's ‘i' newspaper buy
The regulator said that it is considering whether the deal by DMG Media Ltd.--a Daily Mail & General Trust unit--for JPI Media, owner of the "i" newspaper, would lead to a "substantial lessening of competition" within the U.K.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: WH Smith total revenue up in 20-week period, but falls on same-store basis
The British retailer said revenue at its travel business rose 19%. Excluding InMotion and recently-acquired Marshall Retail Group, however, revenue rose 5%. On a like-for-like basis, revenue rose 3%.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Pets at Home delivered strong same-store revenue growth over Christmas
Pets at Home Group PLC said Wednesday that it had a record-breaking Christmas with like-for-like revenue growth of 7.2% over the 12-week period.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: J Sainsbury CEO Mike Coupe to retire; Simon Roberts appointed
The U.K. retail group said Coupe will remain in his role until the end of May, and will remain a director until July 2, at which point he will retire.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: Antofagasta hit top end of copper guidance for 2019, backs 2020 targets
Looking ahead to 2020, the miner reiterated its target to produce between 725,000 tons and 755,000 tons of copper, between 180,000 ounces and 200,000 ounces of gold, and between a range of 12,500 tons and 14,000 tons of molybdenum.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: ASML Holding launches $6.66 billion share-buyback program
ASML Holding NV said Wednesday that it was launching a three-year share-buyback program of up to 6 billion euros ($6.66 billion), and that profit rose for the fourth quarter of 2019.

MarketWatch
Jan 22, 2020

Asia Markets: Stocks in Asia rise, mostly shrug off concerns over coronavirus
Asian stock markets were largely unfazed Wednesday by the rising global concerns over an outbreak of a coronavirus that can cause deadly pneumonia, despite investor worry over the impact the health emergency may have on travel and tourism ahead of the Lunar New Year that starts Saturday.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Asia Markets: Stocks in Asia mostly shrug off concerns over coronavirus in early Wednesday trading
Asian stock markets were largely unfazed early Wednesday by the rising global concerns over an outbreak of a coronavirus that can cause deadly pneumonia, despite investor worry over the impact the health emergency may have on travel and tourism ahead of the Lunar New Year that starts Saturday.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Tax Guy: Tax breaks for college tuition and medical expenses just came back from the dead — read this before filing your taxes
You may have to amend your 2018 return to fully cash in.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

These teenage TikTok stars reveal how their ‘goofy' videos made them financially independent
‘My content is teen, edgy bad boy,' says 17-year-old Josh Richards.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Why the middle-aged ‘dad bod' could be deadly instead of sexy
The hazards of excess body weight appear to be more perilous in men than in women, new research finds.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Will Meghan and Harry become the Duke and Duchess of Netflix?
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said he would welcome talks with the Sussexes after they quit their royal duties.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

IBM stock rallies after earnings show surprise revenue gain
International Business Machines Corp. shares rose in the extended session Tuesday after the technology giant turned in a surprise revenue gain, its first year-over-year sales increase in more than a year.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

MarketWatch First Take: Netflix investors need to get used to the new normal
Netflix Inc. investors need to realize that the streaming pioneer's biggest growth in the U.S. is behind it.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Supreme Court to review Trump administration expansion of birth-control-mandate exemptions
The Supreme Court agreed to consider the legality of Trump administration rules that broadened moral and religious exemptions to an Affordable Care Act provision requiring employer-provided health-insurance plans to cover birth control with no out-of-pocket costs.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

The Margin: Target shopper tries to shame worker — $31,000 later, it backfires in a big way
David Leavitt may be an award-winning journalist, as his Twitte bio claims, but he's also an absolute nightmare of a customer, if his recent run-in with a Target employee is any indication.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Can Starbucks save the planet by cutting dairy? Activists and investors respond
The biggest single move by Starbucks's customers who want to go green might be to stick with black coffee. Overall, dairy accounted for 21% of the company's global carbon footprint in 2018.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Red flag for economic growth as China's birth rate hits lowest level in modern history
By 2030 population changes will shave half a percentage point from China's annual GDP growth: Capital Economics.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Market Extra: Ballooning corporate debt won't lead to a large flock of ‘fallen angels,' BofA says
U.S. companies are adding more debt than ever before, but analysts at BofA Global Research see only limited ‘fallen angels' being created by the next recession from BBB-rated companies losing their coveted investment-grade status.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Netflix ends year strong, but questions surface about 2020
Netflix Inc. on Tuesday reported a bump in revenue and global net additions, but offered soft subscription guidance for the current quarter, sending shares slightly down in extended trading.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Netflix changes its view on ‘views,' which will boost its numbers by 35%
What does it mean to "watch" a show on a streaming service? For Netflix Inc., it now means viewing at least two minutes.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Market Extra: Here's the 10 macro themes investors need to watch, says Guggenheim's Minerd
Guggenheim's global CIO Scott Minerd is warning that the U.S. economy could start to show signs of faltering and leave buyers of corporate debt vulnerable.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

The Fed: The winning stocks from the Fed's quasi-QE program soon will be losers, analyst says
The winning stocks from the Fed's quasi-QE program will soon be losers, according to a study from Roberto Perli, an analyst at Cornerstone Macro.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

NewsWatch: Netflix stock initially falls on soft subscription forecast, heightened competition
Netflix Inc. on Tuesday reported a bump in revenue and global net additions, but offered soft subscription guidance for the current quarter, sending shares slightly down in extended trading.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Netflix stock initially falls on soft subscription forecast, heightened competition
Netflix Inc. on Tuesday reported a bump in revenue and global net additions, but offered soft subscription guidance for the current quarter, sending shares slightly down in extended trading.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

IBM stock rallies on surprise revenue gain driven by cloud, systems segments
International Business Machines Corp. shares rise in the extended session Tuesday after the tech giant tops Wall Street estimates on earnings and outlook and turns in a surprise revenue gain driven by the company's cloud and cognitive software and systems segments.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Market Snapshot: Dow's five-day win streak comes to end after report of first coronavirus case in U.S.
U.S. benchmark stock indexes finished lower on Tuesday, pulling back from records seen last week, after news that the Chinese coronavirus had spread to the U.S. raising fears of a pandemic that might affect global economic growth.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

How the mysterious coronavirus from China has spread so quickly
A U .S. citizen recently returned from central China has been diagnosed with the new virus, the CDC announced Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

How an external event could stunt U.S. stocks
The deadly virus in China is arriving in the U.S. amid record stock prices.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield slips to six-week low after report of first U.S. coronavirus case
U.S. Treasury yields slipped on Tuesday on fears the rapidly spreading coronoavirus in China might affect economic growth after the U.S. reported its first case of the respiratory virus, sending investors into the safety of haven assets.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Futures Movers: Oil settles lower as worry about oversupply overshadows Middle East disruption
Crude-oil prices finish lower on Tuesday as investors appear to shake off worries of supply disruptions due to unrest in Libya and Iraq.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Outside the Box: 6 biggest mistakes professional athletes make when choosing a financial adviser
From 2004 through 2017, professional athletes were reportedly defrauded of almost $500 million.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stock-market losses accelerate after report of first coronavirus case in U.S.
U.S. stocks retreat from records on Tuesday after reports of the first case of coronavirus in the U.S. sent shivers down equity investors who have been enjoying a brisk, record-setting run-up for the major benchmarks in recent weeks.

MarketWatch
Jan 21, 2020

Key Words: Hillary Clinton slams Bernie Sanders and the Bernie Bros: ‘It's all just baloney'
The former first lady unloads on her onetime rival Sen. Bernie Sanders in new Hulu documentary set to air in March.

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