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MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Asia Markets: Asian markets rise as U.S., China return to negotiating table
Asian markets advanced in early trading Friday following reassuring moves by central banks and as trade negotiations resumed between the U.S. and China.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Key Words: World economic growth is ‘fragile,' Lagarde says, and central banks aren't always the answer
World economic growth is "fragile" and "under threat," former International Monetary Fund director Christine Lagarde says, and is over-reliant on the actions of central banks.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Online courses could help make college affordable, but this $1 billion industry is standing in the way
In hiring companies known as online program managers, universities give up what is often a large share of revenues.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Moneyist: My sister-in-law is a greedy, gold-digging, woman — it floored me that men could be so stupid
This letter writer is embarking on an around-the-world trip with her husband and is afraid that her relative will insinuate herself into her daughter's life while she's gone.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: This data analysis is blowing minds in the finance world — and could change how you invest
Dollar-cost averaging has long been espoused by the likes of Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham as a savvy way to mitigate risk and build a portfolio by investing a fixed amount of cash regularly over a period of time. But is that tried-and-true approach better than putting a lump sum to work all in one leap into equities? Or even fixed income?

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Mansion Global: Why next week may be the best time of the year to buy a house
The week of Sept. 22 is the best time to buy a home in the U.S., according to data released Thursday by Realtor.com.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Personal Finance Daily: What NOT to do with your savings as interest rates fall and another state rolled out a free-college plan
Thursday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: Bond investor says negative yields are ‘most absurd thing central banks have done'
Marathon Asset Management CEO Bruce Richards says central banks risk a backlash from the growing universe of negative government bond yields

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon has ‘ambitious but achievable' plan to hit Paris climate goals 10 years early and go carbon neutral by 2040
Amazon has set a goal to meet the Paris Climate Agreement objectives by 2040, 10 years early, including a pledge to emit net-zero carbon.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

NewsWatch: 3 things NOT to do with your savings now that the Fed has cut interest rates
Already, the Fed's rate cut has affected banks' decision-making.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Bye-bye, plastic toys at U.K. McDonald's and Burger King — disposable water bottles for Facebook staff are gone, too
At least three more major companies are rethinking plastic.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Getting divorced cost this woman nearly $1 million in retirement savings — how to avoid her fate
‘Folks are more likely to talk about their sex life or their most recent encounter on Tinder than they are to talk about finances.'

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks lose steam to end near unchanged after S&P 500 nears record territory
U.S. stocks struggled to hold on to modest gains on Thursday as investors weighed better-than-expected housing and manufacturing data, a day after the second interest rate cut of 2019 by the Federal Reserve.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: Workers would get money and voting power under this radical profit-sharing idea
Dividend-paying ‘inclusive ownership fund' offers employees a leg up as the pay gap widens.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Capitol Report: Pelosi says she hopes for Trump's support as she unveils plan to lower drug prices
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats on Thursday unveil a proposal aimed at lowering drug prices, setting the stage for negotiations on a hot issue with President Donald Trump and other Republicans.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

IPO Report: Ping IPO pops 34% in debut
It's not the sexiest tech IPO in a year of A-list names, but shares of Ping Identity Holding Corp. are up sharply, pushing the software company past $1 billion in market value.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Extra: How the stock market tends to perform after back-to-back Fed rate cuts
On Thursday, U.S. equity benchmarks were staging a test of fresh all-time highs, a day after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the second time in as many meetings.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

IPO Report: Ping IPO pops 31% in debut
It's not the sexiest tech IPO in a year of A-list names, but shares of Ping Identity Holding Corp. are up sharply, pushing the software company past $1 billion in market value.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Bond Report: U.S. government bonds hold steady a day after Fed's rate cut
U.S. Treasurys trade virtually unchanged Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates, with divisions among policy makers, casting doubt on the Federal Open Market Committee's appetite for quantitative easing and further interest-rate reductions.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Where the 2020 presidential candidates, including Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, stand on affordable housing
‘California, perhaps the epicenter of unaffordable housing, is scheduled to have its primary earlier than in past election cycles.'

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Key Words: Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals why she didn't retire during Obama's term
"Who you would prefer on the court than me?" asked the Supreme Court justice

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Futures Movers: Gasoline futures rally as tropical storm floods Texas; U.S. crude oil nearly erase the day's gain
Gasoline takes the spotlight Thursday as reports of massive flooding in Texas leads to concerns of a slowdown in refining activity and lower demand for crude, prompting a rally in futures prices for the motor fuel but also a pullback in U.S. oil prices from their highs of the session.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Key Words: Why one of the world's top investors says now may be the time to raise cash
Lim Chow Kiat oversees one of the world's biggest sovereign wealth funds, and he's feeling rather bearish.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

For-profit middlemen are helping to drive up the cost of online higher education
In hiring companies known as online program managers, universities give up what is often a large share of revenues.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Cannabis Watch: Alliance Global starts coverage of 4 cannabis stocks with buy ratings but not all gain
Alliance Global Partners initiated coverage of four cannabis companies on Thursday and assigned a buy rating to all four stocks, namely Acreage Holdings Inc., Village Farms International Inc., Green Thumb Industries Inc. and GrowGeneration Corp.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stock market clings to modest gains after a test of fresh records
U.S. stocks struggle to hold on to modest gains on Thursday as investors weighed better-than-expected housing and manufacturing data, a day after the second interest rate cut of 2019 by the Federal Reserve.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

IPO Report: Ping IPO pops 25% in debut
It's not the sexiest tech IPO in a year of A-list names, but shares of Ping Identity Holding Corp. are up sharply, pushing the software company past $1 billion in market value.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: Ahead of the next financial crisis, one market strategist claims this is ‘the best long-term risk-reward trade out there'
Kevin Muir, longtime trader and market strategist at Toronto-based East West Investment Management, says he's preparing for a market storm that everybody else seems to be discounting. He explains how you can, too.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Cannabis Watch: Alliance Global starts coverage of 4 cannabis stocks with buy ratings, but not all manage gains
Alliance Global Partners initiated coverage of four cannabis companies on Thursday and assigned a buy rating to all four stocks, namely Acreage Holdings Inc., Village Farms International Inc., Green Thumb Industries Inc. and GrowGeneration Corp.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Key Words: Billionaire investor on Elizabeth Warren as president: Market might not even open
"The Democratic Party seems to be leaning towards the left on policies, which is very harmful for the economy. I don't like the shift to the left," he explained, adding we could see a 25% plunge in the market if Warren gets elected.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold logs first loss in 4 sessions after Fed delivers ‘hawkish cut' to interest rates
Gold prices end lower to mark their first loss in four sessions, a day after the Federal Reserve delivered a widely expected interest rate cut but left traders uncertain on the outlook for further easing.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Project Syndicate: Clean energy is coming rapidly, but will investors and policy makers stand in the way?
The technical and economic barriers to a carbon-free economy are falling rapidly, but entrenched stakeholders could still delay the necessary transition to clean energy.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Zuckerberg spars with senators at private Washington dinner
Facebook Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off a lobbying trip to the capital by sparring with senators at a private dinner over a range of online woes including election security, privacy and competition.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Margin: Here's why kids won't see ads for detox teas and lip injections on Instagram and Facebook anymore
Users under 18 are being blocked from seeing some diet and cosmetic surgery posts.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

MarketWatch First Take: Overstock founder tried to squeeze short sellers, then sold out when the SEC cracked down
Patrick Byrne's final parting shot as Overstock CEO led to a huge move by short sellers to cover the positions, and after Byrne, who stepped down last month, sold off his entire stake, many are questioning whether he manipulated the market.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Moneyist: My sister-in-law is a gold-digging, greedy woman — it floored me that men could be so stupid
This letter writer is embarking on an around-the-world trip with her husband and is afraid that her relative will insinuate herself into her daughter's life while she's gone.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: A ‘Fed put' on the stock market could expire worthless due to these ‘recession errors': Stifel's Bannister
The Federal Reserve might not be able to rescue the stock market even if it wants to, thanks to mistakes its already made, says the analyst who called last year's fourth-quarter selloff.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: The ‘Fed put' on stocks could expire worthless because of these mistakes: Stifel's Bannister
The Federal Reserve might not be able to rescue the stock market even if it wants to, thanks to mistakes its already made, says the analyst who called last year's fourth-quarter selloff.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon aims to hit Paris climate goals 10 years early and reach carbon neutral on deliveries by 2040
Amazon has set a goal to meet the Paris Climate Agreement objectives by 2040, 10 years early, including a pledge to emit net-zero carbon.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: The next financial crisis will be triggered by something nobody's prepared for, warns market strategist
Kevin Muir, longtime trader and market strategist at Toronto-based East West Investment Management, says he's preparing for a market storm that everybody else seems to be discounting. He explains how you can, too.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Project Syndicate: Powell's dilemma: Easing offsets trade uncertainty, but invites more of the same from Trump
Probably to Jerome Powell's deep and never-to-be-expressed frustration, the Fed is setting monetary policy in a way that increases the likelihood that Donald Trump will be re-elected next year.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Margin: Stephen Miller's girlfriend just got a job as VP Mike Pence's press secretary
Katie Waldman is currently the communications director for Arizona Republican Martha McSally. Before that, she served as deputy press secretary for the DHS, where she was a public defender for the Trump administration and it's controversial policies at the border. Her next gig, according to NBC News: press secretary for Vice President Mike Pence

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

London Markets: U.K. stocks snap three-day losing run
U.K. stocks closed higher Thursday to end a three-day losing run, led higher by more defensive plays.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Margin: ‘Donald Trump' explains money laundering to his son-in-law in ‘deepfake' video
A fresh-faced, more normal-haired version of President Donald Trump grabs a jar of Q-tips, some cotton balls and nail polish as props to explain to his son-in-law how money-laundering works. Of course, it's not real, but one day, it'll be hard to tell.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Upgrade: Millennials are ‘delusional' about how rich they're going to be
New survey shows that most millennials believe they'll be rich one day — even though they aren't right now.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Value investing isn't back — but economic growth is
The recent shift in stock-market leadership was to cyclical stocks from defensive sectors, not to value.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: Why the best person to turn to for money advice may be a psychotherapist
Starting this year, it will be possible to be officially certified as a financial therapist.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

In One Chart: Here's the No. 1 highest paid, most in-demand job in every U.S. state
The worst paid profession improves the quality of life of millions of Americans and their elderly family members.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Your Digital Self: Drones, at $45 apiece, are winning in a new era of warfare
Yemen's Houthi fighters most recently have shown how much damage can be caused by simple and cheap devices.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

U.S. audit regulator fails to hold public meetings as required by bylaws
The U.S. audit industry regulator under scrutiny for a data theft scandal with one of the world's largest audit firms has not held a public board meeting so far this year, in violation of its bylaws

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Mortgage rates increase, just as home-sales activity regains momentum
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates Wednesday, yet rates in the mortgage market still rose.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil climbs as doubts emerge over Saudi Arabia's ability to bounce back from attacks
Oil futures climb Thursday, finding support after a report Saudi Arabia contacted foreign producers for crude as it attempts to fill holes in its supply chain following last weekend's attacks on the country's production facilities.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Tell: Hedge fund manager downplays worries about banks providing less liquidity to debt markets
Man Group CEO Luke Ellis says investors are overstating worries about how debt markets could no longer rely on a back-stop of liquidity as bank trading operations shrink.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: Stocks edge up as Wall Street weighs upbeat data after Fed rate cut
U.S. stock benchmarks Thursday morning are heading modestly higher as investors weigh better-than-expected housing and manufacturing data in the wake of the Fed interest rate cut Wednesday

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Key Words: FedEx CEO: Amazon among rivals ‘we wake up every day trying to think about'
Competition from Amazon.com Inc was once "fantastical," but now FedEx Corp. CEO Fred Smith says he thinks about it every day.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Economic Report: Existing-home sales rise 1.3% in August — the market was expecting sales to fall
Sales volume remains elevated, but economic concerns may outweigh the bargain low rates offer.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Tim Mullaney: Don't worry: The Supreme Court won't condemn us to climate disaster
The declining prices of renewable power and electric cars mean carbon emissions will come down in earnest in the next decade, no matter what a conservative Supreme Court does.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: Dow drifts higher as Wall Street weighs Fed's monetary policy path
U.S. stock benchmarks Thursday morning drift higher a day after the second successive rate cut of 2019 by the Federal Reserve

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Need to Know: Over the next decade, your best bet will still be the S&P 500, Bernstein strategists say
Our call of the day from Bernstein Research that says 10 years from now, you'll still be better off in equities, whether it hits 4,000 or 8,000.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Outside the Box: Yes, millennials actually can save for retirement. Here's how
A simple guide to the many options available to young workers.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Millennials share their retirement plans on Twitter — let's just say it's not good
Wishing for early death? Living in a dumpster? Most young adults don't see retirement in their future

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: The new technology that could turn small businesses into international companies
Advancements in machine translation technology are helping consumers, gamers and small businesses

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: The explosion of ‘alternative' data gives regular investors access to tools previously employed only by hedge funds
Traditional money managers are scouring the world for information to gain an edge as indexing takes over.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil rebounds as doubts emerge over Saudi Arabia's ability to bounce back from attacks
Oil futures bounce back Thursday, finding support after a report Saudi Arabia contacted foreign producers for crude as it attempts to fill holes in its supply chain following last weekend's attacks on the country's production facilities.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

NewsWatch: Over the next decade, your best bet will still be the S&P 500, Bernstein strategists say
Our call of the day from Bernstein Research that says 10 years from now, you'll still be better off in equities, whether it hits 4,000 or 8,000.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock-index futures drift higher as Wall Street weighs Fed's monetary policy path
U.S. stocks on Thursday are poised to slip as Wall Street digests the second successive interest rate cut of 2019 by the Federal Reserve that is intended to forestall sluggish global economic growth and harmful trade clashes. However, the central bank failed to signal a commitment to further interest-rate reductions.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Economic Report: Philly Fed manufacturing index drops to 12.0 for September, but tops forecasts
Manufacturing has been hurt by U.S.-China trade tensions, weighing on some key gauges for the sector.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Economic Report: U.S. jobless claims inch up in mid-September
U.S. initial jobless claims, a rough way to measure layoffs, rose 2,000 to 208,000 in the seven days ended Sept. 14, the government said Thursday.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold loses ground after Fed delivers ‘hawkish cut' to interest rates
Gold trades modestly lower, building on losses seen after the Federal Reserve delivered a widely expected interest rate cut but left traders uncertain on the outlook for further easing.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Need to Know: In 10 years, your best bet is still the S&P 500, says Bernstein
Our call of the day from Bernstein Research that says 10 years from now, you'll still be better off in equities, whether it hits 4,000 or 8,000.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Market Snapshot: Dow set to edge lower as Wall Street weighs Fed's monetary policy path
U.S. stocks on Thursday are poised to slip as Wall Street digests the second successive interest rate cut of 2019 by the Federal Reserve that is intended to forestall sluggish global economic growth and harmful trade clashes. However, the central bank failed to signal a commitment to further interest-rate reductions.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Margin: The best time to book your holiday flights... is right now
These are the exact dates to start searching for the best deals, and the best days to fly.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Nearly half of the U.S.'s homeless people live in one state: California
The Trump administration proposed multiple solutions to the homelessness crisis, including deregulation and policing.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

New Mexico's free-college plan could be a game-changer for student debt in America
At least 20 states have free college programs in some fashion, in addition to another 150 cities, counties and school districts.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Big banks so far have moved just 1,000 jobs out of U.K. before Brexit, survey finds
For all of the complaints from major banks about the potential disruption from Brexit, fewer than 1,000 positions have been moved out of the U.K. to Europe, according to a survey released Thursday.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

New Mexico's new free-college proposal could be a game-changer for students
‘It feels like a good step forward'

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

3 things NOT to do with your savings now that the Fed has cut interest rates
Already, the Fed's rate cut has affected banks' decision-making.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

For-profit middlemen may be driving up the cost of online higher education
In hiring companies known as online program managers, universities give up what is often a large share of revenues.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon will allow people to pay online and wait 24 hours before paying in cash
‘There's basically that 24-hour cooling period before you actually execute on that transaction,' a consumer psychologist said.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The best (and worst) tippers in America
A new study says some people are Grinches when it comes to adding that 20%. Do you fit that bill?

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Peter Morici: Dear Mr. Powell and Mr. Draghi: It's nuts to go negative
Central bankers are chasing the wrong target — 2% inflation — with interest-rate policies that have demonstrated little effectiveness for at least the last decade.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

In One Chart: The No. 1 highest paid, most in-demand jobs in every U.S. state
The worst paid profession improves the quality of life of millions of Americans and their elderly family members.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The Moneyist: I saved $1 million for retirement without an adviser and I'm only in my 40s — yet I spend my waking hours worrying
‘By the time we retire in early 2027, we should have about $2 million in investments.'

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Livability: Everything you need to know if you're thinking of moving to Florida
Here's the rundown on jobs, housing, weather and cost of living in the Sunshine State.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Economic Report: OECD says global economy will grow at worst pace since financial crisis
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Thursday downgraded its assessment of the global economy to the worst growth rate since the financial crisis.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

NerdWallet: How to avoid ATM fees when you travel
A little prep work can help you get cash without the expense on your next trip.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Next Avenue: Why the alcohol-free movement is becoming fashionable
There's no doubt about the health benefits of taking a break from regular alcohol consumption.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon will allow people to pay online and then wait 24 hours before paying in cash
‘There's basically that 24-hour cooling period before you actually execute on that transaction,' a consumer psychologist said.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Europe Markets: Banks pace European stock market rise
Banks led European stock markets higher on Thursday, as central banks across the globe loosen monetary policy while making it easier for lenders to obtain short-term financing.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Baby boomers fail at investing by avoiding bonds
They should be holding more fixed-income investments than every other generation.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Diageo reports good start to 2020
The world's largest liquor maker said it expects first half organic operating profit growth in-line with, or slightly behind, organic net sales growth.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

Next pretax profit up, backs full-year guidance
The group maintained its guidance of GBP725 million in pretax profit for the year, and said that earnings per share is expected to rise 5.2%.

MarketWatch
Sep 19, 2019

The U.S. isn't even in the top 10 for best countries for retirement
What can we learn from other countries to help our retirees?

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

Asia Markets: Asian markets mixed as Fed cuts rates, BOJ stays unchanged
Asian markets were mixed in early trading Thursday, as the Bank of Japan kept its ultra-easy monetary policy unchanged following the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest-rate cut.

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

CBS, Viacom, WarnerMedia will reportedly stop airing e-cigarette ads
In another blow to the vaping industry, CBS Corp., WarnerMedia and Viacom Inc. reportedly said Wednesday that they will no longer air commercials for electronic cigarettes.

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

Patrick Byrne sells his Overstock shares, but blames the SEC and ‘Deep State'
Patrick Byrne's dramatic exit from Overstock.com Inc. had a surprise second act Wednesday, as the former chief executive sold his large stake in the company and blamed the Securities and Exchange Commission, which he referred to as "the Deep State's pets."

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

Key Words: An Apple-Disney merger? Here's how Bob Iger says it could have happened
Apple Inc. and the Walt Disney Co. could have merged had Steve Jobs not died, Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger believes.

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

Rex Nutting: In a time of Trump, the Fed doesn't know what's going to happen next
Fed Chair Jerome Powell doesn't know the answer, he knows he doesn't know, and he knows you know he doesn't know. So quit asking.

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Apple loses another top exec — communications chief Steve Dowling
Apple Inc. said Wednesday its head of communications was leaving the company, the latest of several senior executive departures this year as the tech giant reorients its business amid flagging iPhone sales.

MarketWatch
Sep 18, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: AT&T considers cutting the cord with its DirecTV unit
AT&T Inc. is exploring parting with its DirecTV satellite unit, people familiar with the matter said, a move that would mark a sharp course correction for the phone giant's chief executive, Randall Stephenson, after years of bulking up the company into a media conglomerate.

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