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MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Game Developers Conference canceled as tech conferences keep falling as fast as the stock market
At least five tech conferences were canceled this week due to risks associated with COVID-19, and several more were hit with the loss of major participants.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

If the coronavirus spreads in America, food delivery companies could see a surge in demand — are they ready?
People who isolate themselves with ‘social distancing measures' would still need food.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Trump administration has dragged its feet on safety regulations that would protect health-care workers against coronavirus
An OSHA rule that could have helped protect health-care workers from coronavirus has been in the works for a decade but has been stuck in regulatory limbo since the start of the Trump administration.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Tech conferences are falling as fast as the stock market
At least five tech conferences were canceled this week due to risks associated with COVID-19, and several more were hit with the loss of major participants.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Personal Finance Daily: If the coronavirus spreads in America, food delivery companies could see a surge in demand — are they ready? and what the Democratic presidential candidates want to do to your taxes
Friday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Will the shows go on? Coronavirus, MWC cancellation hang over tech conferences
The abandonment of a show as big as Mobile World Congress stings economically for the host city, mobile industry and entrepreneurs from across the globe who attend in hopes of doing deals. And it could just be the beginning.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

FA Center: Stock market's ‘fear index' may have just flashed a buy signal
Spiking VIX could mean that a bottom is near, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Extra: The coronavirus is making the weakest parts of the U.S. corporate debt boom wobble. Analysts say brace for things to get worse
The rapid spread of the coronavirus is dealing a blow to confidence in the biggest U.S. corporate debt boom on record, here's why analysts think the pain likely gets worse.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

NewsWatch: Stock-market expert says what many are thinking as Dow sheds 3,600 points in a week: ‘This market is not normal'
The breadth and intensity of this coronavirus-fueled stock market selloff has some strategists scratching their heads. Thomas Lee, founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors, has some ideas why the market is acting oddly.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Snapshot: Dow, S&P 500 fall for 7th straight day; stocks suffer biggest weekly fall since 2008
Stocks closed mostly lower Friday, recording their worst weekly rout since October 2008, amid intensifying fears over the potential degree of damage the spread of COVID-19 will inflict on the global economy and supply chains.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Chip, software stocks rebound as broader U.S. market keeps bleeding out
Chip stocks and software stock break ranks with the rest of the tech sector on Friday, bouncing back amid a week long bloodbath for the broader U.S. market fueled by fear of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Upgrade: I'm 33, and my fiancée and I plan to save 20% of our $195,000-a-year income — can we afford to retire before we turn 60?
They already have $800,000 socked away — but they hope to retire in New York City.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Tell: Stock-market expert says what many are thinking as Dow sheds 3,600 points in a week: ‘This market is not normal'
The breadth and intensity of this coronavirus-fueled stock market selloff has some strategists scratching their heads. Thomas Lee, founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors, has some ideas why the market is acting oddly.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Commodities Corner: There's a simple reason why gold is falling along with coronavirus-afflicted global stocks
Gold prices have been acting a bit strange lately, with the haven metal plunging in the face of a dive in global stock markets hit by the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy in China and around the world.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

CDC's coronavirus test bogged down by questions over accuracy and availability
A laboratory test designed by public health officials to identify cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. has been bogged down by a botched rollout to states and inaccurate readings.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Ratings Game: Chesapeake Energy's stock target cut to zero at MKM Partners
Shares of Chesapeake Energy Corp. appeared to stabilize Friday, a pause in the selloff that sent prices briefly into the teens, although MKM Partners analyst John Gerdes suggested it was still not too late to sell.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Tell: Stock-market expert says what many are thinking as Dow sheds 4,100 points in a week: ‘this market is not normal'
The breadth and intensity of this coronavirus-fueled stock market selloff has some strategists scratching their heads. Thomas Lee, founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors, has some ideas why the market is acting oddly.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Extra: The Dow keeps getting slammed by fears coronavirus will deliver a ‘supply shock' that central bankers can't fix
There's something different about the threat COVID-19 poses to the global economy. And that's what has investors worried.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Capitol Report: House OKs bill banning all flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, but Trump promises veto
In a 213-195 vote on Friday, the Democratic-led House of Representatives approves a bill that aims to ban all flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarettes.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Metals Stocks: Gold books biggest daily slide in nearly 7 years with nearly 5% drop
Gold futures on Friday drop by almost 5%, for the sharpest daily slide since June 2013, as investors rush to sell the precious metal to generate cash to cover losses in the stock market, which continued to plunge on rampant worries about the spread of COVID-19 epidemic and its effect on the global economy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stock market rout continues, on track for worst weekly slide since 2008 as coronavirus stokes volatility
Stocks trade sharply lower Friday afternoon, as benchmarks deepened a weekly rout amid intensifying fears over the potential degree of damage the spread of COVID-19 will inflict on the global economy and supply chains.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

IPO Report: Coronavirus-driven selling chills IPO market as just one company braves market this week
The bruising selloff in equity markets this week as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads around the world has had a chilling effect on the initial public offering market, as companies put their plans on ice to await more favorable conditions.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Cruise, travel services stocks bounce to end a bad week on a brighter note
Shares of travel services and cruise operators, which have suffered a brutal week as fears over the coronavirus outbreak intensified, are ending the week on a brighter note, which may reflect the start of the bounce off oversold conditions that some Wall Street strategists are expecting.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Bond Report: Wall Street gives up on forecasting U.S. Treasury yields as coronavirus epidemic drives ‘fear trade'
Wall Street forecasters and traders are scrapping their U.S. Treasury yield forecasts once again in the face of the overwhelming uncertainty around the COVID-19 epidemic.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Tell: Here's how low stocks could go in a coronavirus ‘growth scare'
Stocks were flirting with a correction Thursday. Analysts at RBC argue the S&P 500 could fall as much as 20% from their peak if the spread of COVID-19 sparks a full-fledged growth scare.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Commodities Corner: There's a simple reason that gold is falling along with coronavirus-afflicted global stocks
Gold prices have been acting a bit strange lately, with the haven metal plunging in the face of a dive in global stock markets hit by the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy in China and around the world.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Margin: Why fans of country music star Garth Brooks thought he was backing Bernie Sanders
The country music legend wore a ‘Sanders 20' jersey, which sent many on social media into a frenzy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Investment firms face customer fury over tech glitches during one of the most stressful market weeks in recent history
Some people can't trade or even check accounts because of technical difficulties — again

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The Tell: Are stocks headed for a bear market? Here's how far they would have to fall as coronavirus-fueled selloff continues
U.S. stocks fell from record territory into a correction at the fastest pace on record as fears around the global spread of COVID-19 rocked financial markets. Here's how much further major benchmarks would need to drop to enter a bear market.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Project Syndicate: How the coronavirus could precipitate the waning of globalization
It is entirely possible that COVID-19 will precipitate the "waning of globalization," an historian writes.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Mark Hulbert: What is a retiree's most important investment decision?
New research calls into question what retirement planners often focus on

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Buy these stocks and sectors now because coronavirus won't lead to recession
"The market is daring you to buy value today."

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Snapshot: Dow falls more than 900 points as coronavirus fears put stocks on verge of worst weekly slide since 2008
Stocks on Friday deepen a weekly rout as investor fears rise over the potential degree of damage the fast-spreading COVID-19 virus will inflect on the global economy and supply chains.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Coronavirus update: 83,809 cases, 2,867 deaths, global events in question
The rising number of COVID-19 cases and deaths outside of China has led to cancellations of major events, including a two-week shutdown of Tokyo Disney, all gatherings in Switzerland of more than 1,000 people, and caused Facebook, Microsoft, and Workday to withdraw from or cancel events.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Capitol Report: Congress works on providing $6 billion to $8 billion to fight coronavirus
U.S. lawmakers are working to provide between $6 billion and $8 billion in emergency funding to fight the coronavirus causing the disease COVID-19, according to multiple published reports citing unnamed sources.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Futures Movers: Oil futures on track for a second monthly loss as coronavirus feeds demand fears
Oil futures head lower for a sixth straight session on Friday, poised for a second monthly decline, with the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic around the world expected to significantly dent demand for crude.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

One possible coronavirus side effect — cheaper almonds for U.S. shoppers
China is the No. 2 buyer of American almonds, but with ports closed, inventory could pile up.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

NewsWatch: Major bank economist says the coronavirus market reaction ‘boggles the mind'
The market reaction to the spreading coronavirus doesn't make sense to Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, one of the primary dealers of U.S. Treasury securities.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

The situation in China is even worse than you think, says this analyst with a history of accurate calls
The China Beige Book surveys thousands of private-sector participants in China to get a sense of what's going on in the real economy. Right now the situation is grim, says its CEO.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Here's why the U.S. government's effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak ‘was never going to be successful'
The public may have a false sense of security because of government efforts to contain the illness, which infectious disease experts say were unlikely to ever succeed.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Want to protect yourself from coronavirus? Start by washing your hands the right way
Just 5% of people wash their hands properly after using the restroom, research suggests.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Economic Report: New home sales soar to highest level since 2007
A strong job market, low mortgage rates and mild weather are a winning combination for the housing market.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

China gets back to work — sort of — as number of new COVID-19 cases wanes
Several key economic metrics are ticking upward even as rest of the world begins to cope with the spreading pandemic.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Why the coronavirus outbreak raises the risk of a German recession this year
It's one thing not being able to sell cars but what's even worse is not being able to make them. Germany is in danger of being hit by a major economic crisis.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Economic Report: Consumer spending is still rising steadily, but coronavirus looms as potential brake
Americans bought more new autos in January and spent more on hotels and eating out, but consumer spending has slowed since last summer and it's unlikely to improve much so long as the coronavirus threat persists. Consumer spending increased a mild 0.2% last month.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Project Syndicate: The best emergency-response plan for COVID-19 is to flood the country with money
Tax cuts, central-bank liquidity injections and state block grants — anything to boost companies' and consumers' purchasing power, says economist Larry Hatheway.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Need to Know: Major bank economist says the coronavirus market reaction ‘boggles the mind'
The market reaction to the spreading coronavirus doesn't make sense to Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, one of the primary dealers of U.S. Treasury securities.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Mark Hulbert: Stocks' plunge through a key support level could set up a quick market rebound
Breaking the 200-day moving average has more often been a buy signal, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Pet dog in Hong Kong found to have ‘low level' of coronavirus
The Hong Kong government said a pet dog of a coronavirus patient has been found to have a "low level" of the virus.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Rex Nutting: The Fed can't stop coronavirus from slamming the economy, but it could ease the pain
Contrary to what everyone is telling you, the Federal Reserve might actually be able to help if the economy began to weaken because of the coronavirus.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

TaxWatch: Here's what the Democratic presidential candidates want to do to your taxes
The candidates say wealthy taxpayers and businesses should pay more — but that's where the agreements end.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Europe Markets: European stocks face worst week since financial crisis as coronavirus fears shake investors
European stocks are facing their worst week since the Global Financial Crisis as coronavirus fears sweep across markets.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures sink as coronavirus fears set to drive deeper selloff
U.S. stock futures fell sharply on Friday, a day after major benchmarks pushed into correction territory as investor fears heightened over just how much damage the fast-spreading coronavirus will wreak on the global economy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Key Words: Supply chains are getting tight due to the coronavirus, Bank of England governor says
The head of the Bank of England said supply chains are getting tight due to the coronavirus, which could lead to a worsening economy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures point to further sharp declines as Asia follows Wall Street plunge
U.S. stock futures fell sharply on Friday, a day after major benchmarks pushed into correction territory as investor fears heightened over just how much damage the fast-spreading coronavirus will wreak on the global economy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: EasyJet to cancel flights and cut costs as coronavirus hits demand
The company said it has experienced a significant weakening of demand and load factors into and out of its northern Italian bases, as well as slower demand across its other European markets following increased incidents of Covid-19 cases in northern Italy.

MarketWatch
Feb 28, 2020

Dow Jones Newswires: BASF profit and sales fall as it warns of coronavirus impact
BASF SE said Friday that net profit and sales for the fourth quarter fell, and it warned of the negative effects of the coronavirus for the current year.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Asia Markets: Asian markets continue to slump, as Nikkei enters correction territory
Asian stocks fell sharply lower in early trading Friday, as Japan's Nikkei sank to into correction territory as coronavirus fears continued to rattle global markets.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus safety protocols not followed at federal quarantine sites, whistleblower says
A whistleblower alleges that some federal employees were sent to work at coronavirus quarantine locations in California without adequate safety protocols and then flew back home on commercial airplanes, according to a person familiar with the complaint against the Department of Health and Human Services.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

The Moneyist: My husband watches TV all day while I cook and clean. He has a monthly income of $8K and a P.O. box to hide his finances. I found his will — and it left me reeling
‘He never leaves his wallet on the table.'

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: Here are 5 reasons the stock market is having its worst decline since 2008, and only one of them is the coronavirus
The virus has virtually crippled swaths of manufacturing in China, the second-largest economy in the world, and the country is a big buyer of products and services from other countries. U.S. technology companies such as Apple depend on Chinese supplies.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: How investors are using ‘alternative' data to track China's recovery from coronavirus
Investors are employing high-frequency "alternative" data that isn't offered by government statistics agencies to get a read on China's recovery from COVID-19.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

MarketWatch First Take: Dell counting on server rebound to make up for expected PC slowdown
Dell Technologies Inc. is making a big bet that its server business will rebound this year, as it prepares for its PC business to decline as the market slows because of the coronavirus and the end of the Windows 10 upgrade cycle

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: How bad is the coronavirus-sparked stock-market selloff? — the Dow's weekly skid would rank within the top 15 worst in its 124-year history
The depth of the slide for stocks this week can perhaps best be illustrated by the severity of the skid for the 124-year-old Dow Jones Industrial Average.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

BookWatch: You're miserable at work. Here's what to do short of quitting
Try one of these four strategies.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Wells Fargo will settle regulatory investigation of ETFs for $35 million
Wells Fargo & Co. agreed to pay $35 million to settle regulatory claims that its financial advisers recommended exchange-traded funds that were too risky for some clients.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Energy junk-bonds tumble as coronavirus fears drag oil, natural gas lower
Falling West Texas Intermediate crude prices, as the COVID-19 epidemic spreads and threatens global growth, are adding to the troubles of high-yield energy companies.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Key Words: ‘Shark Tank's' Barbara Corcoran fell for this very common phishing scam — and it cost her almost $400,000
Companies have lost $26 billion to email wire fraud since 2016.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Renewable energy finally takes off, as big money enters the industry
Companies, governments and investors have taken notice of leading returns on investment, writes Beth Kindig.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Beyond Meat earnings: Shares rise, then fall, on mixed results
There is plenty of bite in Beyond Meat Inc.'s quarterly sales.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: How bad is the coronavirus-sparked stock-market selloff? — the Dow industrials weekly skid would rank within its top 15 in its 124-year history
The depth of the slide for stocks this week can perhaps best be illustrated by the severity of the skid for the 124-year-old Dow Jones Industrial Average.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

NewsWatch: How bad is the coronavirus-sparked stock-market selloff? — the Dow industrials weekly skid would rank within its top 15 in its 124-year history
The depth of the slide for stocks this week can perhaps best be illustrated by the severity of the skid for the 124-year-old Dow Jones Industrial Average.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Deep Dive: These stocks have been crushed since the coronavirus began to take down the U.S. market
The energy and travel industries have been hit the hardest.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: S&P 500 tumbles from record to correction in just 6 trading days as stock-market rout accelerates
The S&P 500 moved from all-time closing high to correction territory in record speed as a stock-market selloff attributed to fears the rapid spread of COVID-19 outside China could produce a global economic shock.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks tumble for sixth straight day, finish in correction territory, on fears coronavirus will slow economy
U.S. stocks extended sharp losses for a sixth straight day Thursday, with benchmark indexes finishing in correction territory. as the global coronvirus epidemic disrupted international trade and travel.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: Dow industrials dives below first Fibonacci target, on the verge of 50% retracement
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has blown past the first key downside target based on the Fibonacci ratio, and is now on the verge of giving back half of what it gained during the past 14 months.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Want to prepare for the coronavirus? You can start by washing your hands the right way
Just 5% of people wash their hands properly after using the restroom, research suggests.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

The Number One: The ‘world's most expensive hotel room' has a bar made out of medical waste
Those who stay at places like Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino are probably why Bernie Sanders is doing so well.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Capitol Report: South Carolina primary could ‘change the narrative' for Biden ahead of Super Tuesday
Joe Biden on Tuesday night bluntly predicted he'll win South Carolina's Democratic presidential primary this weekend. He'll need to, analysts say, if he's going to be the leading moderate challenger to a surging Bernie Sanders.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

U.S. health officials say Americans shouldn't wear face masks to prevent coronavirus — here are 3 other reasons not to wear them
Most people don't use face masks correctly, a Johns Hopkins public health expert told MarketWatch.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks resume their slide after coronavirus fear drives benchmarks into correction
U.S. stocks held solidly lower after the major benchmarks tumbled into correction territory intraday, amid elevated worries over the rapid, global spread of the COVID-19.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Key Words: Here's why you'll never see a bad guy with an iPhone in the movies
‘Knives Out' director Rian Johnson alleges Apple has strict product placement standards

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Metals Stocks: Gold gives up gains to finish lower for a third straight session
Gold futures give up earlier gains on Thursday to finish lower for a third consecutive session, as U.S. bond yields traded above the day's lows, helping to offset support for the metal even as worries about the spread of COVID-19 outside of China continue to spark selling in global equity markets.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: Here's how investors are using ‘alternative' data to track China's recovery
Investors are employing high-frequency "alternative" data that isn't offered by government statistics agencies to get a read on China's recovery from COVID-19.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Capitol Report: This is the ‘despicable' ad that caused Obama to send a cease-and-desist letter to a group of Trump supporters
Reps for Barack Obama are demanded that a Republican super PAC stop airing ad using the former president to paint Joe Biden in a negative light.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

How to buy a Tesla Cybertruck for just $400
Mattel has partnered with Tesla for two radio-controlled Cybertruck toys.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: This stock has scored the biggest boost from the coronavirus outbreak — but the company has been out of business for years
To call it a case of mistaken identity might be underselling it, but shares of Zoom Technologies have been practically, er, zooming higher amid the recent rally in the popular videoconferencing company Zoom Video Communications which went public back last year to much fanfare.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Retire Better: Retiree warning: History suggests we're overdue for a bear market
Here's what to do.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Best Buy says coronavirus-related supply chain issues factored into guidance
Best Buy says supply chain disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak will only impact the first half of the year.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Key Words: Pelosi: Stock market's plunge is ‘disturbing'; Trump ‘silly' to pin fall on Democratic debate
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday expressed concern about the stock market's coronavirus-driven selloff and the California Democrat also criticized President Donald Trump's analysis of the market's action.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Bank of America economist forecasts ‘gloom not doom' for global economy
The risk of a global recession can't be ruled out, said Ethan Harris, global economist for Bank of America, in an interview with MarketWatch.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

In One Chart: Here's why tech stocks could be on the verge of a 2000-style meltdown
The U.S. stock market has been a complete mess this week, and if the latest chart of the past 30 years from Chris Kimble is any indication, the worst could very well be on the way for the Nasdaq.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Retire Better: How to avoid this deadly senior trap
This one physical ailment can contribute to loneliness among seniors

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

The Moneyist: ‘I'm worried that my daughter would blow through her inheritance.' My family has a trust fund worth $6 million. Should I keep this money a secret from my kids?
‘My children had a lot of difficulty growing up and their father enabled a lot of behavior by giving them money well into their adulthood.'

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks slide into correction territory as coronavirus concerns rise
U.S. stocks opened in the red, heading toward a sixth straight day of losses for the Dow and S&P 500 as investors continue to flee equities on worries over the rapid spread of COVID-19 outside of China.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

What Apple, Microsoft, Nike and other U.S. companies are saying about the coronavirus outbreak
The new coronavirus that was first identified late last year in Wuhan, China, is a dominant theme in the earnings releases and conference calls of S&P 500 companies as investors press for answers on how it will impact their business.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Private equity-backed IPOs aren't performing, driving more companies to stay private
Globally, more than 70% of 90 IPOs backed by buyouts between 2010 and 2014 underperformed, according to Bain & Co

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Market Extra: Stock market's 6-day drop set to mark fastest slide into correction territory since 2008
Another sharp fall for stocks on Thursday pushed major indexes into correction territory, marking a drop of more than 10% from all-time highs. Here's where major indexes would need to close to formally mark a correction.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Coronavirus update: 82,549 cases, 2,810 deaths, 1 possible case of spread in the U.S., Trump administration response under scrutiny
An individual in California who tested positive for COVID-19 had not traveled to an affected country or likely been in contact with another confirmed case, marking the first time that the novel coronavirus has spread in the U.S. without a known source of infection.

MarketWatch
Feb 27, 2020

Want to own a Tesla Cybertruck for $400? Mattel has got one for sale
Mattel has partnered with Tesla for two radio-controlled Cybertruck toys.

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