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Sep 17, 2019

Trump Today: Trump teases quick China deal and downplays need for using strategic oil reserves
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said a trade deal with China could be struck soon, as he downplayed the need to tap the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve after the weekend attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Tell: ‘Apple a value stock?' The Great Rotation takes a strange spin
As markets churn, there's some unexpected fallout in fund holdings, including classifying Apple, one of the world's biggest companies, as a "value" play.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Outside the Box: Why it is time to break up the insiders club that regulates the $4 trillion muni-bond market
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy writes that he filed the MSRB Reform Act, along with Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Doug Jones, because the board that oversees the muni-bond market is too secretive and too incestuous.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Zscaler, Crowdstrike stocks rally on partnership announcement
Zscaler Inc. shares rally Tuesday following a blitz of announcements that includes a partnership with cybersecurity company Crowdstrike Holdings Inc.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Yet another death has been linked to vaping-related lung illness
Meanwhile, the CDC said Monday it had activated its Emergency Operations Center.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold notches second straight gain, adds to climb toward 1-week high
Gold futures climb on Tuesday, building on the hefty gain seen a day earlier to settle at a more than one week high for a second session in a row, with traders continuing to monitor developments tied to the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil-infrastructure as they shift focus to the Federal Reserve meeting this week.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

‘Apple a value stock?' the Great Rotation takes a strange spin
As markets churn, there's some unexpected fallout in fund holdings, including classifying Apple, one of the world's biggest companies, as a "value" play.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Outside the Box: Blockchain will soon revolutionize our opaque and inefficient capital markets
Blockchain will speed up trading, eliminate outdated processes and give individuals access to more investment options.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Outside the Box: You're fooling yourself if you think you can retire early with kids
You can't mix FIRE with kids and city living.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Apple's new iPhone 11s mean the two-year upgrade cycle is officially dead
Apple Inc.'s new iPhones have great cameras and battery life, but the key question remains whether consumers will deem them worth an upgrade.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 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 17, 2019

Outside the Box: These are the bad things about early retirement that no one talks about
Welcome to your identity crisis.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Project Syndicate: How low interest rates can discourage competition, leading to slower growth
Low interest rates have traditionally been viewed as positive for economic growth. But recent research suggests, on the contrary, that extremely low interest rates may lead to slower growth by increasing market concentration.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Market Extra: How a cash shortage forced the Fed to stem a surge in rates in a vital area on Wall Street funding
The rise in short-term borrowing costs such as repurchasing rates have drawn questions over the lack of liquidity in Wall Street's plumbing.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Tax Guy: Paying your bills in bitcoin? Watch out for these tax issues
Beware — the IRS is on the prowl for cryptocurrency tax scofflaws.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Technical Indicator: Bull trend absorbs oil shock, S&P 500 maintains first support
Technically speaking, the major U.S. benchmarks have weathered a September oil shock against a still comfortably bullish bigger-picture backdrop, writes Michael Ashbaugh.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Felicity Huffman's 11th-hour letter to judge contained one glaring omission about her role in the college-admissions scandal
The ‘Desperate Housewives' actress was sentenced Friday to 14 days in prison for paying to improve her daughter's SAT scores.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 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 17, 2019

NewsWatch: I love my girlfriend, but she treats her father like an ATM for designer clothes and vacations
‘Daddy takes care of everything.'

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Bloom Energy stock tanks as short seller calls for its demise
Bloom Energy is destined to become yet another dead ‘unicorn,' short seller says, bringing the stock down 20% on Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Tell: This ‘game-changer' could blow up your approach to investing in the market
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 17, 2019

The Moneyist: I love my girlfriend, but she treats her father like an ATM for designer clothes and vacations
‘Daddy takes care of everything.'

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: Silicon Valley's final frontier for mobile payments — ‘the neoliberal takeover of the human body'
Ditching credit cards for facial recognition removes the last physical barrier between our bodies and Corporate America.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Capitol Report: U.S. government shutdowns cost taxpayers about $4 billion, lawmakers find
The last three government shutdowns cost American taxpayers around $4 billion, according to a bipartisan investigation released on Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Key Words: Trump says CNN commentator Steve Cortes looks like a ‘WASP' and asked if he likes Hispanics or America better
The president told the crowd that Cortes — a Trump 2020 advisory board member who has been a paid CNN commentator — just "happens to be Hispanic." Although Trump apparently finds this hard to believe.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Moneyist: This father paid $400,000 to get his child into Georgetown, but his son said he didn't know — should he have been expelled?
Where does the responsibility lie for those children embroiled in the college admissions scandal?

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Stratfor: Iran's brazenness is paying off, giving the U.S. few options
Iran's Rouhani, in exposing Trump's reluctance toward war, is carefully rebuilding negotiating leverage with its nuclear program.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Capitol Report: Senate panel's antitrust hearing could deliver hints on government's probes into Big Tech
Officials from the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission may provide more information on Tuesday afternoon about their antitrust probes that are targeting Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Walmart likely discriminated against female employees, per EEOC memo
The memo from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission shows that 178 female workers were payed less or denied promotions based on their gender.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil prices sink on report Saudi output will recover quickly after weekend attack
Oil futures on Tuesday drop by roughly 5% after registering one of the sharpest rallies on record a day earlier, following a report that output that Saudi Arabian output will be quick to recover after weekend attacks on major crude facilities disabled more than half of the kingdom's daily crude production level.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Economic Report: Home-builder confidence rises, despite growing concerns about the economy
The median square footage of new single-family construction fell 4.3% in the second quarter.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Tax Guy: This is when you should decide to get taxed on restricted stock awards
Some companies are offering restricted tax awards instead of or in addition to more-traditional stock option awards.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Outside the Box: Is a stop-loss order a good idea?
A stock I own is soaring and I'm afraid to sell — or hold.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

London Markets: British pound edges higher as Supreme Court hears Brexit case
The British pound was higher on Tuesday as the Supreme Court heard a case over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson's move to suspend Parliament before the country was due to leave the European Union was legal.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks fall for second day as investors eye oil markets ahead of Fed meeting
U.S. stocks look set to drift lower on Tuesday a day after an attack on major oil-processing facilities in Saudi Arabia sparked a supply shock, driving crude oil futures to their sharpest single-session rally since the 2008 financial crisis.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Outside the Box: How to begin saving for retirement when you're just starting out
A simple guide to the many options available to young workers.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Economic Report: U.S. industrial production up 0.6% in August, largest gain in a year
U.S. industrial output rose 0.6% in August, the largest gain in a year, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Beat the System: Oil prices need to go this high to push the global economy into recession
Measured in 2019 dollars, oil peaked at $158 a barrel in 2008.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold prices fight for altitude as global stocks drift lower
Gold futures trade little changed at break-even levels on Tuesday as a reaction to attacks on Saudi Arabian oil-infrastructure moderated, and investors began to focus on the Federal Reserve meeting this week

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Tell: Fund managers have boosted U.S. stock allocations by most in a year, survey finds
The September Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager survey shows allocation to U.S. equities saw the biggest monthly increase since June 2018

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Why the striking workers at General Motors are so extraordinary
Nearly 50,000 United Auto Worker members walked off the job.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

The Margin: Why one top NCAA coach is giving up his raise to his staff: ‘I have more than I need'
Virginia Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett is the exception. Most S&P 500 CEOs pocketed an $800,000 raise last year.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

NewsWatch: Stock investors have overreacted to the Saudi oil attack
Oil's price surge might actually keep both the economy and the bull market running strong, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

In One Chart: The No. 1 most in-demand job in every U.S. is also one of the worst paid
The worst paid profession improves the quality of life of millions of Americans and their elderly family members.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Could a spike in gas prices scare Americans into a recession?
Many economists expect the next downturn to happen by Summer 2020.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Need to Know: The S&P 500 should be 13% lower because a recession is coming, warns Deutsche Bank
A U.S. recession is on the doorstep but the stock market is ignoring it, Deutsche Bank chief global strategist Binky Chadha warns

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks set to drift lower as oil's surge takes a pause
U.S. stocks look set to drift lower on Tuesday a day after an attack on major oil-processing facilities in Saudi Arabia sparked a supply shock, driving domestic crude futures to their sharpest single-session rally since the 2008 financial crisis.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Bond Report: Treasury yields fall as investors wait for Fed meeting to get underway
U.S. Treasury yields retreat on Tuesday as investors gear up for the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting, from which a quarter point rate cut is expected.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Key Words: Nervous about stocks? Bill Gates isn't
Bill Gates told Bloomberg News that most of his assets are still invested in stocks.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Could a spike in gas prices scare American consumers and hasten the next recession?
Many economists expect the next downturn to happen by Summer 2020.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Caroline Baum: Powell's checklist spells out three risks the Fed must manage
. Watch the three major risks to the economy to determine what Fed policy will be, writes Caroline Baum.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Beat the System: Here's the ‘panic level' for oil
Immediate post-Saudi jump looks to be no cause for alarm.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Hidden tech gems to invest in now, picked by a mutual-fund manager with a great track record
You don't have to own the big tech stocks to make decent profits. Here are six lesser-known gems that are ready to take advantage of coming trends in tech.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Europe Markets: European stocks flounder as traders look to Saudi Arabia and Fed for direction
European stocks on Tuesday floundered for direction, though oil producers remained well bid as oil futures held onto a lion's share of the advance after the attack in Saudi Arabia.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

FA Center: Why it pays to be cautious about stocks when corporate mega-mergers come in waves
A flurry of M&A activity typically spells trouble for the stock market overall, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Credit.com: True confessions: What it's like to be a debt collector
A little insight from these insiders can help you understand your rights and how to handle collection attempts.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

NerdWallet: For couples who don't talk about money, consider a financial summit
Newly married couples say they feel closer to their mate when they're in agreement about money.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Next Avenue: Student debt is taking an emotional toll on America's families
The author of ‘Indebted' explains why the college financial aid system is broken.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Key Words: Bill Gates isn't following this investment rule
Bill Gates told Bloomberg News that most of his assets are still invested in stocks.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Mark Hulbert: Stock investors have overreacted to the Saudi oil attack
Oil's price surge might actually keep both the economy and the bull market running strong, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Sep 17, 2019

Why the ECB's calls for fiscal stimulus are playing on deaf ears
Some countries can't spend more, the others don't want to. And reforms to bridge the differences have stalled.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: International regulators likely to fault Boeing over 737 Max certification process
A panel of international air-safety regulators is finishing a report expected to criticize the initial U.S. approval process for Boeing Co.'s 737 MAX jets, according to people briefed on the conclusions

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Asia Markets: Asian markets slip as tensions remain high after attack on Saudi oil facilities
Asian markets fell in early trading Tuesday, a day after oil prices spiked and global markets slipped following a weekend attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Moneyist: I'm engaged to a ‘money monster' who racks up parking tickets and credit-card debt
‘We have separate finances because I don't trust her to act prudently financially.'

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Key Words: This is what Edward Snowden says it will take for him to return to the U.S.
"I would like to return to the United States," Snowden told CBS News. "That is the ultimate goal."

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Market Extra: Energy junk bonds see bounce following Saudi oil-facility attack, soaring crude prices
Oil futures saw their biggest gains in a decade Monday, after Saturday's attack on Saudi oil facilities shocked markets and gave a lift to bonds issued by debt-laden U.S. energy companies.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The New York Post: Secret Service looks to buy pair of Jet Skis to protect Trump family
The Secret Service is in the market for two Jet Skis to keep up with the water sports-loving first family, according to a contract posting soliciting the craft.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Wall Street Journal: Trump says U.S., Japan ready to sign limited trade deal
President Donald Trump notified Congress on Monday that the U.S. and Japan were prepared to enter a limited agreement that would lower some tariffs and set terms of digital trade.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Outside the Box: U.S. response to Saudi oil attack leads directly to Iran
Striking back — or not — involves trade-offs and risk, writes George Friedman.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

NewsWatch: Why buying and selling a house could soon be as simple as trading stocks
Artificial intelligence in housing won't just eliminate Realtors. It could completely change the way we buy, sell and live.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Best New Ideas in Money: Why buying and selling a house could soon be as simple as trading stocks
Artificial intelligence in housing won't just eliminate Realtors. It could completely change the way we buy, sell and live.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Deep Dive: These oil stocks rise the most after supply disruption in the Middle East
There were 39 energy companies in the S&P Composite 1500 with double-digit share-price increases.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Cannabis Watch: Aurora Cannabis stock sinks after analyst says it's time to ‘sell'
Aurora stock falls after Stifel Nicolaus analyst Andrew Carter turns bearish, slashes price target in wake of "bad" quarterly results.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Today: Trump says Iran involvement in Saudi attacks being ‘checked out' as he reiterates call for deep interest-rate cuts
President Donald Trump on Monday suggested Iran was responsible for the weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's oil-production infrastructure, and used the incident to apply fresh pressure on the Federal Reserve to aggressively cut interest rates.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Ratings Game: Apple's new iPhones reportedly selling better than their predecessors
Encouraging data points around iPhone preorders and a more simplified rollout than last year's could bode well for Apple Inc., analysts say.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Market Snapshot: Dow snaps 8-session win streak after attack on Saudi oil facilities sends crude soaring
U.S. stock-indexes end lower on Monday, snapping an 8-sesssion win streak for the Dow, after a weekend attack against Saudi Arabia's oil-production facilities unsettled global markets and sent crude prices rocketing higher.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Market Extra: Saudi oil outage a boon for U.S. shale producers — but constraints loom
Shale to the rescue? Not right away, but the jump in oil prices Monday following a weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's production facilities will likely be a boon to U.S. shale producers, who do stand to benefit, particularly if the outages prove long lasting, analysts say,

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Number One: The iPhone 11 Pro Max is the heaviest iPhone yet at a whopping half pound
Data shows recent generations of iPhones have gotten heftier.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Futures Movers: U.S. oil just saw its biggest price surge since the financial crisis; Brent logs sharpest gain on record
Oil futures head for the sharpest daily rise in about 10 years on Monday after a weekend drone attack on major crude facilities in Saudi Arabia threatened to create a supply crunch that was roiling global crude markets.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Market Extra: Oil-pegged currencies pop after the biggest jump for crude prices in a decade
Currencies linked to oil prices pop on Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian oil production facilities over the weekend knocked out 5% of the world's production, with some analysts speculating that it could take months to bring the facilities back online.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Key Words: How Trump's ‘startling blunt exercise in socialism' is overlooked by his backers
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale last week tweeted out "Socialism SUCKS" — two words capturing a theme that has to be familiar to anybody who tunes in to Fox News or the president's Twitter feed. But one former GOP senator and governor on Monday pointed out what could be an uncomfortable truth for Trump supporters

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

General News: Pollution is good for business, L'Oréal CEO says - and so are Instagram filters
The boss of L'Oréal, the world's largest beauty company, admitted in an interview with MarketWatch that pollution is good for business. He also insisted that a trend among millennials to digitally enhance their looks on social media does not make beauty products redundant but actually boosts business.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Commodities Corner: Why some analysts believe oil hitting $100 a barrel soon is unlikely
Global oil hasn't seen $100-a-barrel prices in five years, and even with Saudi Arabia's daily crude production cut down by more than half, it isn't likely to see that level soon.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

These are the 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 16, 2019

MoviePass is shutting down — here's how the remaining movie-ticket subscription plans compare
Cinema buffs looking for cheap ways to see movies in theaters still have options.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Children in stricter middle schools are less likely to go to college — and more likely to get arrested
Researchers from Harvard University's Kennedy School and the University of Colorado analyzed data on suspension rates.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

American's stock leads airlines lower as oil price spike fuels costs, pricing concerns
Shares of airline companies suffered a broad beating Monday, led lower by American Airlines Group Inc.'s stock, as soaring crude-oil prices stoked fears that rising fuel costs would act as a drag on earnings.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Deep Dive: This low-volatility dividend-stock strategy can give you peace of mind
A stable yield and price stability might ease your fear of a recession and economic threats.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

In One Chart: Here are America's best paid, most popular jobs — and the worst paid, yet 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 16, 2019

Market Extra: Stocks tend to rise in months after big oil-price jump — but beware the drawdowns
Benchmarks, on average, outperform following a 10% rise in the price of crude oil — but there have been some nasty drawdowns.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold settles at a more than 1-week high as historic oil outage rattles investor nerves
Gold futures finished solidly higher on Monday, at their highest in just ove ra week, after an attack on Saudi Arabian oil production sent oil prices skyrocketing and investors turning to haven assets, including bonds and precious metals.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Capitol Report: Here are the 3 key times the U.S. tapped into its massive emergency-oil reserves
The weekend attack on major crude-oil facilities in Saudi Arabia could prompt something that has been done only three times in the past: an emergency release from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Trump and Obama both set to visit Silicon Valley this week
Former President Barack Obama and President Donald J. Trump are coming to Silicon Valley this week with different agendas: Trump to raise cash, and Obama to raise awareness about data.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

The Ratings Game: Apple's new iPhones reportedly showing momentum in preorders
Encouraging data points around iPhone preorders and a more simplified rollout than last year's could bode well for Apple Inc., analysts say.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

GM's strike will cost the company about $50 million a day
Losses for GM shares intensify on the first day of a strike affecting the company's North American production. GM is losing about $50 million a day with the walkout.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Futures Movers: Oil surges 14% after Saudi ‘supply shock' — on track for the biggest daily gain in more than a decade
Oil futures head for the sharpest daily rise in about 10 years on Monday after a weekend drone attack on major crude facilities in Saudi Arabia threatened to create a supply crunch that was roiling global crude markets.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Key Words: ‘Saudi Arabia's bitch'? Tulsi Gabbard has some strong words for President Trump
While President Trump is "locked and loaded" and "waiting to hear" from Saudi Arabia about who was behind last weekend's drone attacks on two of the Kingdom's oil plants, Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard fired off an attack of her own on Twitter.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Metals Stocks: Gold climbs toward a 1-week high after historic oil outage rattles investor nerves
Gold futures head solidly higher on Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian oil production sent oil prices skyrocketing and investors turning to haven assets, including bonds and precious metals.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Peloton has spent $50.6 million on music — but this suit says it owes $300 million more
Music publishers have doubled claims against the online exercise company for spinning songs without proper licensing.

MarketWatch
Sep 16, 2019

Commodities Corner: Why Saudi Arabia's output hit won't lead to shocking prices at the gas pump
Global crude production has taken a serious hit following the weekend attack on Saudi oil facilities, leading to a spike in oil prices but for gasoline, this market-moving event couldn't have come at a better time.

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