There’s another trigger for big declines in the stock market beyond economic recession. See full story.
Investors think there’s more chance Tesla and bitcoin will halve than double, warns Deutsche Bank
Two plays that worked out exceedingly well for investors in 2020 are making them wary as a new year kicks off, says our call of the day from Deutsche Bank. See full story.
I’m a single mom. I take my kids on trips. My mother says that’s crazy and I should be saving for a house. What do you think?
‘Sometimes, I rent a hotel room by the beach, Las Vegas or other places that I think would be nice for us to see.’
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U.S. edges toward 400,000 COVID-19 fatalities as California becomes first state with 3 million confirmed cases
The number of global cases of the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 rose above 95.6 million on Tuesday, and the U.S. edged closer to 400,000 deaths, with California becoming the first state with more than three million confirmed cases. See full story.
Bill Gates is now the largest farmland owner in America
Bill Gates may no longer be the world’s richest man, but he can claim a new title: America’s farmland king. See full story.
The IRS will start accepting returns a little later than usual, on Feb. 12. See full story.