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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.....»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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Investor who took Virgin Galactic public raising nearly $1 billion in two new IPOs

Chamath Palihapitiya, who used a previous blank-check initial public offering to place Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. on the public markets, has filed.....»»

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Harley-Davidson CEO steps down, stock gains in late trading

The chief executive of Harley-Davidson Inc. stepped .....»»

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Walmart’s new membership program can’t beat Amazon Prime, experts say

Walmart confirmed that it will launch a membership program, Walmart+, that some are already calling an Amazon Prime rival, tough it faces a heap of challenges......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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Dow closes about 412 points, 1.6%, lower

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S&P 500 lower by about 27 points, 0.9%, at close

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Nasdaq flat at close

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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......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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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......»»

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The Wall Street Journal: Austin and Nashville were the U.S.’s hottest job markets last year

These top-ranked cities — both state capitals in the South — share other characteristics, too: well-known universities, booming job markets and an intangible cool factor.....»»

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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......»»

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