List/Grid Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Tell: Investors pull $30 billion out of stocks in 2nd-largest weekly outflow on record: BAML

The Tell: Investors pull $30 billion out of stocks in 2nd-largest weekly outflow on record: BAML

As the second quarter neared its close, investors adjusted allocations, with a notable rotation out of equities and into safer assets such as government bonds or cash, according to flow… Read more »

Personal Finance Daily: Abortion could be banned in the U.S. and Bill Gates’s summer book picks

Personal Finance Daily: Abortion could be banned in the U.S. and Bill Gates’s summer book picks

Happy Friday, MarketWatchers! Hope you are ready for a great weekend. Don’t forget to read today’s top personal finance stories. Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: GM warns tariffs could hurt its business, raise cost of cars

The Wall Street Journal: GM warns tariffs could hurt its business, raise cost of cars

General Motors Co. GM, -2.76%   warned the Trump administration Friday that tariffs on vehicle imports would hurt its competitiveness, cost U.S. jobs and result in “a smaller GM.” In… Read more »

Market Extra: Here’s the key question for U.S. investors about the trade skirmish with China

Market Extra: Here’s the key question for U.S. investors about the trade skirmish with China

The last two weeks weren’t a picnic for U.S. stock market bulls, but Wall Street remains more resilient than Chinese equities. The question for investors is whether U.S. stocks can… Read more »

How Visa and Mastercard could benefit from a settlement over card-swipe fees

How Visa and Mastercard could benefit from a settlement over card-swipe fees

Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc., which appear poised to settle a multibillion-dollar antitrust lawsuit, are sitting pretty. A Supreme Court victory for American Express Co. AXP, +1.06%  earlier in the… Read more »

Bond Report: Treasurys take inflation pickup in stride

Bond Report: Treasurys take inflation pickup in stride

Treasurys saw mixed trade Friday, leaving yields little changed after data showed core inflation hit the Fed’s 2% target for the first time in six years. What are yields doing?… Read more »

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks finish higher but post weekly losses

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks finish higher but post weekly losses

U.S. stocks closed higher Friday even as the earlier rally in financial shares flamed out, but for the week, all major benchmarks finished lower due to ongoing trade war-related jitters…. Read more »

Valeant is back on to its old drug-pricing ways

Valeant is back on to its old drug-pricing ways

A controversy over massive price increases, along with other scandals, wrecked Valeant Pharmaceutical International Inc.’s reputation as well as its stock price in recent years. But today, it seems, the… Read more »

Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS 1040 income tax form

Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS 1040 income tax form

The Form 1040, which most taxpayers use to file their income taxes, has been significantly condensed, but will it be a lot easier for taxpayers and preparers? Not necessarily. The… Read more »

NewsWatch: Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS 1040 income tax form

NewsWatch: Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS 1040 income tax form

Meet the smaller — but not necessarily easier — IRS 1040 income tax form – MarketWatch Published: June 29, 2018 5:00 p.m. ET By {{formattedLastPrice}} {{formattedNetChange}} {{formattedChangePercent}} {{/quote}} {{/symbols}} {{^symbols}}… Read more »

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