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NewsWatch: The runway until more China tariffs kick in is getting short. Expect a bumpy ride.

NewsWatch: The runway until more China tariffs kick in is getting short. Expect a bumpy ride.

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Expectations are running high for a preliminary U.S.-China trade pact before more tariffs are levied against Beijing next week, but plenty of other factors in December will… Read more »

Mutual Funds Weekly: Buy real estate without owning a home — plus more top investing tips

Mutual Funds Weekly: Buy real estate without owning a home — plus more top investing tips

Don’t miss these top money and investing features: For most people, owning a house is the single most-expensive purchase they’ll ever make. But a home is a place to live,… Read more »

The Moneyist: ‘I am planning on retaining a lawyer’ — My mom left her entire estate to my stepfather, so how can I claim what is rightfully mine?

The Moneyist: ‘I am planning on retaining a lawyer’ — My mom left her entire estate to my stepfather, so how can I claim what is rightfully mine?

Dear Moneyist, My late mother remarried in 1954. My biological father — the only father my other brothers and sisters have known — died in 2005. I found out recently… Read more »

Ryan Reynolds’ Aviation Gin just saved the actress in the ‘Peloton Girl’ ad

Ryan Reynolds’ Aviation Gin just saved the actress in the ‘Peloton Girl’ ad

Aviation Gin, the liquor brand owned by actor Ryan Reynolds, has mocked Peloton’s widely criticized holiday commercial with help from the same actress who appeared in the controversial ad for… Read more »

Economic Preview: Hey, maybe the economy isn’t so weak after all

Economic Preview: Hey, maybe the economy isn’t so weak after all

Consumers are in a better position to spend this holiday season than last year. The holiday season appears primed to deliver a gift to the economy at year’s end. A… Read more »

How the 1% donate to charities differently to everyone else

How the 1% donate to charities differently to everyone else

By Personal finance reporter America’s charitable billionaires think big. They get their names on buildings. Most people don’t. They attempt to singlehandedly educate children by setting up their own schools…. Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: PG&E agrees to pay $13.5 billion in settlement to victims of California wildfires

The Wall Street Journal: PG&E agrees to pay $13.5 billion in settlement to victims of California wildfires

PG&E Corp. has reached a settlement with victims of the wildfires that pushed California’s largest utility into bankruptcy, agreeing to pay them $13.5 billion in damages. The pact removes a… Read more »

One year after Amazon’s HQ2 announcement, here’s what happened to house prices in Northern Virginia

One year after Amazon’s HQ2 announcement, here’s what happened to house prices in Northern Virginia

It’s official: Northern Virginia has felt the Amazon effect. A year ago, Amazon AMZN, +0.64%  announced its plans to build a pair of new headquarters as part of its so-called… Read more »

Top Ten: Weekend reads: A warm retirement on modest income

Top Ten: Weekend reads: A warm retirement on modest income

Catey Hill once again helps readers to find destinations for retirement living based on their individual circumstances and wants. This week she offers up three beautiful locations to a couple… Read more »

Key Words: The CEO of the largest airline carrier has one simple reason why Wi-Fi on planes isn’t free

Key Words: The CEO of the largest airline carrier has one simple reason why Wi-Fi on planes isn’t free

Delta Air Lines Inc., Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian says he’d like to offer Wi-Fi free on his airline’s flights but right now it would crash the system. Speaking during… Read more »

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