NewsWatch: Dow climbs 400 points early Monday after housing data, even as coronavirus cases top 10 million

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallies sharply early Monday on the back of upbeat economic data and a surge in shares of Boeing. See full story.

Here’s the revenue hit Facebook will take as Diageo and Starbucks join the list of companies pulling ads from platform

Facebook shares fell in premarket trading on Monday, after Diageo and Starbucks became the latest companies to halt advertising on social media platforms over ineffective policing of hate speech. See full story.

These 5 giant stocks are driving the U.S. market now, but watch out down the road

Powerful stock-market leaders ultimately take a fall, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.

Coronavirus vaccine still might not lead to herd immunity in U.S., Fauci warns

The U.S. is “unlikely” to develop herd immunity to COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday, due to the likely combination of only a partially effective vaccine and people who refuse to take it. See full story.

This is how COVID-19 could affect homes of the future

The pandemic has redefined what being ‘at home’ means. Here are some trends you might start seeing. See full story.


‘It’s important for us to get out and reemerge from our caves, but we need to do so safely.’ See full story.

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