NewsWatch: Dow, S&P finish 4% higher as Wall Street warms to surprise Fed rate cuts, Biden campaign momentum

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U.S. stocks rebounded sharply Wednesday, warming finally to the Federal Reserve’s surprise interest rate cut and support from other central banks, as well as former Vice President Joe Biden becoming the leading Democratic Party’s presidential candidate in November’s election. See full story.

Here’s how long retirees can afford to live in major U.S. cities on $1 million

If you plan on living out your golden years in the City by the Bay, you’d better bring a lot more than a million dollars, or you won’t last long. According to, that seven-figure sum lasts only 8 years, 3 months and 19 days there. See full story.

Here’s what Apple suppliers have been saying about the coronavirus epidemic

Skyworks Solutions Inc. became the latest Apple Inc. supplier to warn of negative impacts from the novel coronavirus epidemic Wednesday, joining the smartphone giant itself and a number of other supply-chain partners. See full story.

Biden’s fundraising was improving before his Super Tuesday wins — and now Bloomberg’s money looks set to pour in

With Mike Bloomberg exiting the Democratic presidential race and endorsing Joe Biden, a key question now is how much of the big-spending billionaire’s money will go toward helping his former rival’s campaign. See full story.

Fed Beige Book reports first negative impacts of coronavirus on U.S. economy

The first reports of negative impact from the coronavirus on the U.S. economy surfaced in the latest Fed Beige Book survey of economic conditions released Wednesday. See full story.


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