NewsWatch: Investors cannot sit on the fence after coronavirus stock rout — it’s time to buy stocks, Bernstein says

This post was originally published on this site

After the worst week on Wall Street since 2008, investors are waking up to the all-too-familiar news of more coronavirus cases worldwide. See full story.

Goldman economists expect Fed to cut rates soon to head off impact of outbreak

There is growing consensus that the world’s central banks, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, will soon take policy action to avert a financial meltdown due to the coronavirus outbreak. See full story.

Surgeon general wants you to stop buying masks to protect yourself from coronavirus: ‘They are NOT effective’

Stay home when you’re sick and wash your hands with soap more frequently. Those ‘everyday preventive actions’ are still the best way to protect yourself from coronavirus and other respiratory illness, according to the U.S. surgeon general. See full story.

China purchasing indexes sink to record lows as coronavirus epidemic hits economy

Official gauges of China’s factory and nonfactory activity plunged to record lows in February as the domestic economy struggled to resume normal production amid the coronavirus epidemic. See full story.

How the U.S. can improve the health of seniors and toddlers at the same time

Both generations benefit from receiving care at the same facility. See full story.


There’s still time to make some smart tax moves before April 15. See full story.

Add Comment