NewsWatch: Stocks look to recover from torrid selloff as investors eye coronavirus spread outside China

This post was originally published on this site
MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

U.S. stocks open modestly higher as market bulls look for a respite from a selling stampede that’s sent equities sharply lower over the past four days amid rising worries about the spread of COVID-19 outside of China. See full story.

Biden’s debate performance lauded ahead of critical South Carolina primary

Joe Biden is getting positive reviews for his Tuesday-night debate performance in South Carolina, which analysts say buoys his prospects in the Democratic presidential primary even as Bernie Sanders retains pole position. See full story.

Disney CEO Bob Iger steps down; company veteran Bob Chapek takes reins

Bob Chapek, who served as chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products since its creation in 2018, was named Iger’s successor, effective immediately. See full story.

Tesla’s valuation needs to be more ‘grounded’ to profit, analyst says

Tesla gets taken down a notch by Jefferies, who say they need to hear more about the Silicon Valley car maker’s battery business. See full story.

I’m 59, and my husband and I earn $500,000 a year — but have credit card debt and nothing saved for retirement. What should we do?

This couple spent a ‘small fortune’ on their troubled son, but they also own a home worth $1.4 million. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have shared how they would tackle infectious-disease outbreaks if elected president. See full story.

Add Comment