NewsWatch: Why hedge fund manager Dan Loeb is staying ‘wary’ of this too-perfect market

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Our call of the day from hedge fund Third Point, says several things could upset too-perfect markets this year. The spread of the coronavirus is just one of them. See full story.

Dow seen jumping more than 300 points as stock market attempts to extend coronavirus rebound

U.S. stock futures on Tuesday head sharply higher, despite the spread of a deadly Asian virus that has claimed hundreds of lives and infected more than 20,000 people. See full story.

Asian markets gain as Chinese stocks stabilize after Monday’s selloff

Asian markets gained in early trading Tuesday, as stocks in mainland China turned positive after plunging Monday. See full story.

Latest loss by Tesla shorts: $2.5 billion on Monday alone

Tesla Inc. stock’s 20% jump on Monday costs short sellers $2.5 billion, according to a a financial technology and analytics firm. See full story.

Why Google finally disclosed YouTube revenue

After years of providing as little insight into the performance of its different businesses as it could, Alphabet Inc. executives finally divulged financial results from two of its most prominent segments Monday. The reason: They had to. See full story.


When it comes to hauling a lot of people and their stuff, you simply can’t beat the practicality of a minivan. See full story.

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