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Apr 03, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: Do you know how make a face mask? I wore a balaclava to the grocery store and it worked as good as any mask — here's why
One New Yorker's survival guide for food shopping in the epicenter for COVID-19 in the United States.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Personal Finance Daily: The CDC now says all Americans should wear masks — here's a simple DIY approach and meet the hospital cleaner on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic
Thursday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The CDC now says all Americans should wear masks — here's a simple DIY approach
When you can't buy a mask, make it yourself.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Should all Americans be wearing face masks to protect against coronavirus? The CDC now says yes
President Donald Trump indicated on Thursday that the White House Coronavirus Task Force will be ‘coming out' with a nation-wide recommendation on wearing face masks.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The Conversation: To fight coronavirus, here's a trick to stop touching your face so often
When you feel an itch...

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

CityWatch: New York City nears equipment ‘D-Day,' mayor says
With as many as 5,000 intubated patients by Monday or Tuesday, the city will need hundreds more medical workers.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Nary a sign of discord as China rebuts accusations of a tepid stimulus response
Top central bank advisers are even debating whether China should set a GDP target at all as analysts lower 2020 growth estimates.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Market Extra: How the Fed's historic leap into buying corporate debt is working even before the purchases formally start
Highly rated U.S. companies are on a borrowing spree, loading up their balance sheets with cash, even before the Federal Reserve starts buying corporate debt to help soothe the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Commodities Corner: Why a Saudi Arabia-Russia deal to cut oil output would mean nothing without U.S. cooperation
Oil prices posted their largest weekly gain on record Friday, buoyed by expectations that Saudi Arabia and Russia will work together to cut global crude production, but analysts say any agreement to stave off a market surplus would need help from the United States, the world's largest oil producer.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Key Words: I'm not doing this to ‘get the price of oil up'— ‘what I'm trying to do is keep it from crashing into the single digits,' says Texas oil regulator
Ryan Sitton, the commissioner of the Texas Railroad Commission, on CNBC Friday afternoon explained his efforts to help do his part to stabilize crude-oil prices, which have plunged since February.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks end lower as worst jobs report in 11 years shows coronavirus already hurting U.S. economy
Stocks finish sharply lower Friday, and for the week, after the release of the monthly U.S. employment report set a grim tone for trade, showing massive job losses in March, even before the full extent of the economic devastation from the coronavirus pandemic has been fully realized.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Capitol Report: Pelosi appears to pull back on including infrastructure spending in ‘Phase 4' coronavirus package
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday seems to backtrack somewhat from her earlier statements that Washington's "Phase 4" response to the coronavirus crisis ought to include big spending on infrastructure.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Trump Today: Trump vows U.S. energy sector will come back as he sees Russia-Saudi oil agreement
President Donald Trump on Friday met with chiefs of major oil companies and vowed that the U.S. energy sector will revive and he reiterated he saw a Russia-Saudi Arabia deal in the offing.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Bond Report: Treasury yields fall after dismal March jobs data offers ‘taste of things to come'
U.S. Treasury yields fall after a weaker-than-expected March jobs report underlines that even more economic pain is to come.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Economic Preview: Coronavirus has capsized the U.S. economy and it's still sinking to even lower depths
Like the sinking Titanic, every major bellwether on the U.S. economy is plunging to uncharted depths.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Next Avenue: 9 ways to help isolated neighbors
Many of your neighbors might be alone, ill, afraid or in need of assistance.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The IRS changed the tax filing rule for Social Security recipients — why that's a good thing
The decision could cause some people to miss out on the coronavirus stimulus money

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Their Stories: Cancer survivor Sundee Rutter remembered as ‘genuine, selfless, courageous'
Her six children said goodbye through the window of her hospital room with a walkie-talkie receiver.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Vanguard blew away the competition in Q1, fund flow data show
When it comes to ETFs, there are three big players, and then there's everyone else, but in the first quarter, there was one asset manager to rule them all.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Retailers lost 46,200 jobs in March but could lose millions by May
The latest U.S. government data shows the retail industry lost 46,200 jobs in March to furloughs and layoffs, but the cuts will be much deeper as the crisis wears on, research from the National Retail Federation shows.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

This might be the simplest no-sew DIY coronavirus mask
When you can't buy a mask, make it yourself.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Therese Poletti's Tech Tales: The internet is being put to its greatest test, and it is passing (so far)
So far, the internet's vast infrastructure has, for the most part, been holding up under an onslaught of heavy use with millions of people working from home or self isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: ‘As you get older, the physical stuff is hard.' Meet the hospital cleaner on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic
Cleaners trained to sanitize medical facilities are getting more shifts, but that comes with its own challenges. ‘I'm not going to be rich, but I can manage to live,' says hospital cleaner Don LeBlanc, Jr.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: I'm a historian who has studied the Black Death. During my coronavirus quarantine, I thought, ‘Will people fear us?'
‘As an early COVID-19 patient in my area, I have seen firsthand the power of a community poised to help.'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: ‘My former career working in disaster zones has prepared me well for situations of challenge and uncertainty': A former aid worker on crises and the coronavirus
‘As a society, we are social distancing, but strangely we are also more connected, and it's all because of this harrowing public-health crisis.'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Weekend Sip: An award-winning California distiller goes from booze to hand sanitizer
‘The sanitizer is notably different than most commercial varieties.'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Trump administration set to pay hospitals for treating uninsured coronavirus patients
The administration is expected to use a federal stimulus package to pay hospitals that treat uninsured people with the new coronavirus as long as they agree not to bill the patients or issue unexpected charges, according to two people familiar with the planning, the Wall Street Journal reports.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

In One Chart: Market bottom or ‘very tough times ahead'? Here's what one chart watcher is keeping his eye on
Investors say there's no one chart that will signal when the stock-market bottom is in. But technical analyst Chris Kimble is keeping his eye on a commodity index that is testing a very important level of support.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

NerdWallet: Expanded unemployment benefits: Who qualifies, how to apply
Part-time and self-employed workers can also get benefits. Here's what you need to know

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

America's housing market is showing the first signs of trouble from the coronavirus pandemic
Sellers appear to be holding off on listing their homes for sale in anticipation of less buyer traffic during the normally busy spring home-buying season.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

‘Honestly, we don't know what to expect': Meg Whitman's big-money streaming startup Quibi to launch in a new world
Quibi, the mobile streaming service that has raised a staggering $1.75 billion, debuts Monday in the most unpredictable of circumstances. Most of the country sits at home, thirsting for any form of entertainment. But will they consume content designed for on-the-go viewing while commuting to work or waiting in line for coffee?

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Capitol Report: Top Republican lawmakers maintain their opposition to ‘Phase 4' coronavirus package
Top Republican lawmakers Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell continue to sound skeptical this past week about the need for a fourth package from Washington to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic damage.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Coronavirus update: 1.04 million cases, 55,132 deaths and U.S. health care workers clamor for masks and gloves
The U.S. labor market showed further signs of damage from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 on Friday as the global case tally continued to extend beyond a million and the death toll passed 55,000.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Key Words: Jared Kushner slammed for saying the federal medical supply stockpile isn't meant for states
‘It's supposed to be our stockpile,' he said. But who did he mean by ‘our?'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Commodities Corner: Corn prices fall back to 2016 levels as COVID-19 lockdowns cut ethanol demand
Corn prices could drop to their lowest levels in more than a decade as coronavirus-related weakness in demand for gasoline pushes the cost of ethanol toward record lows.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Outside the Box: VIX clues show how stock investors underpriced the risk of the coronavirus pandemic
Trading in the VIX futures market was a step behind in assessing how bad COVID-19 would get.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The Margin: HBO is streaming ‘The Sopranos' and ‘The Wire' for free during the coronavirus outbreak
HBO is making almost 500 hours of programming available for free online to help people want to stay at home.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Capitol Report: Kudlow calls banks ‘ready to go' for small-business lending program
Top White House economist Larry Kudlow said banks are "ready to go" on a small-business loan program as borrowers line up for help amid the coronavirus crisis.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Economic Report: U.S. service sector continued to expand in March but at slower rate, ISM says
U.S. services and other non-manufacturing companies reported continued growth in March, but at the slowest pace since August 2016

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stocks lower after grim jobs report shows coronavirus clobbering the economy
Stocks are lower Friday after the release of the monthly U.S. employment report that showed massive job losses in March, even before the full extent of the economic devastation from the coronavirus pandemic was fully realized.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Futures Movers: Oil extends climb on hopes OPEC can achieve output cuts
Oil prices surge again Friday after a report that OPEC members will discuss production cuts at a virtual meeting early next week.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

With gowns and masks in short supply, researchers test drugs to prevent COVID-19 infections in health care workers
At least three clinical trials for hydroxychloroquine are trying to establish whether the decades-old malaria medication can prevent COVID-19 infections in frontline health-care workers as hospitals across the country scramble to secure enough gowns and masks for their employees.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Buy these two online food delivery stocks as demand surges in lockdown, analyst says
Online food delivery demand has soared as more countries impose coronavirus lockdowns but, while there are problems ahead, the pandemic will bring longer-term benefits for the sector, UBS said on Friday.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The Moneyist: I'm a cashier at a truck stop in Minnesota. I have COPD, asthma and hypertension. I'm scared of contracting coronavirus. Should I stop working?
‘Even small mistakes that I might make could be huge for me.'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

These small-business owners made their dreams come true — and then the coronavirus hit
MarketWatch spoke to four small business owners about how they're coping and adapting.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

NewsWatch: The U.S. officially lost 701,000 jobs in March, but in reality millions vanished
The U.S. lost 701,000 jobs in March, the government's employment official scorecard showed, but the real losses were much greater: At least 10 million jobs and counting as the coronavirus bore down on the economy.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stock futures slip as March jobs data shows economy took a hit earlier than expected
Stock-index futures point to a lower start for U.S. markets as investors weighed a March employment report that showed far steeper job losses than expected.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Outside the Box: How a fund manager is putting all his ‘stable' stocks through ‘extreme stress-testing'
What to do when earnings are unpredictable.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Traffic at Walmart, Costco and Target falls for the first time in weeks as coronavirus stockpiling behavior shifts
Data shows that traffic at mass retailers declined after weeks of skyrocketing demand, though traffic could pick up again.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Economic Report: The U.S. officially lost 701,000 jobs in March, but in reality millions vanished
The U.S. lost 701,000 jobs in March, the government's employment official scorecard showed, but the real losses were much greater: At least 10 million jobs and counting as the coronavirus bore down on the economy.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Metals Stocks: Gold bounces around as investors key in on Friday's jobs report
Gold futures on Friday swing between small gains and losses as investors watch for a report on the labor-market condition in March, which is may offer some clues about the state of American jobs even if it doesn't entirely reveal the extent of the damage of coronavirus business shutdowns.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Deep Dive: 20 technology stocks with low debt to consider owning in a down market
Many tech stocks have held up relatively well during the coronavirus crisis. Mark Grant of B. Riley FBR says long-term investors can make money ‘with a little patience.'

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Morgan Stanley releases new forecast showing U.S. economy may drop as much as 38%
Already pessimistic, Morgan Stanley's team of economists has an even grimmer forecast.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Outside the Box: How stock investors underpriced the risk of the coronavirus pandemic
Trading in the VIX futures market was a step behind in assessing how bad COVID-19 would get.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Mark Hulbert: Why the smallest stocks may be quickest to recover from the coronavirus crash
Highest-quality small-cap stocks may be good long-term holdings, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Need to Know: This recession will finally end the private-sector ‘debt supercycle,' says firm that invented the term
"The shock of the recession and destruction of wealth will leave a legacy of increased financial caution with households wanting to build precautionary savings and companies striving to repair damaged balance sheets," says Martin Barnes, chief economist at BCA.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

U.K. government forces banks to lend to small businesses on the brink of collapse
The U.K. government has been forced to step in and force banks to lend to small firms after a financial lifeboat failed to deliver the intended emergency funds sparking fears one in five small businesses might collapse.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Autotrader: New car review: The Hyundai Venue
The all-new subcompact SUV is an urban adventure vehicle with good fuel economy at a great price.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

NerdWallet: If you're building credit, the best credit card is the one you can get
You probably won't get the perfect credit card with rich rewards right away, but you can work up to it.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Europe Markets: European stocks drop after grim PMI data as coronavirus cases hit 1 million world-wide
European stocks fell on Friday after grim eurozone purchasing manager data brought about by the deadly coronavirus pandemic that has now infected more than 1 million world-wide. U.S. stock futures also fell as investors braced for more grim jobs data.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

NerdWallet: Why a used EV is a great choice for your teen's first car
Here are the pros and cons of shopping the used EV market for your young driver's first set of wheels.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: 3M CEO says demand for N95 masks exceeds capacity as Trump invokes Defense Production Act
American manufacturers say it will be months before they meet demand for high-quality masks, part of a broader breakdown in the effort to supply enough protective gear and lifesaving equipment to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

MarketWatch
Apr 03, 2020

Steel billionaire Gupta shuffles reporting dates at GFG Alliance
In early March, several of GFG Alliance entities changed their financial year-ends from Mar. 31 to Jun. 30, according to filings with Companies House. This week, they changed the year-ends back again. It is unusual to do so twice in such quick succession.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: ‘Getting out of the water is not an option:' A long-distance swimmer's advice for enduring social isolation during the coronavirus pandemic
‘I never allow myself to think about the entire distance when I start a long swim. If I did, I would be paralyzed by the enormity of it,' writes Anna Wardley.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Key Words: ‘Far more extreme than anything we've ever seen, including the worst weeks of the Great Recession' — economist gasps as U.S. jobless claims jump 3,000% in 3 weeks
‘This kind of upending of the labor market in such a short time is unheard of.'

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Key Words: Cuomo on whether New Yorkers should wear bandanas or DIY face masks: ‘It couldn't hurt. It's not exactly fashion forward'
‘It could help if someone has the virus,' Gov. Cuomo told CNN's Anderson Cooper.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Key Words: Fauci urges nationwide stay-at-home order: ‘I don't understand why that's not happening'
Count Dr. Anthony Fauci among those who thinks America needs a nationwide stay-at-home order.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Market Extra: Lenders call on Washington for more clarity on small business rescue program a day before Friday launch
Lenders are still waiting on final rules from the U.S. government to help get its $350 billion rescue lending programs off the ground on Friday to shore up small businesses battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Blacklisted Russian fund paid for half of coronavirus aid shipment to U.S.
A Russian state-owned fund that says it footed half the bill of a coronavirus aid shipment delivered to the U.S. on Wednesday has been on a U.S. Treasury restricted lending list since 2015.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: I went to the grocery store in a balaclava — turns out, De Blasio now says ALL New Yorkers should wear homemade masks
‘It could be a bandana, something you create yourself,' Mayor De Blasio said. You know what's better than a bandana? A balaclava.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Moneyist: ‘Your boss is playing God': My grocery store banned face masks for staff. I don't want to contract coronavirus. How can I stay safe?
‘Wearing the mask makes me feel safer and helps to guard me against coronavirus. It does not interfere with my ability to do my job.'

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Trump doubles down on his claim of Saudi, Russian oil cuts
President Donald Trump on Thursday doubled-down on his claim that he brokered a deal under which Saudi Arabia and Russia would slow down their oil production.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Captain of coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier relieved of command
Navy leaders have relieved the captain of a U.S. aircraft carrier after a memo to military officials pleading for help with a coronavirus outbreak at sea was leaked to a newspaper, officials said.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Moneyist: ‘Coronavirus has ruined everything.' My husband refuses to work. Is it too much to ask him to find a job when millions of people are now out of work?
‘I see him every day relaxing and taking it easy while I'm working. I've suggested jobs with car services and food-delivery services, but to no avail.'

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Should all Americans be wearing face masks to protect against coronavirus? Trump, Fauci are closer to saying yes
President Donald Trump indicated on Thursday that the White House Coronavirus Task Force will be "coming out" with a nation-wide recommendation on wearing face masks.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

CityWatch: How to donate medical supplies to New York City hospitals
Crucial medical gear is still scarce as the city approaches the virus' peak

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Italy may never know how many of its people contracted the coronavirus — or died from it
The same is likely true of the worst-hit areas of the U.S., Europe and many other countries and regions.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

New Yorkers should wear face coverings, mayor advises
In a drastic pivot from recent weeks, New Yorkers have been advised to wear face coverings when outside and near other people to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday evening.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Trump says he has again tested negative for coronavirus
President Donald Trump on Thursday said he took a second coronavirus test this morning and the results were negative.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Personal Finance Daily: What daily life during the pandemic looks like to people across the U.S. and class of 2020 was to enter the strongest job market in 50 years
Thursday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Conversation: Hundreds of different coronavirus tests are being used — which is best?
The FDA has allowed hospitals, academic centers and companies to develop and use their own tests if they could meet minimal standards.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Tesla stock jumps 17% after company's Q1 sales inch closer to Wall Street hopes
Tesla Inc. late Thursday says it delivered 88,400 vehicles in the first quarter, close enough to Wall Street expectations to send shares soaring in the extended session.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

CityWatch: The coronavirus hits New York City's poorest areas the hardest
A part of Queens where many family members often share apartments has the most cases of COVID-19.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

NewsWatch: He nailed the March coronavirus selloff — now he says there's another 30% to go before the stock market hits bottom
Hedge-fund manager Dan Niles, in a note cited by Yahoo Finance this week, warned his clients way back in February that he was getting "increasingly worried" investors weren't ready for the impact the spread of the coronavirus could have on the U.S. economy. He's not any more optimistic now then he was back then.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Market Snapshot: Dow overcomes early stumble to end 470 points higher as Wall Street clings to hope for major oil companies
Stock benchmarks on Thursday finish near the highs of the session, as investors appear to focus on hope that a detente between some of the biggest oil producers on the planet might be achieved to substantially curb oil production and stabilize battered prices.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Bond Report: Treasury yields come off lows as crude-oil surge lifts inflation expectations
U.S. Treasury yields bounced off their lows on Thursday as a surge in oil prices spurred by hopes of coordinated production cuts between Saudi Arabia and Russia helped to lift inflation expectations, a bugaboo for bondholders.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Jonathan Burton's Life Savings: How a World Marathon Day would bring us miles closer to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic
Cities and communities would see economic benefit while hundreds of millions of dollars are raised for charity.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: A New Yorker's guide to surviving grocery stores during the coronavirus pandemic — without losing your mind
A 5-point plan to food shopping in the epicenter of COVID-19 in the United States.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Tesla stock rallies after company's Q1 sales inch closer to Wall Street hopes
Tesla Inc. late Thursday says it delivered 88,400 vehicles in the first quarter, close enough to Wall Street expectations to send shares soaring in the extended session.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Market Extra: Lenders call on Washington for more clarity on small business rescue program a day before launch Friday
Lenders are still waiting on final rules from the U.S. government to help get its $350 billion rescue lending programs off the ground on Friday to shore up small businesses battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Key Words: Bank of America CEO Moynihan on dealing with coronavirus: ‘Nickel-and-diming is a dumb thing right now'
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is tackling the greatest threat to humanity and the economy in generations and trying to do the right thing for his shareholders, clients and employees.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Market Snapshot: Stock gains leak oil Thursday afternoon as doubts about Trump's Russia-Saudi tweet seep in
Stocks gave back morning gains in late Thursday trade as investors grew skeptical about the specifics of a claim by President Donald Trump that Saudi Arabia and Russia have forged a deal to substantially curb oil production to stabilize prices.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The jobless-claims report is ominous, but there's a better early warning indicator for stock investors
Follow the price movement of high-yield, or junk, bonds.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Tell: Fed's liquidity programs leaves $9 trillion of ‘orphan' markets in the cold
The enormous amount of funds the Fed has deployed won't make its way into a large swathe of financial markets

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Key Words: Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he just learned that people who don't feel sick can still spread coronavirus
Stacey Abrams was trending on Twitter on Thursday, not because of something she said, but rather for something the guy who beat her in the Georgia gubernatorial race said:

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Economic Preview: Why Friday's jobs report for March won't tell the full story of a U.S. economy in crisis
Don't expect more than a fraction of the damage done to the economy by the coronavirus pandemic to show up in the U.S. monthly jobs report for March due on Friday. The real shocker will come a month from now.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Dispatches from a Pandemic: ‘I'd probably tell my grandkids the story of how we met': This couple got coronavirus on a first date — and they've been quarantining together ever since
Contracting COVID-19 on a first date sounds too improbable, even for Hollywood. ‘I don't blame her at all, we both had a really fun time together,' says Nick Crawford, 23.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Family members with relatives in nursing homes share their stories — and some bright spots in these dark days
How to stay positive in a stressful, scary time.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

The Tell: He nailed the March coronavirus selloff — now he says there's another 30% to go before the stock market hits bottom
Hedge-fund manager Dan Niles, in a note cited by Yahoo Finance this week, warned his clients way back in February that he was getting "increasingly worried" investors weren't ready for the impact the spread of the coronavirus could have on the U.S. economy. He's not any more optimistic now then he was back then.

MarketWatch
Apr 02, 2020

Metals Stocks: Gold posts first gain in 5 sessions after another surge in jobless claims
Gold futures gain ground Thursday, as another large jump in weekly first-time jobless claims prompted prices to post their first gain in five sessions.

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