The Fed’s change of policy goals makes it almost inevitable that the next five years will be dominated by a Japan-like environment of low nominal yields, boosting growth stocks, one strategist argues. See full story.
Trump says Biden’s ‘not a savior of America’s soul,’ but rather the ‘destroyer of America’s jobs’
President Donald Trump’s address, delivered from the White House grounds, caps a four-day, mostly virtual Republican Nation Convention in which speakers went after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. See full story.
Moderna and Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine candidates require ultra-low temperatures, raising questions about storage, distribution
The COVID-19 vaccine candidates being developed by Moderna Inc. and BioNTech and Pfizer Inc. will require stringent standards for refrigeration, and that may hamper how they are distributed to the hundreds of millions of Americans expecting to receive them. See full story.
Options bets that the stock market will continue to soar have exploded to dot-com bubble levels
Even as the stock market is trading in record-setting territory despite the economy being in the throes of a viral pandemic, Wall Street bets for further gains are around their highest levels since the dot-com bubble, according to research from Bespoke Investment Group. See full story.
Bill.com beats on earnings, CEO predicts work-from-home trends are ‘here to stay’
Bill.com Holdings Inc. Chief Executive René Lacerte is optimistic that the COVID-19 crisis will drive a longer-term shift toward remote work that increases demand for digital accounting tools. See full story.
Take a look at how these two EVs compare when pitted directly against each other. See full story.