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MarketWatch on Business
Amazon is challenging Shopify, and Shopify’s stock is losing so far
Amazon.com Inc. is expanding its Buy with Prime business services to most online merchants nationwide by the end of the month, and Shopify Inc. shares suffered from the announcement Tuesday.Amazon’s…
MarketWatch on Cyberpunk
‘Stray’ — the videogame where you play as a cat — is breaking the internet
The new cyberpunk cat game for PlayStation and PC has sparked a feline frenzy online, with even real-life cats transfixed by the game footage.
MarketWatch on Fitness
Free workouts from Peloton, Nike and others to help you stay active during your quarantine
Staying in is no excuse to stop staying fit. The global interactive fitness industry was already expected to grow by $5.44 billion between 2020 and 2024,...
MarketWatch on Gaslighting
‘Gaslighters have two signature moves’: Are you being gaslighted at work? How to recognize the signs.
People who lie, steal, and disrespect you at work have the trappings of a gaslighter. But the real deal has a whole lot more.
MarketWatch on Housing
How buying and selling a home could soon be as simple as trading stocks
Artificial intelligence in housing won’t just eliminate Realtors. It could completely change the way we buy, sell and live.
MarketWatch on Personal Finance
I’ll be 60, have $95,000 in cash and no debts — I think I can retire, but…
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With this simple year-end change to your retirement accounts, you can reap significant tax rewards
If you are a middle-income earner, you may be in a much better position tax-wise than you realize.That’s good news: You may be able to take advantage of that better position to strengthen your…
MarketWatch on Ray Dalio
Founder of world’s biggest hedge fund says capitalism needs urgent reform
Capitalism is no longer working for most Americans, according to one hedge-fund billionaire.
Cutting off capital flows to China may just be the start, Ray Dalio says
Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, say reports of the U.S. limiting capital flows to China may just be the start.
MarketWatch on Retirement
7 financial planning steps to take in the decade before retirement
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Stock markets will drop another 40% as a severe stagflationary debt crisis hits an overleveraged global economy
The debt crisis is here, Nouriel Roubini says. Expect central banks to wimp out in their fight against inflation as financial distress deepens
«Central banks will talk tough; but there is good reason to doubt their willingness to do “whatever it takes” to return inflation to its target rate in a world of excessive debt with risks of an economic and financial crash.»
Eating 400 calories a day from these foods could raise your dementia risk by over 20%
More than half of the calories consumed by Americans come from this high-risk food group, which is associated with cognitive decline, cancer and heart disease
Have stocks bottomed? Not until this 'gorilla' in equity markets budges, warns BofA
The big-money investor in U.S. stocks is households, not hedge funds or major corporations. Until households start selling, stocks haven't hit their lows,...
The Crushing Financial Penalties for Marriage in Your Later Years—Courtesy of Uncle Sam
Older Americans may be better off staying unmarried.
When is it safe to start buying stocks again? We're not there yet, but these are the…
Extreme negativity is only one indicator. Six market professionals explain what they track.
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