Dow edges higher, S&P 500 reclaims 3,500 even as stimulus talks hit standstill


U.S. stocks rise at the start of Monday as investors shift their focus to third-quarter corporate earnings early this week and the vagaries of coronavirus stimulus negotiations. See full story.

Be prepared: A return to normal is still a long way away, warns banking billionaire Jamie Dimon

For those of you expecting the world to return to some sense of normalcy by the time 2021 rolls around, the JPMorgan Chase boss has a message: See full story.

U.S. corporate earnings reports will shine a light on the uneven playing field in the year of the pandemic

The U.S. third-quarter corporate earnings reporting season will kick off this week and the numbers will reflect a second quarter dominated by the coronavirus pandemic that has created an uneven playing field in which some companies thrive, while others shrink and fade. See full story.

Apple’s 5G iPhone launch has investors hoping for ‘unprecedented upgrade cycle’

Apple Inc. has pulled off a few product virtual launches during the COVID-19 crisis, and now the company is gearing up for the most important one yet. See full story.

Regeneron CEO cautions Trump’s results are ‘a case of one,’ and coronavirus drug needs more testing

President Donald Trump has called the antibody cocktail he received to fend off the coronavirus “a cure,” but the chief executive of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. said Sunday that Trump’s case is merely “a case of one,” and the treatment still needs more testing before its efficacy is known. See full story.


Without more stimulus money, one person said, ‘things are going to get a lot harder for a lot longer.’ See full story.

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