As rising Treasury yields spook stock investors, March looms like a lion
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After a frenetic February, investors are probably hoping that March holds true to its proverb: In like a lion out like a lamb. See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/as-rising-treasury-yields-spook-stock-investors-march-looms-like-a-lion-11614434139).
This CPAC 'golden calf' Trump statue is spurring backlash of biblical proportions
Comments like 'the GOP worship a golden crook' spread across Twitter faster than you can say 'Moses' See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-cpac-golden-calf-trump-statue-is-spurring-backlash-of-biblical-proportions-11614360507).
Americans can't file their income taxes fast enough -- but they should brace for some unwelcome news in their 2020 refunds
The IRS has received approximately 21% more individual returns than the agency received last year by Feb. 7, which was 12 days into the tax season last year. See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/americans-cant-seem-to-file-their-income-taxes-fast-enough-but-they-should-brace-for-unwelcome-news-in-their-2020-returns-2021-02-25).
FDA authorizes the first single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday granted emergency authorization to Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine, making it the third vaccine to become available to Americans during the pandemic and the first to only require one dose. See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/fda-authorizes-the-first-single-dose-covid-19-vaccine-11614469295).
What is NBA Top Shot? Everything you need to know about the digital asset with over $230 million in transactions
NBA Top Shot is using blockchain technology to reinvent sports collectibles See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-is-nba-top-shot-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-digital-asset-with-over-230-million-in-transactions-11614287023).
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Households making less than $30,000 a year are over twice as likely as those making more than $60,000 to report a decline in their personal finances. See full story (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/covid-19-has-put-financially-vulnerable-americans-on-even-shakier-footing-11614361246).
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