NewsWatch: Dow joins S&P 500, Nasdaq at records as China says it will slash tariffs on $75 billion in U.S. goods

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Stocks head higher Thursday, setting the stage for a fourth straight day of gains as focus shifts from the rising death tolls from coronavirus to fresh developments in trade between China and America. See full story.

Tesla shares’ ‘evening star’ chart pattern portends a reversal in progress

Tesla Inc.’s stock is selling off on Wednesday, but the real drama occurred during the previous session’s rally, when a short-term “spinning top” appeared as part of an “evening star” reversal pattern to warn that the dramatic rally may have finally succumbed to gravity. See full story.

Twitter stock soars toward best day since 2017 after big beat on user growth

Twitter Inc. cracked $1 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time this holiday season while coming in ahead of Wall Street’s expectations for user growth. See full story.

Sen. Sherrod Brown says Republicans acquitted Trump out of fear

“Fear has a way of bending us,” Brown said in a New York Times op-ed. See full story.

Coronavirus update: 565 deaths, more than 28,000 cases worldwide, Yum China reports ‘significant interruption’

There are now 28,256 confirmed coronavirus cases in 25 countries and at least 565 deaths, according to the latest figures from the World Health Organization (WHO). See full story.


These people are eating less meat to help the planet, and so can you. See full story.

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