NewsWatch: Stock market investors’ motto — ‘in central banks we trust’ — is still working

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Liquidity injections are prompting a rise in stock prices. See full story.

‘Everyone is exhausted by this president’: Bill Weld on why he’s challenging Donald Trump

Bill Weld has qualified praise for Donald Trump’s tax law, and says the president is free to point to stock-market conditions as he seeks a second term. But, says the former Massachusetts governor, who’s challenging Trump for the Republican nomination, there’s one major problem. See full story.

Sanders, Buttigieg chase New Hampshire Democrats as Trump crashes the party

New Hampshire Democrats will vote Tuesday in what’s become an increasingly tight primary race between Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders — but not before Donald Trump shows up to crash the party. See full story.

Coronavirus spread outside of China may be ‘tip of the iceberg,’ says WHO chief

The spread of the virus between people who haven’t been to China triggers a warning from the World Health Organization’s head, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. See full story.

Too many taxpayers are missing the chance to file taxes for free — here’s how you can avoid that

A new audit digs into the Free File Program. See full story.


Attorneys for Douglas Hodge said their client deserved leniency because he had donated more than $30 million to charity. See full story.

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