NewsWatch: Stocks to march higher, but switch into value delayed until virus fears recede, strategist argues

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The combination of low inflation risk, solid growth outlook, and high earnings yields will keep driving stocks higher, argues one strategist. See full story.

Apple’s coronavirus warning wasn’t a total surprise, but magnitude rattles Wall Street

Investors may face a rocky session for Apple shares on Tuesday after its coronavirus-linked warning, but bullish investors are looking past it. See full story.

HSBC to cut 35,000 jobs as part of plan to scale back operations

HSBC Holdings PLC said it would cut 35,000 jobs and $100 billion in assets in the next three years as it scales back its operations in the U.S., mainland Europe and its investment bank. See full story.

Bombs, bats, ants and now trees — Tesla’s big green hurdle in Germany

Tesla’s gigafactory in Germany has run into another hiccup. Environmentalists have stopped it from pulling down trees, claiming potential damage to the water supply . See full story.

If you could buy only one stock for 5G and artificial intelligence exposure, this would be it

Look at Applied Materials See full story.


Many people put too much trust in tax professionals: Here’s what hiring a tax pro doesn’t buy you. See full story.

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