NewsWatch: Goldman Sachs warns of imminent risk for stocks due to complacency on coronavirus

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JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs are both worried about investor behavior right now. Our call of the day comes from the latter, who warns the coronavirus may be a bigger hit to U.S. earnings than investors think. See full story.

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Europe unveils its new digital strategy. Here’s what it means for Facebook, Google owner Alphabet, and Amazon

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Groupon needs a sale — its own

Online coupon company Groupon Inc., saying it has to go through a “profound change,” is getting rid of its ecommerce business and embarking on another restructuring, but it should face up to reality that it may be time to find a merger partner. See full story.

AMD, Ballard Power and two other stocks that are breaking out

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‘She tries to curb my outside activities, and basically wants me to bend to her will on anything and everything.’ See full story.

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