NewsWatch: Why oil prices just crashed into negative territory — 4 things investors need to know

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An oil futures contract just closed in negative territory for the first time ever. Here’s why, and what it says about the market and the economy. See full story.

Warren Buffett’s favorite stock-market indicator ‘scares the bejeezus’ out of this investor

Billionaire investor Howard Marks just told CNBC on Monday that “the world is more screwed up” than what the action in the stock market might lead you to believe. Gary Evans of the Global Macro Monitor blog would agree. See full story.

Product shortages, order backlogs and federal disarray hampering ramp-up of coronavirus testing

Public health experts say fast, widespread testing is a key requirement for safely reopening businesses and returning to something close to normal life. See full story.

Neiman Marcus is likely just the start: Analysts expect 100,000 stores to close by 2025

UBS analysts think permanent store closures will jump as the coronavirus pandemic speeds e-commerce adoption. See full story.

One $1,200 stimulus check won’t cut it. Give Americans $2,000 a month tax-free to fire up the economy

Emergency Money for the People Act covers what the CARES Act missed, writes Rep. Tim Ryan. See full story.


‘The iron burn on my hand and the sliced finger glued back together don’t deter me from my mission.’ See full story.

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