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Nov. 24, 2020, 5:00 p.m. EST

Dow ends above 30,000 for first time on progress toward a coronavirus vaccine and a Biden administration

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U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday, with the Dow surpassing the 30,000 landmark, as investors cheered progress towards a COVID-19 vaccine and towards the inauguration of a Biden administration. See full story.

The Trump administration may privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — and it could disrupt the nation’s housing-finance system

Fannie and Freddie’s regulator is reportedly considering an attempt to end government control over the mortgage giants before Joe Biden enters the White House. See full story.

Elon Musk is now world’s second-richest person, as net worth has grown more than $100 billion this year

The Bloomberg Billionaires Index on Monday ranked the Tesla Inc. chief executive -- with a $127.9 billion fortune -- above Bill Gates -- at $127.7 billion -- for the first time. See full story.

‘That’s why I f— with Netflix’: Dave Chappelle convinced the streaming giant to remove ‘Chappelle’s Show’ while he’s not getting paid for it

Chappelle calls out ViacomCBS and its shareholders for licensing his hit Comedy Central show without giving him a cut See full story.

I’m 65, have $500,000 in cash, no ‘impressive’ work résumé and am terrified of investing — can I retire?

Have a question about your retirement? Email us See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

'I don’t have the luxury of offering 30% off everything,' said one small-business owner. See full story.

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