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Oct. 26, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EDT

It’s been years since investors have been this fearful of a stock market crash, Nobel-winning economist warns

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Robert Shiller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist and Yale University professor, urges investors to take a cautious approach to the top-heavy stock market in a recent op-ed for the New York Times. See full story.

How are we going to get control of this pandemic? We’re not, says President Trump’s chief of staff

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows gets in a heated exchange on CNN over the coronavirus and Vice President Mike Pence's actions in the wake of his chief of staff and other key members of his inner circle testing positive in recent days. See full story.

The U.S. could be looking at ‘severely’ limited growth even after the pandemic, warns top hedge-fund exec

Bob Prince, co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund at Bridgewater Associates, shared his outlook on the global economy with Bloomberg TV. See full story.

How reverse mortgages could backfire for many retirees

Homes owned for 30 or 40 years can be swiftly foreclosed on if the homeowner falls behind on taxes and insurance payments. See full story.

Stock-market investors brace for busiest week of earnings in October’s final hurrah

The S&P 500's tech giants will vie for attention as they barrage the market with third-quarter earnings in the week before the Nov. 3 election. See full story.


‘It’s not unusual for people not to be aware of the specifics they are being afforded by their employers, sadly.’ See full story.

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