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May 27, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EDT

Nasdaq and S&P 500 turn negative as stocks lose buoyancy amid U.S.-China spat

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U.S. stocks slipped Wednesday, led by technology stocks, as worries about escalating tensions between the China and the U.S. edged out optimism over businesses reopening as the coronavirus pandemic recedes and economic aid packages by governments. See full story.

Trump threatens to ‘close’ social-media platforms as he fights with Twitter

President Donald Trump escalated an attack on social-media giants on Wednesday, threatening to “close them down” a day after Twitter Inc. marked his tweets with a fact-check warning label for the first time. See full story.

With over 35 million people filing for unemployment since March, $1,200 stimulus checks are only a Band-Aid for Americans

Economic impact payments would cover less than half of the average family’s monthly expenses, a new study found. See full story.

Here’s why Warren Buffett made a huge mistake selling his airline stocks

Industry insiders at these airlines are buying up shares of their companies. See full story.

‘I’m terrified’ — as the U.S. begins to reopen, one small business owner prepares for a ‘dicey’ summer

Rob Anderson, chef and owner of the Canteen in Provincetown, Mass., expressed his concerns in an op-ed for The Atlantic this week over what a packed summer season could ultimately mean for his business and the people in his small town. See full story.


First, face the problem. Then tackle credit cards with the highest interest rates. See full story.

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