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March 19, 2019, 5:00 p.m. EDT

What ‘Fed drift’ says about how the stock market behaves around policy meetings

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MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

Research shows stocks tend to rally over the three-day period surrounding the conclusion of a Fed policy meeting — a fact investors should keep in mind in an increasingly algo-driven trading environment, says one market analyst. See full story.

Capt. Sullenberger on the FAA and Boeing: ‘Our credibility as leaders in aviation is being damaged’

The ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ pilot says the Boeing 737 Max controversy is ‘unprecedented’ and an ‘ugly saga.’ See full story.

The lawyers who took on Big Tobacco are aiming at Realtors and their 6% fee

A new class-action lawsuit takes aim at real estate agents and the tools they use to do business, and housing industry watchers say it could revolutionize the way Americans buy and sell the biggest asset they’ll ever own. See full story.

Dow chart flashes bullish ‘golden cross’ just 3 months after a bearish ‘death cross’

A bullish “golden cross” pattern has appeared in the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s chart, to suggest a new longer-term uptrend has begun, exactly three months after the appearance of the opposite “death cross.” See full story.

Catastrophe struck when my husband was killed. Here’s what I learned about creating a ‘what if’ plan

Making big and often very hard decisions during a stressful and emotional situation adds more pain, suffering and confusion to what is already a terrible or even traumatic time. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

10% of parents say the benefits of extracurricular activities don’t justify the expense, a recent study found. See full story.

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