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Why the coronavirus outbreak could trigger a stock-market pullback

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MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

The spread of the potentially deadly coronavirus could be the catalyst for a near-term stock-market pullback, analysts say. See full story.

‘The president did absolutely nothing wrong’: Trump’s lawyers kick off impeachment defense

President Donald Trump’s lawyers began delivering their opening arguments in his historic impeachment trial on Saturday, telling senators the president “did absolutely nothing wrong” and charging that Democrats are trying to keep the Republican off the ballot in the upcoming election. See full story.

‘Kids that don’t fail are normally frugal.' Wealth advisers say Meghan and Harry’s lifestyle already raises red flags

Early money moves by the royal couple look troubling. See full story.

Apple earnings: A year after holiday misfire, Apple is worth twice as much

After a big holiday disappointment last year, Apple heads into its Tuesday earnings report amid heavy investor optimism for services and iPhones. See full story.

U.S. plans to evacuate Americans with charter flight from epidemic stricken Wuhan

The U.S. government is arranging a charter flight Sunday to evacuate its citizens and diplomats from the epidemic-stricken Chinese city of Wuhan to the U.S. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

‘My father gave me half of the ownership of the house when he died. If I ask her to leave and buy her out, she would be homeless or stuck at a retirement home.’ See full story.

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