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.
Ready for another Big Tech hearing/earnings doubleheader?
Three months ago, Big Tech’s biggest names traipsed into a Congressional hearing to be berated by politicians for their business dominance, then paraded in front of Wall Street a day later to be cheered for their financial dominance. Somebody must have enjoyed that, because it is about to happen all over again. See full story.
Trump, Biden debate pitches fail to make mark with these Pennsylvania voters
Despite a more civil and often substantive discussion of important issues for voters in the Keystone State than in the first presidential debate earlier this month, voters here told MarketWatch that the proceeding did little to change their minds, just 12 days from Election Day. See full story.
Markets are driving shift to green energy away from oil and gas dependence regardless of election winner — the difference is how fast
The U.S. will transition to a clean-energy mix regardless of who wins the White House. But the pace of that change, and with it, the toll on the environment, could look dramatically different depending on the election outcome. See full story.
The inventor of the ‘4% rule’ just changed it
Bill Bengen says the now-iconic rule was always treated too simplistically See full story.
The help that Americans have been getting with rent, unemployment benefits, student loans, paid leave and more is scheduled to end soon. See full story.