U.S. lawmakers late Monday approved billions of dollars in new stimulus spending aimed at individuals and businesses struggling through the coronavirus pandemic, in a package whose highlights include direct checks to Americans and a second round of what’s known as the Paycheck Protection Program. Here are some highlights of what Congress has approved. See full story.
What Tesla now means for your 401(k)
The easy money in Tesla has already been made — and not by you See full story.
These U.S. real estate markets are poised for a post-pandemic boom
The pandemic has upended the country’s housing markets, and some cities and regions are better positioned to bounce back than others. See full story.
Here’s what we know so far about the new strain of COVID-19
A new strain of COVID-19 identified by researchers in the United Kingdom has set off concern about the possibility of a more infectious variant of the coronavirus moving into the U.S. at a time when cases are at all-time highs. See full story.
The stock market’s strongest days of the year are right around the corner
Three seasonal patterns will merge after Christmas. See full story.
‘I also know people who made over $100,000 in 2019, but can’t get a stimulus because of their 2019 tax return’ See full story.