NewsWatch: Dow, S&P 500 under pressure early Monday as tech stocks slump

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U.S. stocks head lower Monday morning, with technology shares under selling pressure, following the worst week for the three main equity benchmarks in nearly thee months on the back of fears of rising inflation. See full story.

Almost half U.S. population is partially vaccinated against COVID-19, but Asia remains a hot spot

The U.S. COVID-19 vaccine drive is showing marked progress in reducing infections, hospitalizations and deaths with new cases down 32% in the last two weeks, according to a New York Times tracker, and almost 50% of Americans are partially vaccinated. See full story.

‘Bitcoin is melting.’ Here’s what a 30% drop from highs in the crypto may say about stock-market risk sentiment

What does a meltdown in bitcoin prices over the weekend portend for stocks? See full story.

This robot-run fund loaded up on Tesla because it thinks the stock will soar. It’s been right before.

An exchange-traded fund driven by artificial intelligence has just loaded up on shares in Tesla — and it has a history of correctly predicting the stock’s price swings. See full story.

It’s Tax Day: From stimulus checks to bitcoin, here’s a checklist of important reminders

There’s still time to shrink your tax bill in this unusual tax season. See full story.


Bettors may have to pay federal and state taxes on sports betting winnings if certain thresholds are met See full story.

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