Democrats are less likely than their Republican counterparts to trust others regarding vaccination status, according to a new survey. See full story.
I’m sick of the Arizona heat. I want to move to a place with low humidity and a low cost of living — and I don’t want to move to a blue state
‘In an ideal world, it would have an awesome view, where I can build a 700 to 800 square-foot tiny home and have a two-car garage.’ See full story.
Bitcoin and bonds won’t cut it. Buy these 6 types of assets for protection in a bear market, says strategist.
Just because a quiet summer for stocks may be in store, that doesn’t mean investors should kick back and relax in the sun just yet. Major risks to stocks remain. See full story.
ETF Wrap: Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment funds aim for a comeback, and more bitcoin ETF applications
Every week we highlight the most timely exchange-traded fund news, from new launches to inflows and performance. See full story.
Unemployment claims fall to new pandemic low of 406,000 as layoffs wane
New applications for regular unemployment benefits fell in late May for the fourth week in a row as the economic recovery from the waning coronavirus pandemic induced companies to hire more workers. Initial jobless claims sank 38,000 to 406,000. See full story.
‘What do you suppose my moral obligations are here?’ See full story.