We may be retrenching to the stock market-economy disconnect of the spring, and some analysts think something’s gotta give.
President Donald Trump and Speaker Nancy Pelosi traded barbs on Sunday over who was to blame for the impasse over another round of coronavirus relief.
For those of you expecting the world to return to some sense of normalcy by the time 2021 rolls around, the JPMorgan Chase boss has a message:
“The thing we like about tech stocks is that we see a lot of runway for them to grow the dividends, first and foremost,” says Mike Barclay, co-manager of the $24 billion Columbia Dividend Income fund.
A simple cauliflower soup gets a little kick from harissa, along with richness — and texture — from sliced almonds.
A more condensed October schedule, brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, means that teams may need to let starters pitch deeper into games.
New England’s game against Denver has been postponed further. The status of Tennessee’s Tuesday game against the Buffalo Bills is up in the air.
Developments appear to strengthen the hand of President Sooronbai Jeenbekov in the short term, though he has said that he would heed calls to resign if parliament could establish a new cabinet.
Review | V.E. Schwab Delivers Another Compulsively Readable Novel With ‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’www.washingtonpost.com -
The epic, unfolding over centuries, follows a dreamer and artist who strikes a dangerous deal with the god of darkness.
The reports of attacks dent hopes that a Russia-brokered cease-fire announced the previous day will hold following two weeks of fierce clashes over the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Review | Can’t Get Enough Game of Thrones or Star Wars? New Editions on Cult Favorites Are Here to Satisfy.www.washingtonpost.com -
Escape again into the worlds created by George R.R. Martin, Ray Bradbury, Lewis Carroll and more.
“I am very hard on myself when I’m working because it’s inch by inch.”
A reduction in working hours can boost workers’ well-being and productivity only up to a point, while there is no evidence that it increases employment, economic studies suggest.
Nicola Sturgeon has again urged Margaret Ferrier to quit as an MP over her decision to travel across Britain after testing positive for the coronavirus.Ms Ferrier, the SNP MP for Rutherglen & Hamilton
Three funds, which investors are betting stand to benefit from Joe Biden’s green-energy proposals, are up more than 80% this year.