The stock market’s historic bounce on Tuesday may signal a near-term low is in process, but history reminds that big rebounds are often followed by new lows, notes one chart watcher. See full story.

Gov. Cuomo says $2 trillion stimulus bill is ‘terrible’ for New York

He also renews call for more ventilators as COVID-19 cases in the state rise. See full story.

Market got you down? How to construct a comeback portfolio

The 2020 stock-market blues: How to get it right, starting now See full story.

Germany and the Netherlands seem to fight off the virus better than most. Here’s why

The Netherlands and Germany both showed glimmers of hope in the battle to combat coronavirus on Wednesday, as the numbers of cases in New York rose rapidly. See full story.

Bill Gates on Trump call for quick end to lockdown: It’s tough to tell people ‘keep going to restaurants, go buy new houses, ignore that pile of bodies over in the corner’

Bill Gates told Vox Media during an interview that “it’s very irresponsible for somebody to suggest that we can have the best of both worlds,” referring to mitigating the impact of the deadly pathogen on human lives and keeping the economy whirring normally. See full story.


When it comes to the coronavirus crisis at work, keeping in touch and talking is key. See full story.