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Financial Daily Dose 3.11.2020 | Top Story: US Markets Officially Hit Bear Territory as COVID-19 Fallout Continues

BY: Michael D. Reif | March 12, 2020

Go ahead and put Tuesday, March 11th in the history books. The same day the WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak as an official pandemic, the US stock market’s 11-year bull run officially came to an end, with the Dow closing 20% below its high from just a month ago. The S&P 500 was right on … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 3.11.2020 | Top Story: New Wells Fargo CEO Scharf Emerges Unscathed After House Testimony

BY: Michael D. Reif | March 11, 2020

Wells Fargo’s latest CEO, Charles Scharf—the bank’s third chief in the past four years—faced a hostile but less pitchfork-and-torch wielding House Financial Services Committee hearing on Tuesday, distancing himself from his predecessors and stressing the bank’s renewed efforts at “appeasing . . . regulators” – NYTimes and WSJ and MarketWatch PepsiCo is closing in on … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 1.28.2020 | Top Story: Markets Tumble as Fears Spread Over Coronavirus Epidemic

BY: Michael D. Reif | January 28, 2020

A mounting death toll (over 106 and counting) and fears of a coronavirus pandemic sent markets tumbling early on Monday and kicked off a selloff that continued all day – NYTimes and MarketWatch and WSJ and Bloomberg General Motors announced that it will pour $2.2 billion into an underused Detroit manufacturing facility so it can … Continue reading