There is a wider than usual dispersion in the returns of individual stocks as the market matures. See full story.
‘Employers can freely bomb workers with a message of anxiety and uncertainty’: After Amazon workers beat the union – is collective bargaining over?
“The balance of the labor law is in favor of employers,” said Rebecca Kolins Givan, associate professor at the Rutgers School of Management and Industrial Relations. See full story.
Dividend shares are no longer popular, but here are 19 things Wall Street loves
They have a dividend yield of 3.50% or more, and the majority of them have a “buy” rating set by analysts. See full story.
Bitcoin bull Novogratz says the US faces an ‘existential crisis’ if it fails to make a digital dollar anytime soon
Wealthy investor Mike Novogratz says the United States has its fate in its own hands but will face a serious competitive disadvantage if it does not launch a digital dollar soon. See full story.
Will you give your children COVID-19 vaccine when they qualify? Only half of US parents say yes
‘Parents need education and additional information to make them comfortable before deciding to vaccinate their child.’ See full story.
‘There is some evidence that the likelihood of suicide decreases shortly after a disaster.’ See full story.