U.S. stocks look set to start Monday on the back foot ahead of key inflation data and earnings reports later in the week. See full story.
Powell says ‘it will be a while’ before Fed taps the brakes on economy
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell on Sunday said “it will be a while” before the conditions are in place for the central bank to tap the brakes to try to cool the economy off. See full story.
Biden’s infrastructure plan seeks to solve longstanding problem with the internet, but will face familiar opposition
Could President Biden’s proposed $2 trillion infrastructure plan do for the internet what it promises to do for the nation’s decaying bridges, roads, ports, airports, and transit systems? See full story.
Alibaba shares jump after record antitrust fine by China
Shares of Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd. surged more than 5% Monday in Hong Kong trading, after the e-commerce giant was fined a record $2.8 billion by China’s antitrust regulator. See full story.
Why this cannabis giant is betting on Europe to build a war chest ahead of the U.S. legalization bonanza
Cannabis deals in Europe will help pot giant Aphria build up a war chest ahead of an expected frenzy of M&A in the U.S., the company’s chair and chief executive told MarketWatch ahead of the group’s earnings on Monday. See full story.
The GMC Hummer promises a 300-mile electric range and off-road chops. Here’s photos, pricing and more. See full story.