NewsWatch: Here’s where investors see a market bubble — and it isn’t stocks, says Bank of America


Our call of the day from Bank of America narrows down where investors see the most risk these days. Fingers are pointing at the world’s most popular cryptocurrency. See full story.

Business unusual: wearable tech, touchless surfaces and office ‘mud rooms’

Companies, at least those with the budget to adapt, believe that touchless elevators and doors, wearables, mask technology, air and surface cleansers, reconfigured offices with flexible schedules, on-site temperature taking and contact tracing will play roles in easing the concerns of jittery workers. See full story.

‘Optimism has huge risks’: Why new investors, excited by GameStop’s rollercoaster ride, should rethink their rose-colored glasses

A new survey looks at the differing attitudes of new and experienced investors. See full story.

Watch out Tesla. This new Mercedes-Benz ‘could be a game changer,’ says Deutsche Bank.

The full-size luxury EQS sedan will launch on Thursday and could completely change the public perception of Mercedes, Deutsche Bank analysts said. See full story.

Bitcoin sets new record, trading above $63,000 ahead of Coinbase IPO

Bitcoin rose to a new record on Tuesday, with the cryptocurrency lurching higher in European hours. See full story.


This Mercedes is the finest S-Class you can buy, and the price reflects that, but the Maybach name gets you a lot. Leather scent, or floral? See full story.

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