NewsWatch: Stock-market investors are ‘staring down the barrel of seasonal weakness for next 3 months’


It’s the most unfavorable time of the year when it comes to stock-market “seasonality” — and while that’s usually not enough to dictate market calls, it’s worth paying attention to, a top Wall Street chart watcher warns. See full story.

Facebook blows past estimates, but warns growth will ‘decelerate’ in second half of year

Facebook Inc. is the latest tech giant to cash in on a surge in digital advertising, but worrisome guidance in the second half of the year initially sent its shares down 5% in extended trading Wednesday. See full story.

Simone Biles’s Olympics withdrawal shines a light on mental-health issues in the workplace, experts say

Mental-health issues result in a $1 trillion hit to the global economy because of lost productivity, according to the World Health Organization. See full story.

Apple’s blowout earnings didn’t help its stock, and here’s why

Apple Inc.’s stunning fiscal third quarter was overshadowed by the company’s forecast for slowing growth in September quarter, putting a damper on its record results. See full story.

Restaurants tell customers, ‘No vax, no service’ as delta variant spreads

As COVID cases increase, establishments are requiring customers to prove they’re fully vaccinated, and they’re running into protests in the process See full story.


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