NewsWatch: Tech’s COVID-19 boom won’t last forever, but it’s not going to end just yet


Tech giants across nearly every sector are expected to report solid earnings gains in both the coming quarter and the rest of 2021, as the pandemic accelerated nearly everything, from e-commerce to virtual work to cloud computing. See full story.

What does a strong reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine mean?

A doctor explains whether experiencing side effects from the Pfizer, Moderna or J&J vaccine signals how well your immune system is working. See full story.

Oil prices went negative a year ago: Here’s what traders have learned since

It’s been a year since the U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude futures settled at a negative price for the first time, and while prices have recovered to trade above pre-COVID-19 levels, the unprecedented drop will not be soon forgotten. See full story.

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong raised more than $290 million with share sales, and Fred Ehrsam raised nearly $112 million

Coinbase Global Inc. co-Founders Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam raked in a whole lot of fiat money when the cryptocurrency exchange went public last week through a direct listing. See full story.

Why it may still be early days for the stock-market reflation trade

The reflation trade — a bet that assets that benefit from a post-pandemic surge in growth and inflation will outperform safer assets — might not be as popular as many believe, say analysts at Jefferies. If so, the strategy may have plenty of room to run. See full story.


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