NewsWatch: The stock market is ‘inching toward euphoria’, warn analysts at BofA


Fear that the equity-markets are getting a bit too ebullient is starting to emerge in a number of research reports as stocks trade near record levels. See full story.

Epic CEO said he decided to sue Apple because of App Store’s ‘negative impact’

Epic Games Inc. Chief Executive Tim Sweeney said he reluctantly decided to sue Apple Inc. despite his regard for the company and its products, setting in motion one of high tech’s most important court cases. See full story.

You need to prove you have this much in monthly income to legally retire in Europe, Asia and Latin America

The Cayman Islands’ new remote worker visa demands proof of income of at least $100,000 a year, for example See full story.

Homebuilder stocks are in a sweet spot, and they’re getting cheaper as earnings and sales estimates rise

Investors may be looking at a remarkable opportunity in the stock market, as homebuilders are trading low compared with the broad indexes. See full story.

McConnell predicts ‘zero’ Republican support for Biden jobs and families plan

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Democrats should expect “zero” support from his party for President Joe Biden’s new big-ticket infrastructure and social spending proposals. See full story.


The former head of the CFPB under Obama will take charge of the office that oversees many high-stakes aspects of paying for college in the U.S. See full story.

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