NewsWatch: U.S. stocks edge lower as investors wade into earnings deluge


U.S. stocks are under pressure for a second day, with investors wading into a deluge of corporate results as earnings reporting season moves into full swing. See full story.

What is ‘Doge Day’? A push to drive dogecoin to the moon

It’s the day of the doge. At least, that’s how proponents of dogecoin have deemed April 20. See full story.

Global tally of COVID-19 cases top 142 million as India’s surge raises the alarm

The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 climbed above 142 million on Tuesday, and India remained a hot spot, recording more than 250,000 new infections and over 1,700 deaths in the past 24 hours alone. See full story.

As Kerry secures climate pledge with China, here’s what else to watch for at Biden’s Earth Day summit

Climate change has been a key topic in President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office and now the administration looks to reclaim a leadership position in the fight to slow man-made global warming with a closely watched global summit. See full story.

U.S. cannabis producers are now favored by Wall Street analysts, who’ve soured on Canadian companies

Volatility is a feature of the marijuana sector, where stock prices have pulled back. A new banking bill may give cannabis investors hope. See full story.


‘This disconnect between poverty and unemployment is not surprising.’ See full story.

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