NewsWatch: What the Afghan government’s collapse might mean for the U.S. stock market


The impact of rising tensions in the Middle East to the stock market, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite Index trading at or near record highs, is unclear. See full story.

Meet the vaccine bouncers: ‘If our options are a complete lockdown or asking people to flash their card — I prefer the flashing of the card’

New York and San Francisco have proof of vaccination rules coming for indoor restaurants and bars, and some venues are going to great pains to enforce them. See full story.

This bond expert called the initial spike in interest rates. He now says a new chapter will emerge.

Citi’s former chief interest rate strategist expects bond yields to rise once more, saying a number of factors will lead to another bond conflagration. See full story.

Why won’t anyone hire this 60-year-old?

Has the system of employment search and response has become intrinsically biased toward younger people? See full story.

These are the car brands with the most inventory

Strong demand combined with unprecedented microchip shortages has made new cars quite tricky to find, but a few automakers still have an above-average supply. See full story.


‘I love him dearly, but the fact that he is not keeping his promises is really making me question if he truly cares for me.’ See full story.

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