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NewsWatch: Forget earnings season. What’s the rest of 2020 going to look like?

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There will be very little useful guidance from U.S. corporations in the earnings reporting season starting mid-July on what the rest of 2020 will look like for the stock market and analysts are very divided on the outlook See full story.

Here’s the latest on what we know works — and doesn’t work — in treating coronavirus infections

Steroids and Remdesivir have already been shown to help fight COVID-19. It’s too early to judge on a couple of other possibilities. See full story.

Do these simple things to turn your retirement savings into big money

You do have some control over your financial future See full story.

After Confederate statues controversy, Native American lawmakers ask, ‘What about Jackson?’

Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, died in 1845. Tennessee gave a statue of him to the Capitol in 1928. But the conflict over his legacy continues today for Native Americans. See full story.

The Facebook ad boycott could pay off for companies more than advertising on Facebook

Boycotting Facebook Inc. may be more cost-effective in elevating brand names and appealing to socially-conscious consumers for advertisers who were already looking to shave millions in ad spending, experts told MarketWatch amid a high-profile protest of the social-media platform. See full story.

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Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was speaking at a House hearing on the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic. See full story.

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