NewsWatch: Coronavirus creates a market of ‘haves and have-nots,’ with the Dow posting its best 2-week run in 82 years amid 22 million job losses

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Shall the last turn out to be first? That is essentially the question that Wall Street may be considering in a market that is attempting to stage a lasting rebound after being shocked lower by the worst public-health crisis in a century. See full story.

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Tax Guy answers reader questions about the $1,200 payments many Americans will receive under the CARES Act. See full story.

High school seniors should take next year off in light of the coronavirus, college professor says

Nobody at this point knows whether colleges will offer face-to-face instruction in the fall. Dorms and cafeterias, up in the air. Sports teams, who knows? So many questions and so few answers. See full story.

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These MarketWatch articles from the past week offer ways to manage your financial portfolio and invest strategically. See full story.

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Tax Guy answers reader questions about the $1,200 payments many Americans will receive under the CARES Act. See full story.

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