Stock prices are quite high when judged by the cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio, but Robert Shiller says low interest rates may justify higher equity prices and CAPE ratios. See full story.
Dow pushes back above 30,000 as stocks build on historic November rally
U.S. stocks trade solidly higher, with equities aiming to build on a historic November rally. See full story.
‘100% of Americans that want the vaccine will have had the vaccine’ by June, says Operation Warp Speed official
A top official of Operation Warp Speed — the U.S. government’s massive effort to develop and distribute a coronavirus vaccine — confidently predicted Monday that everyone who wants a vaccine will be able to get one by June. See full story.
3 potential scenarios for Tesla’s stock — none of them are good
Tesla shares are up almost 600% this year, surpassing Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway with an eye-popping $555 billion valuation that dwarfs all car-making rivals. But will it last? See full story.
Zoom sales more than quadruple again, but stock still drops
Zoom Video Communications Inc. reported another blockbuster quarter Monday, as the company’s videoconferencing software continued to be a lifeline for users during the COVID-19 pandemic. See full story.
People also created themed playlists for Black Lives Matter, working from home — and haircuts? See full story.