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On a day that started with good news on an experimental COVID-19 vaccine, with the stock market showing strong early gains, today’s report is more visual and less wordy than normal.

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Why did stocks rise over the past month despite grim economic news? The Federal Reserve’s massive liquidity injection is one reason.
State revenues have been hammered in the wake of the coronavirus. Does that mean investors should shy away from municipal bonds?
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It is becoming increasingly clear that the massive global stimulus is being financed by a rise in money, not debt.
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Investing in oil-linked ETPs in hopes of high returns? A Schwab ETP professional provides expertise and insight on why you should proceed with caution.
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Both the bear market and subsequent rally have occurred at warp speed; yet the economic recovery may be disappointing to what the market’s now “priced in.”
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Negative corporate news and economic data buffeted stocks, after markets racked up wins in April.
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Was your tax refund smaller than in previous years? Did you owe more than usual? Here’s why.
With the Senate heading back to Washington on Monday, a host of challenges—logistical, political, and practical—exist. How will Congress navigate them, and what will matter most to investors?
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The FOMC restated its commitment to use its full range of tools to support the virus-crippled economy and keep markets functioning smoothly.
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