NewsWatch: U.S. adds 1.76 million jobs in July as hiring slows after fresh coronavirus outbreak

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The labor market suffered a setback in July as the U.S. only added 1.8 million jobs, reflecting a sharp slowdown since the late spring and underscoring the fragile nature of an economic recovery with the coronavirus still running rampant. See full story.

Bank of America strategist: ‘I’m so bearish, I’m bullish’

With liquidity in ample supply, one strategist says the S&P 500 will continue to march higher — for a bit. See full story.

Trump reimposes tariffs on Canadian aluminum, directs U.S. government to buy ‘essential’ drugs from American companies

President Donald Trump say he has reimposed some tariffs on Canadian aluminum and signed an executive order that requires the U.S. government purchase “essential” drugs from American companies. See full story.

Trump’s ban against WeChat owner Tencent could have huge implications for U.S. companies

Did President Donald Trump just blow up the U.S. videogame industry? See full story.

Gold is a foolish place to put your money right now if you check the facts

Gold slumps when its inflation-adjusted price is as high as it is now, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.


15 adults were hospitalized in New Mexico and Arizona for drinking methanol-laced sanitizer, and four died See full story.

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