Table of Contents
- 1 MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE
- 2 Why Oct. 9 is a day that lives in infamy among stock investors
- 3 Mitch McConnell meets with pot execs in California, pitched need for cannabis banking reform
- 4 What a Trump vs. Warren 2020 showdown would mean for the U.S. dollar
- 5 Here’s how to play the trade war with ETFs
- 6 MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE
MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE
Federal tax relief for new homeowners would help millennials and support prices, writes Sanjiv Das. See full story.
Why Oct. 9 is a day that lives in infamy among stock investors
Two major stock market trend changes have occurred on this day since 2000, Mark Hulbert writes. See full story.
Mitch McConnell meets with pot execs in California, pitched need for cannabis banking reform
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a longtime opponent of reforming marijuana laws, is spending more time than usual thinking about cannabis on a trip to California this week. See full story.
What a Trump vs. Warren 2020 showdown would mean for the U.S. dollar
President Trump doesn’t care for a strong dollar — but neither does Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren. With Warren’s rise in the polls causing heartburn on Wall Street, one strategist took a look at what the 2020 presidential race could mean for the currency. See full story.
Here’s how to play the trade war with ETFs
Investors looking to hedge against, or make money from, the ongoing U.S.-China trade war can pick from a range of exchange-traded funds. Here are some suggestions from two ETF industry veterans. See full story.
MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE
Friday’s top personal finance stories See full story.