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One thing that bubbles have in common? The unpredictable consequences of economy-wide innovations.
Super Bowl regular Budweiser will skip the big day. Companies like Robinhood and DoorDash want to boost brand awareness.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel concluded an EU business deal with China just before the new year that could disadvantage the U.S.
Built in to market moves Wednesday morning are predictions about government spending, antitrust scrutiny and more.
The list includes dwindling trust funds for Social Security and Medicare and potential bubbles in the housing and stock markets.
by David Brancaccio , Nancy Marshall-Genzer , Nova Safo , Rose Conlon , Meredith Garretson , Erika Soderstrom and Alex SchroederDec 21, 2020
The headline items are $600 checks to individuals and an additional $300 per week in unemployment benefits for many.