FIRST SIDE OF THE MARKET
The manufacturer of the iPhone announced that the board approved the division of shares. The split will hit record holders as of Aug. 24, and shares of Apple AAPL, which closed at $ 384.76 on Thursday, will be traded on the basis of a split adjusted on Aug. 31. See the full story.
Silver: the poor man’s gold already?
Investors focused on rising record gold prices, but silver rose nearly 25 percent in July – the record’s second-largest metal gain – and that’s still underestimated compared to the yellow metal. See the full story.
Dr. Osterholm: Americans will live with the coronavirus for decades
On January 20, just nine days after Chinese health authorities released the DNA sequence for a new coronavirus that is causing concern in China, Dr. Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist at the University of Minnesota, wrote in an email: “I̵
Apple and Amazon dominate the “no mouth or nose” economy, but 10% of jobs may never return, says strategist
Of course, the technological results have been great and they will continue to be during the pandemic. But expect bond yields to fall further, says one strategist. See the full story.
Why now the S&P 500 can be easier to win and what it means for your investment
Tesla will be the latest example of how joining the S&P 500 weakens the company’s stock performance, Mark Halbert writes. See the full story.
PERSONAL FINANCE MARKET
The proposed shield for liability under the Health Act allows consumers and employees to successfully sue for exposure to COVID-19 only if they can prove “gross negligence” or “willful misconduct”. See the full story.