Stocks head lower Wednesday, after a report on private-sector jobs for July came in much weaker than expected, setting the stage for the monthly nonfarm-payrolls report on Friday to disappoint as investors assess the economy’s recovery from COVID-19 amid the spread of the delta variant. See full story.
FDA aims for full approval of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine by Labor Day: report
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is aiming to grant full approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine by Labor Day or sooner, according to a new report. See full story.
Biden administration issues targeted new eviction moratorium
The previous eviction moratorium expired on Saturday, sparking outcries from liberal politicians and consumer advocates. See full story.
A financial check-up today could help your retired self in the future
What can you do to increase your net worth? See full story.
Short sellers didn’t pounce when China stocks tumbled
According to an analysis from S3 Partners, short sellers have largely stayed away, preferring to ride out existing bets against these firms rather than initiate new shorts. See full story.
Today’s Costa del Sol could be La Jolla, Ventura, Laguna Beach, or Santa Barbara 50 years ago. See full story.