NewsWatch: Are stock investors too complacent about a full-scale blowup between China and the U.S.? Here’s what Wall Street experts say

NewsWatch: Are stock investors too complacent about a full-scale blowup between China and the U.S.? Here’s what Wall Street experts say

24 May    Finance News
MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

China and the U.S. are back in the headlines — but are investors paying sufficient attention to the risks of a geopolitical clash? See full story.

Now I totally get why my father was so frugal

He saved rusty nails and soap chips. These days, plenty of people are doing it. See full story.

Three post-coronacrisis scenarios, and how to invest for each, according to UBS

Depending on your view of how the next few months go, UBS Wealth Management has a set of investing options for each of three scenarios. See full story.

The U.S. is in ‘relative decline’ as ‘Chinese power is rapidly rising,’ warns Ray Dalio

The days of U.S. hegemony are numbered and China is waiting in the wings, argues Ray Dalio, in his most recent missive on LinkedIn. See full story.

Alibaba sees China retail volume growing near pre-pandemic levels but stock falls amid U.S.-China tensions

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. said that volume on its China retail marketplaces was back to growing near pre-pandemic levels, but its shares dropped about 4% in Friday morning trading on a weak day for Chinese internet stocks given new fears about U.S.-China relations. See full story.

MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE

The pace of homeowners requesting mortgage relief because of the coronavirus pandemic has slowed considerably. See full story.

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