NewsWatch: Trump acquitted by Senate, ending historic impeachment trial

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The Senate on Wednesday acquitted President Donald Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, capping the third impeachment trial in U.S. history as the 2020 race for the White House kicks into high gear. See full story.

Tesla shares’ ‘evening star’ chart pattern portends a reversal in progress

Tesla Inc.’s stock is selling off on Wednesday, but the real drama occurred during the previous session’s rally, when a short-term “spinning top” appeared as part of an “evening star” reversal pattern to warn that the dramatic rally may have finally succumbed to gravity. See full story.

Fed’s Daly on stock market gains: Maybe we’ve taught people ‘expansions do not die of old age’

San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said Wednesday that the stock market behavior shows optimism about the outlook and perhaps investors are no longer so worried that the expansion will die of old age. See full story.

Coronavirus update: at least 490 deaths, 12th U.S. case confirmed in Wisconsin, and Nike closes half of its stores in Chin

The number of coronavirus deaths and cases in China continues to rise. There are at least 490 deaths and 24,324 cases of coronavirus in China, according to the latest figures from China’s National Health Commission. See full story.

Mike Bloomberg tells MarketWatch about his approach to money, when to take a pay cut, and what’s in his wallet

The last time the author, MarketWatch editor-in-chief Jeremy Olshan, asked Bloomberg what he was most frugal about — back in 2010, when he wasn’t running for president — his answer was slightly more amusing: that he owned just two pairs of dress shoes. See full story.


Coronavirus is forcing colleges with high enrollment from China into delicate balancing act. See full story.