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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Alex:

Banks lead stocks lower after the Fed caps their dividends

Financial companies led an early slide for stocks on Wall Street Friday after the Federal Reserve ordered many of the nation’s biggest banks to suspend buybacks of their stock and cap dividend payments for several months. → Read More

Stocks edge higher on Wall Street following mixed data

Stocks edged higher on Wall Street in early trading Thursday as investors weigh a mixed batch of economic reports highlighting the damage that the coronavirus lockdowns have inflicted on the economy. → Read More

Stocks rally worldwide on hopes for coming economic recovery

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks rose again Tuesday, part of a strong and worldwide rally for markets, after a big rebound in buying at U.S. stores and online raised hopes that the economy can escape i… → Read More

Temperature spike: Earth ties record high heat May reading

Temperature on land set a heat record, while ocean temperatures ranked second. → Read More

Temperature spike: Earth ties record high heat May reading

Temperature on land set a heat record, while ocean temperatures ranked second. → Read More

International students kept in Hawaii due to virus facing financial challenges

International college students who were unable to return home at the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic remain in Hawaii with limited means to work and get food. → Read More

Virtual ceremony for 4th anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre

In years past, members of the public gathered outside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando to remember the victims. → Read More

Fed: Will use ‘full range of tools’ to boost economy

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will testify before congressional committees on the new report Tuesday and Wednesday. → Read More

Stocks bounce higher on Wall Street a day after big rout

Stocks rose sharply in early trading on Wall Street Friday, as the market recouped some of its losses a day after its biggest rout since mid-March. → Read More

Livestreaming this weekend: ‘80s bands unite for COVID charity

A gaggle of ‘80s artists are staging a virtual benefit concert this weekend called “Back to the Basement.” → Read More

Stocks bounce higher on Wall Street a day after big rout

Stocks rose sharply in early trading on Wall Street Friday, as the market recouped some of its losses a day after its biggest rout since mid-March. → Read More

Microsoft joins Amazon, IBM in pausing face scans for police

Microsoft has become the third big tech company this week to say it won’t sell its facial recognition software to police, following similar moves by Amazon and IBM. → Read More

Dow sinks 1,800 as virus cases rise, deflating optimism

Stocks are falling sharply on Wall Street Thursday as coronavirus cases increase again, deflating recent optimism that the economy could recover quickly as lockdowns ease. → Read More

Dow sinks 1,800 as virus cases rise, deflating optimism

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than 1,800 points and the S&P 500 dropped 5.9%, its worst day since mid-March, when stocks had a number of harrowing falls as the virus lockdowns began. → Read More

Stocks open higher as investors hope for economic recovery

U.S. stock indexes are moving higher in early trading Tuesday, following broad gains in global markets as investors hope that the gradual lifting of coronavirus lockdown mandates will put economies ravaged by the outbreak on the path to recovery. → Read More

Stocks slip on Wall Street but still headed for weekly gain

U.S. stock indexes headed lower in early trading Friday as investors worry that the U.S. and China could be headed for another confrontation, this time over the autonomy of the former British colony of Hong Kong. → Read More

Wall Street up as recovery hopes overshadow virus worries

Stocks surged on Wall Street in early trading Tuesday, driving the S&P 500 to its highest level in nearly three months, as hopes for economic recovery overshadow worries about the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

US stocks rally on hopes for vaccine and economic recovery

Stocks rallied on Wall Street Monday as investors became hopeful that more progress was being made in getting countries past the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. The S&P 500 jumped 3.2%, erasing its losses from last week. Investors welcomed signs that European countries were taking more steps to lift lockdowns. They were also cheered by word from a drug company that it had encouraging results… → Read More

Asian shares track Wall Street retreat on virus rebound fear

Shares fell in Asia on Wednesday after Wall Street logged its biggest loss since the start of the month on worries about the downside of reopening the economy too soon. Benchmarks slid in Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong but rose in Taiwan. The S&P 500 dropped 2.1% to 2,870.12 on Tuesday after spending → Read More

Milwaukee police find 5 dead in house; suspect in custody

Chief Alfonso Morales said during a brief news conference that officers found five victims in the house on the city's north side. → Read More