NewsWatch: Trump makes the case for chloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment, though it has not been approved by the FDA for this illness

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President Donald Trump and the Food and Drug Administration commissioner appeared to exchange conflicting statements about how a decades-old antimalaria drug is being used to treat COVID-19. See full story.

Surviving the coronavirus crash: ‘You make most of your money in a bear market; you just don’t realize it at the time’

Value investing offers a way to weather Mr. Market’s moods, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson. See full story.

The stock market may bottom long before the coronavirus epidemic peaks, analysts say

Severe bearish sentiment and rising bond yields could be signs of a rebound in equity prices See full story.

‘The sunbathers all seemed to be talking about coronavirus’: Australians brace for the end of summer — and the start of flu season

‘Aussies are a relaxed bunch, but this will test us all.’ See full story.

Mortgage rates surge to highest level since January even though the Fed just brought interest rates to 0% — here’s why

Mortgage rates experienced the largest weekly increase since 2016. See full story.


Consumers can get relief from payments and fees during the public-health crisis — but that help doesn’t necessarily come automatically. See full story.

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