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Top Ten: Weekend reads: Following Tesla and Apple, more stock splits are coming and they can help you make money

 

Also, Kamala Harris and the markets, how Republicans and Democrats should vote in November and how market timers did after the March crash.

The stock market would love a Democratic sweep in November

 

Democrats would support more stimulus and spending.

Key Words: CDC director warns America is in for the ‘worst fall … we’ve ever had’

 

The coronavirus isn’t the only public health crisis looming this autumn.

Market Extra: Goldman gets rosier on ‘junk’ rated companies, trims default forecast to 10.5%

 

After three blistering months of defaults, the worst might be over for U.S. speculative-grade companies, says Goldman Sachs analysts, who this week cut back their initial 13% default estimate for 2020.

Personal Finance Daily: How the U.S. can emulate South Korea, Singapore and New Zealand to control the coronavirus and refinancing your mortgage will cost more thanks to a new fee

 

Friday's top personal finance stories

Weekend Sip: This high-end Venezuelan rum is trying to help unemployed bartenders during the pandemic

 

This rum ‘is a delicate and delightful sip.’

Medill News Service: China is far behind farm purchases needed to fulfill terms of trade deal with U.S.

 

China has bought less than one-fourth of the $36.6 billion in U.S. agriculture products necessary to meet its goals under the phase one trade deal reached earlier this year.

In Battle Royale against Apple, Spotify and Match Group throw support behind ‘Fortnite’-developer Epic Games

 

“Fortnite” creator Epic Games is geared up for a fight against Big Tech, and it is winning the support of other prominent app developers in the process.

NewsWatch: The stock market would love a Democratic sweep in November

 

Democrats would support more stimulus and spending.

Market Snapshot: Dow finishes with small gain after weaker-than-expected rise in retail sales

 

U.S. stocks spent most of the day hovering around the flat line after a weaker-than-forecast July rise in retail sales.

 

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