Ralph Lauren Purple Label / London / England

Singer-songwriter @siwon407  wears a Ralph Lauren Purple Label suit while attending #Wimbledonin  London, England. #RLPurpleLabelF #WimbledonFinalinal

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I know people ave predicted this for eternity but at some point the mindless, buy-the-dip, can’t-afford-not-to-be-in-this-market, index-uber-alles market will be over.

-Warren promises change to presidential clemency -Buttigieg meets with members of Congressional Black Caucus -South Carolina will hold its primary on Saturday Here’s the latest on the 2020 presidential race and what to watch today

SOLANO COUNTY HEALTH OFFICIALS STILL DON'T KNOW HOW PATIENT CONTRACTED COVID-19 - KTVU

The great Mississippi welfare fraud is worse than you think, with the nonprofit at the center spending $5 million on a volleyball arena/“wellness center” at @SouthernMiss . Details from @ayewolfe  #msleg 

Officials 'surprised' by colour-coded sports rorts spreadsheet. #auspol  #sportsrorts 

AHA & @ANANursingWorld  urged Congress to quickly fund health care readiness for #coronavirus  in a joint letter. Read more here: #AHAToday 

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We have McClellan Oscillator data going back to 1998. Today's reading of -127 was the 4th most oversold level out of 5,470 data points. The top 3: 1) Aug 8, 2011 2) May 20, 2010 3) Oct 9, 2008

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Junk bond yields are rising more rapidly than Treasury yields are falling. Even investment grade corporate bond yields rising lately. Higher borrowing costs fatal to share buybacks.

It's been a rough week on Wall Street, one of the roughest since 2008. But — and chances are you’ve heard this before — if you have money in the market and are starting to get stressed, the prevailing wisdom is: Don’t panic, just ride it out.

Global markets were down $1.83 trillion today, with the U.S. down $1.33 trillionGlobal markets are down $6.00 trillion over the past 6 days, with the U.S. down $4.01 trillion via @SPGlobal 

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