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1. Hey, Taxman, Leave Those Kids Alone21:45[−]
An overzealous IRS has changed its tune on in-game currency.

2. Apple's Virus Warning Takes Bite Out of Chip-Maker Stocks21:27[−]
Semiconductor stocks slid following Apple’s warning that its revenue would be hurt by China’s coronavirus outbreak.

3. U.S. Stocks Fall After Apple's Sales Warning21:01[−]
Major stock indexes fell after Apple warned that its revenue may be lower than forecast due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, one of the most significant indications yet of the impact on multinational businesses.

4. Palladium Prices Hit Record Despite Chinese Auto Disruption19:34[−]
The price of the metal, in high demand from auto makers seeking to meet tighter emissions standards, jumped 5.4% in New York, extending its advance in 2020 to 27.8%.

5. HSBC Plans to Cut 35,000 Jobs, $100 Billion of Assets19:20[−]
Europe’s biggest bank said it plans to scale back its operations in the U.S. and mainland Europe, as well as its investment bank, as it reported a sharp fall in net profit.

6. HSBC's Headless Restructuring Plan18:34[−]
HSBC’s interim chief executive Noel Quinn announced a sweeping overhaul of the bank’s business, but the board’s decision to hold off on confirmation of a permanent role for him has left investors wondering about the restructuring.

7. Franklin Resources to Buy Legg Mason for $4.5 Billion16:28[−]
The deal could help two big players in an industry that is under pressure from shifting investor tastes.

8. Italy's Intesa Bids for Rival, Paving Way for Rare European Banking Deal15:58[−]
Intesa Sanpaolo has made a $5.3 billion takeover offer for a smaller rival, a move that would see the creation of the country’s largest bank and might usher in a phase of long-awaited consolidation in Europe.

9. Euro Extends Decline on Weak German Data15:46[−]
The euro ticked lower against the dollar to trade at near its lowest level in almost three years after a measure of economic expectations in Germany dropped.

10. The Real Chinese Trade Spat Is About Engines, Not Soybeans15:00[−]
The U.S. could block a GE venture’s engine sales to China, showing that economic complexity is at the core of the conflict.

11. Beijing's Soft Power Push on Global Tax14:33[−]
The little-known tax drive associated with China’s Belt and Road initiative could shape corporate tax rules around the world.

12. Apple Isn't Priced for Sick Leave14:03[−]
This isn’t the first time Apple has misread the situation in China. It may prove to be the most costly, though.

13. China Plays Are Left Behind as U.S. Stocks Charge to New Highs13:30[−]
The S&P 500 keeps rising, but shares of Chinese companies listed in the U.S. and American companies with heavy sales exposure to China haven’t gotten the same bump.

14. Jump Start for Chinese Cars Is Likely to Fizzle13:26[−]
The coronavirus epidemic threatens to delay the budding recovery in the world’s largest car market. Investors hoping for government support to speed it up, however, could be disappointed.

15. Stocks to Watch: Apple, Legg Mason, Gilead Sciences, Dell13:00[−]
Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session.

16. Dell Nears Deal to Sell RSA Security Business to Private-Equity Firm STG06:43[−]
Dell Technologies is nearing a deal to sell its RSA cybersecurity business to a private-equity firm for more than $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

17. You're Getting Married Again. Should You Combine Finances?06:03[−]
Many experts say it’s OK to keep things separate, as long as separate doesn’t mean secret.

18. What 'Rothifying' 401(k)s Would Mean for Retirees06:02[−]
Research shows that switching 401(k)s to after-tax contributions would boost tax returns in the short term, but leave retirees worse off.

19. Game Plan: A Musician/Podcaster Starts Thinking About Retirement06:01[−]
John Roderick made about $85,000 last year from podcasts. A financial adviser offers him some tips about goals and saving.

20. Game Plan: A Couple Wants to Pay Off Debt---and Save for Disney World06:00[−]
An adviser suggests a plan for debt reduction, spending and saving for bucket-list items.

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