Many home builders’ valuations are still low, while their implied upside potential is in the double digits. See full story.
Business unusual: wearable tech, touchless surfaces and office ‘mud rooms’
Companies, at least those with the budget to adapt, believe that touchless elevators and doors, wearables, mask technology, air and surface cleansers, reconfigured offices with flexible schedules, on-site temperature taking and contact tracing will play roles in easing the concerns of jittery workers. See full story.
Stocks trade mixed, Dow under pressure as U.S. pauses Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine rollout
U.S. stocks trade mixed Tuesday at midday after U.S. public-health agencies requested a temporary halt in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot COVID vaccine out of “an abundance of caution” due to extremely rare blood-clotting issues. See full story.
Here’s where investors see a market bubble — and it isn’t stocks, says Bank of America
Our call of the day from Bank of America narrows down where investors see the most risk these days. Fingers are pointing at the world’s most popular cryptocurrency. See full story.
Here’s why fears of surging inflation are off-base
Maximum employment doesn’t create inflation, especially in a globalized world. See full story.
The TSA confiscated more than 3,000 firearms in 2020. See full story.