When will I get my second stimulus check and how doctors are boosting Black and Latino vaccine uptake

What could rattle markets in 2021, even as vaccines are rolling out

Happy Monday, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:

Here’s when most Americans will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine

The first U.S. doses of Moderna’s vaccine have started rolling out, a week after Pfizer and BioNTech began distribution. When will you get your shot?

See inside Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s $40 million NYC penthouse

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is also a serious player in the real estate world.

When will I get my second stimulus check? Mnuchin says they’ll arrive ‘very fast’

“I’d be shocked if the Treasury doesn’t hit send by the end of next week,” one expert said.

Our building is tipping staff 25% extra due to COVID-19. My husband wants to tip this for 2021 too. I disagree. What do you say?

‘I am an Upper East Side wife and mother with two children. I realize I am very fortunate.’

I didn’t receive a $1,200 stimulus check earlier in COVID-19 pandemic. Will I get a $600 check this time around?

‘With a second round of stimulus checks of $600 announced by Congress on Sunday, will the Internal Revenue Service give me a check based on my 2019 return?’

‘Now that we have the vaccine, it’s important for us to trust the science’: Doctors and community leaders are working to boost Black and Latino vaccine uptake

‘It’s the daily experiences that people are having that leads them to distrust the government.’

3 takeaways for retail investors now that Tesla has joined the S&P 500

Debates on the value of Tesla’s stock are ‘more heated than the last election,’ one financial adviser said.

Why Robinhood’s $65 million fine is a cautionary tale for retail investors: ‘You’re saving a penny to lose a nickel’

‘If you’re not paying for something, you are going to pay for it in a way you can’t see,’ says one consumer advocate.

Bad news for parents: Remote learning is here to stay for many K-12 schools

‘Even when kids are home because of snow, they’ll still be learning,’ New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said this week.

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Biden urges Americans to take coronavirus vaccine as he gets first dose

President-elect Joe Biden on Monday urged Americans to take the coronavirus vaccine when it becomes available to them, as he received his first dose during an on-camera event.

Latest round of PPP funding targets mom-and-pop businesses

Congress is set to pass a long awaited COVID relief bill that will reauthorize and replenish emergency loan and grant programs for small businesses that lawmakers hope will provide a critical lifeline for America’s smallest businesses as they prepare to endure continued pandemic-related business closures, though observers warn it may be too little, too late.

‘This is probably it for a while’: Hard road foreseen for further stimulus as Biden presses for more aid

Congress is on the cusp of passing a new round of aid aimed at the coronavirus pandemic, but calls are already ringing out for more relief. Can Americans expect it soon? No, say analysts. Not in the short term.

How Boris Johnson is navigating through the crisis over mutant COVID strain and travel ban

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson played down the impact of a French blockade on ports at a press conference on Monday, as several European countries announced a ban on travel from the U.K.

‘It’s unconscionable’: Outrage over the ‘three-martini lunch’ tax deduction in the new coronavirus aid deal

The latest COVID-19 relief package reportedly includes a tax break on business-meal expenses that President Donald Trump has pushed for months.

The ‘single greatest risk’ facing Americans could hit within a decade, billionaire investor warns

Sam Zell, the billionaire real-estate mogul behind Equity Group, says we could be looking at “a 25% reduction in our standard of living.”

What bubble? Millionaires are getting positioned for a strong market in 2021

If the stock market keeps this up, the rich will, indeed, be getting richer in 2021.

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