Fraudsters are using pilfered credit-card numbers and phishing attacks to prey on overwhelmed consumers and banks during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the U.S. death toll from the pandemic climbs closer to 100,000, other countries—especially in South America—are struggling with rising infection rates.
S&P 500 futures rose, alongside most European stock indexes, as investors weighed the impact of rising U.S.-China trade tensions against signs that economic activity is gathering steam.
Stocks have rebounded dramatically off their March lows, while consumer sentiment is hovering near the lowest level in nearly a decade. The divergence is one of many realities investors are struggling to reconcile.