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More people are feeling guilty about making this financial request during the pandemic and here’s when most Americans will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Personal Finance Daily

Published: Dec. 15, 2020 at 5:07 p.m. ET

Tuesday’s top personal finance stories

Here are today’s top stories:

Personal Finance More people are feeling guilty about making this financial request during the pandemic

41% of people say they’ve lent money to family or friends in the past year, a recent survey found.

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

The first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in the U.S. have started rolling out. When can you get a shot?

Jill Biden isn’t the first — men are more likely NOT to use women’s titles and use their first names instead

A Wall Street Journal op-ed asking the incoming first lady to drop the ‘Dr.’ before her name and calling her ‘kiddo’ drew charges of sexism.

New data suggests millions of Americans traveled for Thanksgiving despite CDC recommendations and state stay-at-home orders

California had regional stay-at-home orders, yet almost 120,000 devices were tracked crossing county lines

More Americans now say they’ll get a COVID-19 vaccine once it’s available

‘If those efforts are funded and implemented it does appear that real progress can be made to reduce hesitancy among the most resistant groups,’ said Kaiser Family Foundation CEO Drew Altman.

Home buyers are starting to factor flood and wildfire risks into their real estate decisions — and it’s affecting price growth

The effects of climate change are being seen in the nation’s housing market.

Trump administration likely to keep Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in conservatorship, Mnuchin suggests

‘We’re going to not do anything that jeopardizes taxpayers and puts them at additional risk,’ the Treasury Secretary told The Wall Street Journal in an exclusive interview.

America’s 1% will be pulling out all the stops to get their hands on COVID-19 vaccine

‘We, as members of the private sector, will be able to move quicker than the public sector.’

Elsewhere on MarketWatchSmall businesses have become ‘collateral damage,’ says Warren Buffett — he urges Congress to renew PPP program

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett urges Congress to approve aid to small businesses that have “become collateral damage” in the necessary fight to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

These 3 regions hold the best bets for 2021, say top fund managers

Emerging markets have been tipped to outperform next year, according to an annual poll of investment trust managers.

State and local aid remains focus ahead of pivotal Capitol Hill coronavirus aid meeting

The four party leaders in Congress are slated to meet late Tuesday on Capitol Hill to find a way forward on more coronavirus aid and funding for the government’s 2021 budget year.

Biden taps Pete Buttigieg to lead Transportation Department

President-elect Joe Biden has selected former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, his former Democratic primary rival, to lead the Transportation Department, according to people familiar with the matter.

‘If those efforts are funded and implemented it does appear that real progress can be made to reduce hesitancy among the most resistant groups,’ said Kaiser Family Foundation CEO Drew Altman.

Source: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/more-people-are-feeling-guilty-about-making-this-financial-request-during-the-pandemic-and-heres-when-most-americans-will-be-able-to-get-a-covid-19-vaccine-2020-12-15

Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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