Tuesday’s business headlines
The latest business headlines
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Tuesday’s business headlines.
Indy Happy Hour
Indianapolis is the second cheapest city for after-work drinks.
Simple Texting says the cost for one appetizer, two drinks and a rideshare home average just under $30 in Indy.
Only San Antonio was cheaper.
Restaurants earn about 60 % of their weekly profits from happy hours.
Kroger posted a notice to its website on Monday saying it would limit orders of certain products.
It says it will limit to five items on purchases of sanitizers and cold and flu products.
The limit appears to apply only to online orders.
Facebook coronavirus ads
Facebook will no longer permit ads that promise a cure for the COIV-10 coronavirus.
Business Insider reports Facebook has said it will work hard to limit misinformation about the virus.
Wall Street Super Tuesday
Fourteen state primaries are being held Tuesday and if polls are correct Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders will end with up with the most delegates.
Some on Wall Street believe that would roil stock markets.
Goldman Sachs has recommended clients sell defense stocks as Sen. Sanders has promised to cut military spending.