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Peloton, the stationary bike that lets people ride along with streaming classes, wants to give clients a workout-from-home option.
A growing chorus of economists and currency strategists suggests the weakness in the yuan may not be as scary as some believe.
Despite the big sell-off to start the year, a market participant says stocks are still expensive, expects another plunge in the S&P.
The demographic and ideological differences between those who favor or oppose gun laws remain rather high.