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The price for one bitcoin is now worth more than one ounce of gold, but this is less significant than it may seem, say experts.
China's banking regulator brushed aside suggestions that he would lead a merger of the country's three financial watchdogs, the SCMP reports.
Chinese officials are bullish about the country's global standing after Donald Trump's first few weeks in office, the FT reports.
The millions of Indians forced to queue to exchange 500 and 1,000 rupee notes were not the only ones caught off guard by demonetization.
The Snap IPO was one of the smoothest openings we have seen in a long time. No drama at the pre-open, the open, during the day, or the close.
China is on a U.S. buying spree, but Beijing is blocking Hollywood deals as it tries to stop money from escaping the country.
Caterpillar shares slid Thursday after the company confirmed that law enforcement is searching its facilities in Peoria, Illinois.
Powell indicated that inflation and employment are close enough to the Fed's goal that an increase merits consideration.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The money continues to move into stocks, and one set of assets leaped from $35 billion in inflows to $52 billion in only a month.
Uber rival Lyft is looking to raise at least $500 million in a new funding round, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. SEC said on Tuesday it froze the assets of certain traders in a suspected insider trading scheme on the Softbank-Fortress deal.
See which stocks are making moves after the bell.
More Wells Fargo customers may have been impacted by a sales scandal than believed before, a new filing has revealed.
Amid uncertainty about Trump's policies, the Fed announced Wednesday the U.S. economy has been expanding at a modest-to-moderate pace.
The rule requires retirement advisors to put their clients' best interest first, but industry groups don't like it.
Forget the dot-com boom with its "irrational exuberance" or the real estate bubble: Current market sentiment eclipses all of that.
If the Dow closes above 21,000, that ties it with the index's 1,000-point gain over 24 trading days in 1999.
President Donald Trump's speech was short on key specifics, but here's why investors are still pretty bullish.
The "Fast Money" traders share their opening moves for the first day of March.
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