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These are the stocks posting moves after the bell.
Bitcoin added more than $200 Monday as major U.S. financial institutions warmed to the digital currency.
The next big populist movement in the country could be aimed at the tech sector, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Michael Hartnett said.
One measure of U.S. tech stocks' performance versus the rest of the market has just surpassed its dot-com bubble high.
Singapore's second largest lender by assets OCBC said Monday its Indonesian subsidiary will start a private banking unit.
The under the radar trend which could push stocks further into record territory.
If the Trump administration experiences a Watergate-like event, analysts say, Wall Street should look at the U.S. economy for guidance.
U.S. Treasury yields are hovering near one-month lows and a significant move lower may trigger a correction in equities, JPMorgan says.
After Anthony Scaramucci didn't land a job in the Trump administration but he "remains loyal," the New York Times reports.
A Brazilian news report may dampen, but not crush, one of Wall Street's favorite investment plays of the last few months: emerging markets.
Attorney Sheri Dillon said she saw no need for Trump to sign his 2016 personal financial disclosure because he is filing voluntarily this year.
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings pared its stake in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to 8.43 percent from 9.12 percent.
Former Goldman Sachs CEO Jon Corzine is getting ready to return to Wall Street and it's all because of Trump. The New York Times reports.
The Fed is expected to raise rates at its June policy-setting meeting, and will release fresh economic projections at that time.
A flurry of activity has come despite the ability of companies to quickly suspend shares, the FT reports.
Beijing and its Southeast Asian neighbors have agreed to a framework for a code of conduct in the South China Sea, the SCMP reports.
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