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Donald Trump is holding a fund-raiser in New York City next week to be hosted by a who's who of the financial world. NYT reports.
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Andrew Keene of AlphaShark thinks that the energy sector is headed up, so he goes long on the XLE.
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T-Mobile is working to provide its customers with free video streaming from Facebook.
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