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Bitcoin's jump to record highs this week put the digital currency close to tripling the price of gold.
U.S. companies most exposed to Europe, such as McDonald's and Activision Blizzard, should benefit from dollar slump, Credit Suisse said.
The U.S. ETF that tracks South Korean stocks erased its gains on a report that North Korea can now fit nuclear weapons into missiles.
Global growth, weak dollar boost Dow profits but the crude rally fails to lift oil stocks
DoubleLine CEO Jeff Gundlach expects his bet for a slight decline in the S&P 500 will return 400 percent.
Nextdoor jumped into the real estate advertising market this week, joining newcomer Facebook.
As Silicon Valley runs into hot water over diversity, JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon says his firm is doing better.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says it's vital for Congress to implement tax reform to make the country more competitive.
Morgan Stanley upgraded Foot Locker to overweight from underweight in expectation the shoe retailer has an edge over Amazon.com in the high-end market.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the early hours of the trading day.
Citi upgraded UPS to buy from neutral, citing an end to headwinds and continued growth from peak season surcharging.
The manager of $110 billion DoubleLine Capital says junk bonds and emerging market debt are overvalued.
Victims of bank fraud should not expect automatic refunds and are sometimes at fault for not taking a “duty of care”, the CEO of RBS has reportedly said.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing has announced plans to expand its business in the Middle East and North Africa.
New plans come after the fast food giant sold off most of its China business to Citic and Carlyle.
The start-up Gladly has raised $36 million to make over customer service for a post-Twitter, post-SMS generation.
An early backer of gaming start-up Razer wasn't initially delighted with its business proposition.
Fourteen middle-aged women in China have been jailed for intimadating debtors and forcing people to vacate their homes, the SCMP reports.
Moody's cut the outlook for Qatar's banking system to negative on Tuesday amid a continuing blockade of the country by its neighbors.
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