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The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Foot Locker should rocket higher as footwear trends bottom, presenting meaningful upside for investors, according to Canaccord Genuity.
Cboe's bitcoin futures looked set to end their first week of trading higher on slightly stronger demand.
Go-Jek said Friday it had bought offline payments service Kartuku, payment gateway Midtrans and saving and lending firm Mapan for undisclosed amounts.
No one is certain how the industry will cope with the coming deadline.
The leading U.S. platform for buying and selling major cryptocurrencies will likely go public in the future, its new president said.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Ripple, or XRP, surged 89 percent Thursday to 89 cents, giving it a market value of $31.6 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.
Famed short seller Jim Chaos told CNBC that he believes "winter is coming" for health care stocks.
Famed short seller Jim Chanos took another shot at Tesla on Thursday, saying the company is worth nothing.
Big banks could be getting closer to making big bitcoin acquisitions, as blockchain bets keep growing.
Bob Iger, staying on through 2021, will get $3 million salary and be eligible for $45 million or more in bonus and restricted shares
The social media's stock hit $23.24, its highest level since Oct. 5, 2016, when it traded as high as $25.25 a share.
CEO expects to have a deal in the next 90 days for selling or reorganizing Overstock.com's retail business to focus on blockchain.
Shares of Tiffany & Co. closed up 3.4 percent Thursday after Citigroup upgraded the luxury retailer to buy.
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