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Some believe bitcoin has both scarcity and utility—and that makes it valuable.
A petition in South Korea against cryptocurrency regulation has reached the number of signatures that would induce a government response.
BMO Capital Markets raises its price target on Amazon to $1,600 from $1,200, the highest call on the e-commerce company of any brokerage.
Citigroup reported quarterly earnings on Tuesday that beat expectations.
The price of bitcoin fell below £12,000 for the first time since December 5, according to CoinDesk data.
2018 is not an easy read and the market promises too many adventures for investors to be comfortable about a fairy tale ending.
Buying into ICOs can lead to the loss of investments, the chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority says.
The yield curve might not dramatically steepen anytime soon, a top executive at UBS Wealth Management said.
Oil prices rose to their highest since December 2014. CNBC looks at what happened three years ago when oil prices were at those levels.
China Investment Corporation is "facing more difficulties and challenges" related to "protectionism," says Tu Guangshao.
Tuesday's official midpoint was 202 pips, or 0.31 percent — the strongest since Dec.11, 2015.
Citigroup on Monday said it plans to raise wages to address pay inequality among its female and minority workers.
California has potential to be America's largest cannabis market — and with Sessions' actions, one of the most under-served.
Beijing plans to block domestic access to Chinese and offshore cryptocurrency platforms that allow centralized trading, it was reported Monday.
South Korea has been trying to rein in speculative cryptocurrency trading in recent months, as interest in the market has exploded.
The previous U.S. tax code and heavy regulations in the country did not give investors much confidence, UBS says.
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