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The U.S. government shut down on Saturday and that could spell trouble for investors in the near term, history shows.
The e-broker also says trading individual stocks around the clock may not be too far away.
The robbery is one of the largest in the world's biggest gambling hub, the South China Morning Post reports.
President Trump is considering San Francisco Fed President John Williams to be the central bank's next vice chair, a source told CNBC.
The S&P 500 will likely peak in 2029, with the index between 6,000 and 15,000, Thomas Lee of Fundstrat, says on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
Banks have long complained that the rule is too onerous and difficult to comply with.
A digital currency trading scheme called CabbageTech has disappeared from the internet with customers' funds.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Payment company Square is "analogous to Amazon or Google in their early days," poised for significant upside, according to one bank.
Some traders at the largest Wall Street banks are about to get big, fat zeroes for bonuses while they watch markets thrive.
The SEC indicated it would not be open to approving cryptocurrency exchange-traded funds unless sponsors could address concerns.
It also admitted and accepted responsibility for wrongdoing underlying two criminal wire fraud charges.
Spencer Bogart of Blockchain Capital says there is a legion of people who see a great buying opportunity.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
The study found that the electric weapon reduces the rate of police injury, it also determined police use of firearms remained unchanged.
Donald Trump lifted the Dow Jones industrial average in his first year in office more than any other president since Franklin Roosevelt.
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