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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.
"If there are difficulties, Ireland can be part of the solution for passporting," says an official at Ireland's finance department.
In this week's Trader Poll, we want to know what narrative in the markets should be cause for concern.
China's banking regulator said its priorities included increasing supervision over shadow banking and interbank activities.
Canaccord's Tony Dwyer may be in the correction camp, but he's not abandoning his bull case for stocks.
Indonesia's central bank has issued a fresh warning about trading in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin because of the risk of losses.
Goldman Sachs's Lloyd Blankfein took to Twitter to criticize President Trump's characterization of certain nations as "sh**hole countries."
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera got a tour inside a bitcoin mine in Wenatchee, Washington.
Despite the stock's clear decline, reactions among analysts were more positive, if lukewarm.
Long before Ford was fired due to an unproven sexual harassment claim, he had become a polarizing figure at Morgan Stanley, the New York Times reports.
The Treasury Secretary says U.S. is working with G-20 to stop bitcoin from becoming the next Swiss bank account.
Markets now fully expect two rate hikes this year and have nearly priced in a third. And there is some initial flirtation with a fourth hike.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
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