The hoopla around futures contracts may not make bitcoin respectable, but it is certainly a first step toward it
Bitcoin is about to get a big dose of legitimacy, something that could be helping to boost its price.
As long as it holds above $13,000, bitcoin has a chance of spiking to $45,000 later next year, technical analyst Walter Zimmermann says.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon tells CNBC he's "open-minded" to cryptocurrencies if properly regulated.
The big banks that do allow bitcoin futures trading are implementing strict, onerous standards on customers, the Financial Times reports.
Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, breaks down which bank stocks are the best to buy as financials rally.
"It's being broadcast on shortwave radio. They've launched satellites into space."
JPMorgan Chase & Co expects to offer more price discounts to its banking customers who buy multiple products, CEO Jamie Dimon said on Thursday.
"It seems like a new currency is being created," billionaire investor Marc Lasry says.
Bitcoin will likely become a global force for good once it's treated as a transaction currency, according to the co-founder of Yahoo.
Consumption and innovation will be the two major growth drivers in China in the years ahead, JPMorgan Chase's Jing Ulrich said.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost breaks down the latest headlines from Citigroup including their $20 billion hit to earnings if the proposed tax bill passes as law.
Federal oversight of bitcoin futures aims to preserve the integrity of the contracts, a CFTC official says.
Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, soared above $12,000 for the first time Wednesday, lifting the market.
Optimism abounds in the most recent measure of how CEOs view the economy, according to the Business Roundtable.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their top stocks to watch for the second half.
Compared to the big market run up last year post-election, this year trading has been pretty dull
MBF Trading CEO Mark Fisher discusses his new ETF, called the Essential 40 Stock Index.
The latest on developments in financial markets:. Stocks gave up an early gain and ended modestly lower on Wall Street, pulled down by weakness in industrial companies and banks. UPS slumped 2.7 percent Tuesday and JPMorgan Chase gave up 1.2 percent.
Ben Davies, co-founder of Glint, said that, while the price of bitcoin was based on speculative trade, its value was a different story.