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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
One of the dot-com boom's biggest investors says he hasn't been this bullish on tech in years.
The Fed is expected to raise interest rates Wednesday, but it's how the Fed responds to the tax bill that is the wild card for markets.
Trading volume in the most popular contract, which expires in January, was a fraction of what it was a day ago.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
3 reasons why "the easiest money [he] ever made" still may not be a smart bet.
Goldman Sachs is expecting the commodities sector to generate returns of almost 10 percent next year.
Palihapitiya, who initially bought bitcoin at about $100, says it will hit $100,000 within four years.
Bitwise Asset Management closes a $4 million funding round just as it launches the world's first crypto-index fund.
The recent weakness in gold prices should not deter investors, writes Bill Baruch, president of Blue Line Futures.
Goldman Sachs said bitcoin inflows are more "speculative" than those into gold.
Jim Cramer did his best to analyze the drivers behind the stock market's seemingly endless rally.
Jim Cramer sat down with TopGolf co-chairman and CEO Erik Anderson for more on his private entertainment play.
Jim Cramer tracked the recent weakness in three auto parts stocks and argued that the market overreacted to their shortfalls.
Jim Cramer dove into one “wild trader” in the biotech space and why he thinks it’s worth speculating on in a pullback.
Overstock.com briefly surged more than 23 percent after Morgan Stanley Investment Management disclosed an 11.4 percent stake in the company.
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