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Cboe's bitcoin futures looked set to end their first week of trading higher on slightly stronger demand.
Tesla's about to rev up to new highs, according to one trader's charts.
Rally Rd. CEO Christopher Bruno pitches his start-up to panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
Bitcoin: it's electric.
Ripple, or XRP, surged 89 percent Thursday to 89 cents, giving it a market value of $31.6 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.
CEO expects to have a deal in the next 90 days for selling or reorganizing Overstock.com's retail business to focus on blockchain.
The tax bill would eliminate any chance that so-called like-kind exchanges can apply to digital assets.
The social media's stock hit $23.24, its highest level since Oct. 5, 2016, when it traded as high as $25.25 a share.
Shares of Tiffany & Co. closed up 3.4 percent Thursday after Citigroup upgraded the luxury retailer to buy.
Bitcoin is now sizing up to be what could be the biggest market bubble of all time.
The GOP's plan for a major tax overhaul may not be fully priced into the market, Art Cashin says.
The Trump administration may be more open to the Disney-21st Century Fox deal than other proposed media mergers, Gabelli says.
Disney wants to go to market with a family-friendly service, a sports streaming platform and a more adult-oriented Hulu.
Disney is Fox's preferred buyer, and it explains the Murdoch family's priorities and view of the current media business.
Cowen is questioning the company's move to compete with internet giants.
Deutsche Bank: Despite challenges facing consumer staples, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr Pepper Snapple Group all present buying opportunities.
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