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Two cryptocurrency exchanges are looking to make bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper with a new software update called SegWit.
TripAdvisor and Expedia shares have seen a divergence this month, and one technician says the charts point to trouble ahead for TripAdvisor.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital suffered its worst performance ever relative to the S&P 500 in January.
The two-year Treasury yield is the one to watch for Fed interest rate moves, and it's now risen to the level it was at when Lehman failed.
"There's probably a 35 percent chance that we still have to retest earlier lows," Wall Street Veteran Art Cashin says.
When it comes to cryptocurrency, the IRS and taxes, taxpayers should stay ahead of the game rather than be reactionary.
EQT, the nation's biggest natural gas producer, will spin off its pipeline business into a new publicly traded company.
As Tinder user growth halves, parent Match Group's stock rally could halt, according to J.P. Morgan.
You can stop worrying about the effect of higher interest rates on stocks for now, a J.P. Morgan strategist said Wednesday.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
It's a big week for the bond market, and the Federal Reserve's latest meeting minutes could be a particularly pivotal event for Treasurys.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Still, Wall Street titan Jeff Saut believes the secular bull market in stocks is still alive and well.
Fear is a much stronger emotion than greed. The moment investments turn south, everybody wants to know what's going on and why.
Amazon's headed for new highs, according to one trader's charts.
Cresset Wealth Advisors' Jack Ablin sees an overheating economy as the biggest market risk.
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