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Fintech’s ugly month of losses may offer a ‘fantastic opportunity’ to bargain hunt, say analysts
Today 18:11 EST
Many financial technology stocks extended a recent slump on Monday, but there may be some opportunities within that beleaguered segment of the market, analysts say.
SmileDirectClub Inc. unveils layoffs and sweeping operational changes as it seeks to turn a profit more than two years after becoming a public company.
The S&P 500, Nasdaq just staged a turnaround for the ages, marking their largest comebacks since the 2008 financial crisis
Today 16:40 EST
It's a Wall Street comeback for the history books, one that would make Tampa Bay Buccaneers signal caller Tom Brady green with envy.
IBM stock rallies as earnings, sales surge amid Kyndryl spinoff
Today 16:24 EST
International Business Machines Corp. shares rallied in the extended session Monday after Big Blue topped Wall Street expectations following the spinoff of its managed infrastructure-service business...
Climate envoy Kerry says natural gas could be a ‘bridge fuel,’ but emissions capture is key
Today 15:50 EST
President Biden's top official on climate change, John Kerry, told business leaders he could fathom natural gas in a cleaner energy mix as a "bridge fuel."
Wall Street’s ‘fear gauge’ is on track for its sharpest rise to start a year ever as stocks tumble on inflation, Fed worries
Today 15:16 EST
The Cboe Volatility Index, or VIX, also known as Wall Street's fear gauge—is on track for its sharpest gain to start a year on record and its biggest monthly surge since the COVID pandemic took hold...
With Dow in free fall, will Federal Reserve stop the bleeding? Why policy makers aren’t seen rushing to rescue
Today 15:00 EST
Investors have written off the Fed put. But it might not take much to help put a floor under risk sentiment, says one market economist.
Inside a Black-owned bed-and-breakfast empire
Today 14:47 EST
Monique Greenwood, former editor-in-chief of Essence magazine, traded in her pen 28 years ago for a whisk, and along with her husband launched a bed-and-breakfast in the heart of the Bed-Stuy...
Sarah Palin’s positive COVID test delays defamation trial against the New York Times — judge says: ‘she is, of course, unvaccinated’
Today 14:19 EST
Palin, 57, has been vocal about Americans not getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Last month she told a group in Arizona that 'it will be over my dead body that I’ll have to get a shot.'
Dow’s 7-day plunge produces most oversold reading in nearly 2 years, but is it safe to buy?
Today 14:17 EST
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's seven-day plunge has produced the most oversold reading in a key technical indicator in nearly two years, but as history suggests, oversold doesn't necessarily mean...
How Jerome Powell may try to calm the market’s frazzled nerves
Today 14:16 EST
Can Powell calm the market's nerves? Here's a look at that and what other things economists and investors will be watching for when the Fed concludes the two-day meeting Wednesday.
Airbnb Inc. was headed for its biggest decline on record and DoorDash Inc. hit a new all-time low as gig-economy stocks joined markets in plunging Monday.
Bitcoin’s important support level sits at $30,000 as bear-market plunge grips crypto sector
Today 14:02 EST
Bitcoin’s losses deepened on Monday, as investors expect the Federal Reserve’s coming meeting to set the stone for a shift away from its easy-monetary policy.
Junk-bond ETFs on pace for worst start to a year since 2016
Today 14:00 EST
The biggest exchange-traded funds that trace debt issued by riskier U.S. companies with below investment-grade, or 'junk,' credit ratings are off to the worst start to a year in six years, according to...
The former House speaker's comments have drawn stern reactions from both sides of the political aisle
As food prices climbed, U.S. farmers had a very good 2021
Today 13:56 EST
Even though fertilizer and energy costs have increased, net farm income will be 23% higher in 2021 than in 2020 and (adjusting for inflation) much higher than annual farm incomes in 2013-2020.
NFL’s Odell Beckham Jr. took his $750,000 salary in bitcoin — how much did it end up costing him?
Today 13:52 EST
Visa cracks down on cashless ATMs at cannabis dispensaries
Today 13:45 EST
Visa says ATMs that allow people to buy cannabis with their bank card instead of cash violate its service rules.
Putin’s ambitions are bigger than Ukraine, says Fiona Hill: ‘He wants to evict the United States from Europe’
Today 13:15 EST
In the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin's eyes are on a bigger prize, a top expert on the Russian leader and his country says.
As stock market plunges, a star money manager says the Fed is making a mistake by raising rates. Here’s what Scott Minerd says it should do instead.
Today 13:07 EST
Scott Minerd, CIO of Guggenheim Investments, says the FOMC needs to focus on shrinking its roughly $9 trillion balance sheets not raising rates.
‘Waiting for the perfect moment may not be the best strategy’: 3 things Americans can do right now as stock markets plunge
Today 13:06 EST
Kohl’s soars after takeover offer, but skeptical analysts question the retailer’s real estate value
Today 12:52 EST
Kohl's confirmed that it has received a takeover offer, which sent shares soaring in Monday trading.
Abbott’s share price soared as COVID-19 testing demand surged. Here’s what that may mean for the company’s fourth-quarter earnings
Today 12:29 EST
Panic-like selling emerges Monday as stock market tumbles and Dow skids over 1,000 points
Today 12:28 EST
Panic-like behavior takes hold on Wall Street, at least from a technical perspective, as the stock market's drop gathers steam on Monday.
The lawsuits from D.C., Indiana, Texas and Washington allege Alphabet Inc.'s Google deceived users from at least 2014 to 2019 by leading them to believe that turning off "location history" settings...
Merrill Lynch advisor arrested, fired after calling teen smoothie shop worker an ‘immigrant loser’ and throwing a drink at her
Today 11:55 EST
‘Our company does not tolerate behavior of this kind,’ rep said about James Iannazzo, who worked as a Merrill wealth advisor for 26 years
SEC’s Gensler wants to regulate company cybersecurity policies
Today 11:17 EST
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler wants to leverage his agency's regulatory powers to compel companies to disclose risks to their businesses from cyber attacks and to divulge...