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Futures Pointing To Continued Strength On Wall Street: The major U.S. index futures are currently pointing to a higher open on Friday, with stocks likely to see further upside after rallying to new record highs in the previous session. RTT

Call for a $3,000 #Ethereum  Emerges on Wall Street Exposure, Major Upgrade

Upbeat Earnings, Economic Data May Lead To Initial Strength On Wall Street: The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher open on Thursday, with stocks likely to move back to the upside following the pullback seen over the course of the… RTT

Despite Coinbase's IPO stealing the show on Wall Street, three major banks announced their quarterly earnings results yesterday: *71% of retail CFD accounts lose money.

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Coinbase to become first major cryptocurrency exchange listed on Wall Street with $100BILLION valuation

It was a choppy trading day on Wall Street, with the major indexes ending mixed. 📈 The Dow finished 0.2%, or 54 points, higher 📉 The S&P 500 closed down 0.4% 📉 The Nasdaq Composite finished nearly 1% lower

Wall Street has been riding high as America's vaccination program exceeded expectations, lifting prospects of a speedy economic recovery. But a potential major disruption to that campaign overshadowed optimism on Tuesday and investors hit the brakes.

The Australian sharemarket is poised to edge higher at the open; the S&P 500 and Dow Jones hit record highs on Friday; major tech stocks fuel rally on Wall Street. Follow the latest here.

Futures Pointing To Initial Strength On Wall Street: The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher open on Thursday following the lack of direction seen over the two previous sessions. Tech stocks may help lead the advance, with the Nasdaq… RTT

Asia-Pac bourses begin mixed as the region takes its cue from Wall Street where the major indices meandered near their record levels amid an anticlimactic FOMC Minutes release; ASX 200 (+0.7%), Nikkei 225 (-0.5%), KOSPI (-0.2%)


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I’m old enough to remember when Wall Street gambling nearly toppled our entire economy but not one major executive ever went to jail for it.

Just a random reminder that not a single major Wall Street executive went to jail for nearly demolishing our economy in 2008. This country has a major accountability problem for people in power.

“I don’t see any indication that there were any white supremest groups mixing in. This is an ANTIFA Organization. It seems that the first time we saw it in a major way was Occupy Wall Street. It’s the same mindset.” @kilmeade  @foxandfriends  TRUE!

Major Wall Street Journal opinion piece today talking about the Russian Witch Hunt and the disgrace that it is. So many people hurt, so bad for our country - a total sham!

RP:Anniversary of Black Wall Street-June 1,1921,Black Wall Street, a major black economic movement,was bombed by American White supremacists

I am going to make a prediction. The major opponents of our legislation to cancel $1.6 trillion in student debt—mark my words—will be the exact same people who said we had to bail out Wall Street to the tune of billions upon billions of dollars.

News: Major Wall Street banks including Deutsche Bank and Bank of America have given congressional committees investigating Trump thousands of pages of documents related to Russians who may have had dealings with Trump, his family or his business.

In our system today: Tens of thousands of Americans get criminal records every year for marijuana possession. But not one major Wall Street executive went to jail for destroying our economy in 2008 due to their greed and illegal behavior. We're going to change that system.

Tens of thousands of Americans every year get criminal records for possessing marijuana. Meanwhile ZERO major Wall Street executives went to jail for destroying our economy in 2008 as a result of their greed, recklessness and illegal behavior. Unacceptable.

Surprise, surprise. Many of Trump's major financial appointments come directly from Wall Street – architects of the rigged economy.