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Oil continues pullback from 7-year highs

Need to Know: An asset that UBS analysts see experiencing an ‘up crash’

Mortgage payments, rents see biggest jumps in Redfin's records in December

Gold retreats, set for back-to-back drop, but on track for sharpest weekly gain since November

Coty stock upgraded as CoverGirl make market share gains and Kardashian beauty brands show promise

Stocks open mostly lower as Netflix drags down Nasdaq

There always seems to be an unusual commodity that captures the attention of the market. Now it’s lithium that is capturing the market’s attention. As the auto market transitions to electric vehicles, those EV companies turn to lithium-ion batteries.

Hollywood indie film distributor admits stealing $30 million from BlackRock to buy a $14 million Beverly Hills mansion (and a Tesla)


Pharma stocks finish lower as Trump targets drug prices with executive orders

Dr. Fauci: ‘This is an outbreak of historic proportions, the likes of which we’ve not seen in 102 years’ The veteran epidemiologist said, ‘I think we’re facing a whole lot of trouble’

This is the first time in 34 years that SXSW will not take place. It would have pumped about $356 million into the local economy.

Arnold Schwarzenegger backs California face-mask order: ‘Anyone making it a political issue is an absolute moron’

SEC says it will punish ‘abusive activity’ amid GameStop, Robinhood drama

55% of coronavirus patients still have neurological problems three months later: study

A political scientist sets the record straight on mail-in voting: 1. Voter fraud is rare overall, and rarer by mail 2. Vote by mail does not give a partisan advantage 3. The public can learn to trust mail-in voting

A Wharton School professor asked her students what the average American makes. They did not do well.