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JUST IN: Japan’s key consumer prices fell in March for an eighth straight month

Biden’s likely proposal to nearly double the tax on capital gains lopped a quick 30 points off the S&P 500. Here's what investment advisers and strategists have to say

Intel said 70 people working for a construction contractor at the chipmaker's site in Ireland have contracted Covid-19

As one of Sweden’s oldest hedge funds collapses, investors are trying to sort through the wreckage to figure out what exactly went wrong

BitGo, a crypto prime brokerage, has won a contract to keep safe digital coins seized by the U.S. Marshals Service

S&P 500 📉 declined 0.9% on Thursday, the index's largest drop in over a month

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Snap reported quarterly revenue and daily active users that topped analysts’ estimates

Interest rates in the U.S. dollar-funding markets are pinned right near zero -- and the pressure that’s been holding them down is only set to intensify

Intel reported a drop in data center revenue and a steep decline in gross profit margin, sending shares down about 2% in extended trading

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BREAKING: K-pop boy band BTS' agency starts trading at double the IPO price, rising as much as 30%. Each of the seven singers is now $20 million richer.

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Starbucks expects the pandemic to reduce sales this quarter by as much as $3.2 billion

What Is Trump worth to Twitter? One analyst estimates $2 billion

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Three Equifax managers sold stock before cyber hack was revealed

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The GameStop effect is extending to AMC. The theater chain soared 300% at the open to the highest since 2018

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BTS band members make millions as Big Hit shares surge in IPO. With the surge in shares, Big Hit founder Bang Si-hyuk’s wealth reaches $3.8 billion, one of the biggest fortunes in Korea.

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Breaking: The Covid-19 vaccine being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech prevent more than 90% of infections in a study of tens of thousands of volunteers. Stock futures jump

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End of an era as Blackberry announces it is to stop making smartphones via @GerritD 

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