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Bitcoin’s gains have been fueled by signs it is gaining acceptance among mainstream investors and companies, from Tesla and Mastercard to BNY Mellon.
The video game retailer shot up nearly 70%, clawing back much of its steep loss from the day before.
"For years," the senator said, Wall Street investors have "treated the stock market like their own personal casino while everyone else pays the price."
The video game retailer's stock surged as high as $380 Wednesday morning, after sitting below $18 just a few weeks ago.
The review found Black was not involved in any way with Epstein’s criminal activities, but he did pay Epstein bona fide fees for advice on tax and estate planning, and other related services.
The companies would be required have at least two diverse directors. One would have to be female and the other would have to be an underrepresented minority or LGBTQ.
The Republican senator quickly sold off and bought the same stock in the early days of the pandemic, avoiding a sharp loss.
Previously, the Indian chief head had been the symbol of the insurance and financial services company for 70 years.
If a vaccine for COVID-19 does indeed pan out, analysts say it’s a “game changer” and just what the market had been waiting for.
The company's shares have skyrocketed amid the pandemic-induced recession.
Ascena joins a growing list of retailers that have filed for Chapter 11 in recent weeks.
Investors fretted over a resurgence in coronavirus infections and a grim economic outlook from the Federal Reserve.
Demand for oil has collapsed so much due to the coronavirus pandemic that facilities for storing crude are nearly full.
David Solomon gets $27.5 million in cash and stock for his work last year.
Experts say on average, bear markets have lasted 14 months in the period since World War II, while market corrections have lasted an average of five months.
Market watchers say more big swings are likely until the outbreak starts to slow down.
Executives at the bank were scheduled to testify before the House Financial Services Committee this week.
The stock swoon is being driven by fear that the coronavirus outbreak will derail the global economy.
Some indexes are set to close out their worst week since the depths of the financial crisis in 2008.
The stock market continued to plummet as investors struggled to gauge the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.