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Even though stock market went pretty untouched following the last week’s debacle in Washington, DC, when pro-Trump rioters breached The Capitol, there could very well be consequences--at least for the tech companies that have long been behind the market rally.
Video streaming is one of the rare industries that benefited greatly from the pandemic, through lockdowns, stay-at home orders and remote work
According to his own testimony, Donald Trump has lost billions in the last four years in the form of money he would have made if he had continued running his business instead of getting into politics
Wednesday’s scenes at the Capitol Hill as a pro-Trump riot breached The Capitol should have seen investors running for the hills
Tesla is shaking up the competition once again with the release of its new ModelY in China for a lower-than-expected price that’s reportedly causing a run of advance orders.
In a confusing move for everybody, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has scrapped plans to delist three Chinese companies it announced just four days earlier.
The dollar has spent much of 2020 on a downward spiral as investors wager that a post-pandemic global economic recovery post will continue to suck money into riskier assets and force the U.S. to increase its borrowing as it tries to fund its swelling twin deficits