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- Ant Group says it will help employees monetize shares and commits to listing after canceled IPO
Eric Jing, executive chairman of Ant Group, said the company will find a "short-term liquidity solution" for employees and committed to an IPO.
- New York attorney general warns cryptocurrency industry: 'Play by the rules or we will shut you down'
The Empire State's attorney general warned individual investors and crypto industry players of the perils of digital assets.
- Chinese Tesla rival Nio says global chip shortage will hit its electric car production
Chinese electric car start-up Nio said Tuesday a global chip shortage will force it to produce fewer cars in the second quarter.
- Tax hikes, furlough extensions and a hawkish tone: Analysts’ predictions for the UK budget
As British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak prepares to set out the country's path to recovery, analysts are weighing the possibility of tax hikes and a nod to future fiscal tightening.
- The value trade is running 'way too far and way too fast' for this stage of the reopening, PNC strategist says
The major indexes may be kicking off the month in rally mode, but PNC Financial's Amanda Agati sees trouble under the hood.
- Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders propose 3% wealth tax on billionaires
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Bernie Sanders and a slew of other Democrats proposed a 2% tax on wealth above $50 million and a 3% tax on wealth over $1 billion.
- Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Zoom, Roku, Novavax & more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Monday, March 1.
- It's time for Biden's financial regulators to face the Senate spotlight
Confirmation hearings begin Tuesday for President Biden's picks to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
- Stocks rocket higher in broad rally to start March, S&P 500 jumps 2% for best day since June
Yields appeared to be stabilizing and the 10-year rate was off its high from last week, which encouraged investors that the rapid rise in rates was slowing.
- Exxon shares jump as activist investor Jeff Ubben joins the board
Jeff Ubben and Mike Angelakis have joined Exxon's board of directors as the oil giant faces shareholder pressure.
- Fed policy changes could be coming in response to bond market turmoil, economists say
While the Fed may not raise its benchmark interest rate for years, there are growing expectations it may tweak policy soon.
- Warren Buffett says 'never bet against America' in letter trumpeting Berkshire's U.S.-based assets
Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, released his annual shareholder letter on Saturday.
- Warren Buffett owns more of a Chinese electric car company than General Motors
Berkshire Hathaway holds an 8.2% stake in Chinese electric automaker BYD, more than it does of General Motors, Warren Buffett said in a letter to shareholders.
- Bitcoin is at a tipping point and could become 'currency of choice' for global trade, Citi says
Bitcoin's wild ascent over the last few months has forced big Wall Street players to reevaluate the cryptocurrency.
- Stimulus checks, unemployment benefits lift 1.6 million Americans out of poverty
Many Americans were lifted from poverty by a $900 billion Covid relief bill, according to new research. The gains may erode without more pandemic aid.
- 'There is no alternative' — stocks' long-running 'TINA' advantage could be ending, worrying traders
Some are wondering whether this is the end to the fabled "there is no alternative" to stocks notion.
- Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Hilton Grand Vacations, J&J, NRG Energy & more
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Hilton Grand Vacations, J&J, NRG Energy, and more.
- House Covid relief bill extends unemployment benefits by 5 months, pays extra $400 a week
The House passed a $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill on Friday that would extend jobless benefits to Aug. 29 and increase aid by $400 a week.
- China's aging population is a bigger challenge than its 'one-child' policy, economists say
Authorities have recently rolled back the one-child policy. But economists say other changes are needed for boosting growth as China's population rapidly ages.
- Hong Kong trading tax hike won't harm stock market's competitiveness, says financial secretary
Hong Kong's Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday that the government will raise the stamp duty paid on listed stock trades from 0.1% to 0.13%.
- ‘This bond market is so radically oversold,' economist David Rosenberg says
David Rosenberg of Rosenberg Research predicts inflation fears are temporary, and the 10-year Treasury Note yield will return to 1%.
- Covid relief bill may trigger $36 billion cut to Medicare, higher student loan fees
A $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill backed by Democrats may cause automatic cuts in certain programs like Medicare to control federal deficits.
- Buffett is buying back more Berkshire stock this year after record $25 billion repurchase in 2020
During the fourth quarter the company bought back around $9 billion of Berkshire shares, bringing the total 2020 repurchase to a record $24.7 billion.
- Read Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders
Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday.
- Chinese electric car start-up Li Auto expects to sell fewer cars than Nio has been delivering
Li Auto said late Thursday it expected to deliver between 10,500 and 11,500 cars in the first quarter of the year, or fewer than 4,000 vehicles a month.
- Texas judge finds national eviction ban unconstitutional
A federal judge in Texas ruled that the national ban on evictions is unconstitutional. Advocates warn of a spike in evictions.
- Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Etsy, Virgin Galactic, Foot Locker & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.
- Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Foot Locker, Beyond Meat, DoorDash & more
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Foot Locker, Beyond Meat, DoorDash, and more.
- Britain should overhaul listings to boost its $15 billion fintech sector post-Brexit, review says
Britain is one of the leading players in fintech globally, attracting $4.1 billion in venture capital investment last year.
- Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Beyond Meat, Etsy, Virgin Galactic & more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Thursday, Feb. 25.
- How to Withdraw Money From Infonavit and What Are the Requirements?
Thanks to the reform of article 37 of the Infonavit Law, workers with a housing subaccount will be able to withdraw the accumulated amount.
- What You Should Do Before Applying for a Mortgage Loan as a Couple
When contracting as a couple, the value of the heritage increases.
- How You May Be Sabotaging Your Ability to Procure Funding
Here are six ways to improve your "lending dating profile."
- 3 Tips for Young Entrepreneurs on the Power of Credit
Consistent on-time payments are usually more important than income.
- Help Build Your Credit and Savings in 2021 with This App
No matter what you're saving for, you'll need good credit.
- Rappi-Banorte and Visa Launch Credit Card for Contactless and Annuity-Free Payments
The Rappi-Banorte alliance makes its debut in the market with the RappiCard Visa credit card, which registered more than 125,000 interested parties on its waiting list.
- Tips That Will Help You Pay Your Mortgage Faster
How long does it take to pay a loan?
- A Beginner's Guide to Qualifying for an SBA Loan
Know what you're getting into before you start the process.
- What Franchises Should Look for In a Bank
Industry vets offer up advice on finding the financial and lending partner that works for your business.
- 5 Mistakes That Sabotage Your Company's Bank Credit Score
Yes, there are many types of creditors from which you can get funding for your business. But here's why good bank credit is one of the most important.
- 5 Tips for Securing the Business Credit You Need to Start and Scale Your Business
Want to bootstrap your business? You are going to need a solid financial foundation.
- Five Ways to Finance a Franchise
Franchisees share how they pulled together the cash to open their own franchise.
- See Your Credit Score Jump Up Dramatically With These Easy Tips
By making an effort to pay outstanding balances and prevent debt from piling up, you will see a difference in your credit.
- Should You Keep Your Credit Frozen Now That It's Free?
Here are some pros and cons to consider.
- Term Loans vs. Lines of Credit: Which One Is Right for Your Business?
With so many business financing options, it can be overwhelming to know where to start.
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