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Hopes for a bitcoin exchange traded fund are being dashed, for now. Cboe Global Markets pulled its application on Wednesday for what would be the first-ever bitcoin exchange traded fund, or ETF, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC's approval is needed before VanEck...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. fund investors returned in force to bonds during the latest week, putting the most cash in debt markets in almost a year, Investment Company Institute (ICI) data showed on Wednesday. Bond mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) snagged $9.3 billion in new cash...
Federal regulators should investigate rapid sell-offs like the one that occurred in the U.S. stock market on Christmas Eve, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday as strong earnings reports pushed the major averages higher. "When stocks went into free-fall on thin volume the day before Christmas, that should have prompted...
NEW DELHI: IT shares were trading in the negative zone in Thursday's morning session. Shares of Tata Elxsi (down 2.52 per cent), Infosys (down 1.07 per cent ) and Wipro (down 0.85 per cent) were the worst performers in the index. Oracle Financial Services Software (down 0.31 per cent),...
China has reportedly offered to buy more U.S. products in the coming years in order to reduce the imbalance in trade of goods between the two countries.But that move concerns itself with a metric — the balance of bilateral trade — that doesn't actually reflect how economies are...
Debt in developed countries has remained fairly steady, around $50 trillion, since 2012, though that's not true of the U.S. Total public debt for the American government has jumped from $15.2 trillion to $21.9 trillion, or 44 percent, during the period, Treasury Department data show. ...
Kiyoshi Ota | Bloomberg | Getty Images A group of Chinese tourists stand with shopping bags at the Canal City Hakata commercial complex in Fukuoka, Japan, on Friday, July 24, 2015. Four...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - With the partial U.S. government shutdown about a month old, a student showed up at the College of Southern Maryland’s financial aid office with two preschool children in tow to request emergency help paying her $3,000 in tuition and fees. She is one of the...
Last week, CNBC's Jim Cramer said that Apple should consider buying electronic health records manager Epic Systems, and the internet exploded. "Turns out that story was a lot more provocative than I actually anticipated," Cramer said Wednesday. "It's kind of exactly what I was going for, though. The whole...
Cramer's lightning round: This sector is the market's 'kiss of death'  CNBCJim Cramer steers investors away from the automotive sector in a response to a caller's stock question in the lightning round. 2019-01-23 23:46:07 Read more from source here...

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