10 Best Cryptocurrencies Redditors are Buying

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The free fall in the prices of cryptocurrencies over the past week has exacerbated investor concerns around volatile technology stocks. However, market experts like Cathie Wood, who reportedly holds the largest institutional investment in cryptocurrencies through her firm, Ark Investment Management, have dismissed the recent fall in value of digital assets as a temporary setback, backing currencies like Bitcoin to touch record

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Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for May 31

U.S. futures slipped along with European stocks on Monday as traders await fresh catalysts, with the key American jobs data later this week set to provide further clues on the outlook for the world’s biggest economy amid lingering inflation concerns.

Contracts on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq declined, with trading hours curtailed due to the Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. The dollar weakened against a basket of peers. The euro gained after data showed Germany’s inflation rate rose to the highest level since October 2018, while price pick-ups in May were also reported by Spain and Italy. There’s no

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Personal Finance: Fintech Apps Like Robinhood Are Leaving Women Behind

Technology was supposed to broaden access to financial services and help eliminate economic inequalities. But so far the explosion of banking and investment apps has failed to narrow one persistent divide: the gender gap in financial inclusion. Policy makers should take note. In the post-pandemic recovery, they cannot entrust the market forces of fintech to support female economic empowerment.

There are many ways in which women’s financial inclusion lags that of men. They own fewer assets than men, for example, but they are also less likely to invest in riskier, higher-yielding assets, such as equities. A 2019 analysis by

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Paul Pierce slams ESPN with cryptocurrency claim

Paul Pierce is lobbing Truth Bombs.

Pierce was fired from ESPN as an analyst in April after he shared a seemingly drug-and-stripper-clad video on Instagram — slammed the network in a tweet on Wednesday.

“I don’t need you,” Pierce wrote, tagging ESPN in his message.

He went on to say he’s “got” EthereumMax, a blockchain network in the cryptocurrency community.

“I made more money with this crypto in the past month then I did with y’all in a year. TRUTH shall set u Free [sic] my own Boss,” wrote Pierce, who deleted the tweet.

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Wall Street pauses as investors eye inflation clues

The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in New York City, U.S., May 4, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

U.S. stocks closed slightly lower on Tuesday, and each of Wall Street’s main indexes failed to stray far from the unchanged mark following a rally in the prior session as investors continue to try and assess the route of inflation.

Yields on longer-dated U.S. Treasuries fell for a fourth straight day, with the benchmark 10-year yield hitting a fresh two-week low of 1.56% and helping to dampen inflation worries. The yield had climbed to as much as

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A millennial who began reading Wall Street Bets as a source of comedy started a Shopify store dedicated to knick-knacks and apparel based on the Reddit thread

  • One millennial began reading Wall Street Bets its comedic value, but would never use the advice.
  • Instead, he started an online shop featuring knick knacks and T-shirts with now-famous Wall Street Bets slogans.
  • A GameStonk shirt and another with a kid on the moon with a rocket ship are among his top sellers.
  • See more stories on Insider’s business page.

Twenty-five-year-old Alan Walker started reading Reddit’s Wall Street Bets just for laughs when he was a teenager.

“It’s like watching a drunk guy walk down the street. It’s fun to watch, but you don’t want to be

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Is the Stock Market Open Today? Here Are the Memorial Day 2021 Hours.

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Memorial Day, which honors those who died while serving in the U.S. military, became a national holiday in 1971.

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Memorial Day 2021 is here, bringing with it a long weekend for U.S. traders and others.

Since it became a national holiday in 1971, Memorial Day has been the last Monday of May, honoring those who died while serving in the U.S. military. In this case, Memorial Day falls on the last day of the month.

U.S. equities had a mostly dull week, with the

S&P 500 index

rising 1.2% and the

Dow Jones

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Iran bans bitcoin mining as its cities suffer blackouts

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran’s government announced a ban on the mining of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the country’s president, Hassan Rouhani, announced Wednesday, as officials blame the energy-intensive process for blackouts in a number of Iranian cities.

The ban is effective immediately and will be in place until Sept. 22, Rouhani told state TV, in the latest sign of high-profile rejection of the popular digital currency. 

The Iranian capital of Tehran and several other large cities have faced multiple daily power outages for the past few months, and officials blame it on a natural gas shortage, a prolonged

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Rubio calls on Wall Street to stop ‘enabling Communist China’

Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioChina is already winning World War III, via money Demings raises Democrats’ hopes in uphill fight to defeat Rubio Extraordinary explanations for UFOs look increasingly plausible MORE (R-Fla.), one of the Senate’s top China hawks, called on Wall Street banks and financial organizations to stop “enabling Communist China” in an op-ed published Wednesday.

Writing in The American Prospect, Rubio hammered top firms for investing in Chinese companies and argued that many Americans were unwittingly tied financially to companies tied to China’s ruling Communist Party.

“It’s the height of hypocrisy. U.S. corporations with lucrative business

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Wall Street edges up with U.S. bond yields in check

The New York Stock Exchange is pictured amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., April 16, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

U.S. stocks edged higher on Wednesday as recent comments from Federal Reserve officials helped tamp down concerns about runaway inflation and kept bond yields in check.

Stocks such as Tesla (TSLA.O) and Amazon (AMZN.O), which have struggled in recent weeks as bond yields advanced due to rising inflation worries, were among the top boosts to the benchmark S&P 500 index with the 10-year U.S. Treasury note holding below the 1.6% level.

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