Day: January 13, 2022

Tech Stocks Get Crushed Again, Fed Ready To Hike In March

Published by ValueWalk OANDA – Tech gets crushed again, Fed ready to hike in March, PPI cools, Earnings on deck, Oil dips, Gold off highs Q4 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Tech Stocks Get CrushedBig Tech stocks are selling off so dramatically as a product of, ‘yes US rates are likely to go

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Dogecoin Top Dog in Meme Coin Market Cap

Published by The Street By Rob Lenihan Dogecoin is the most popular meme coin by market capitalization, followed by Shiba Inu. If you think meme coins are going to the dogs, you might be right. Four of the five most popular meme coins based on market capitalization sport some kind of canine image. Dogecoin, which

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Microsoft pledges to make public investigation into claims of sexual harassment, including those against Bill Gates

Published by The Seattle Times Microsoft will review of its policies regarding sexual harassment and gender discrimination, as well as publicly releasing the results of investigations into allegations involving members of the board of directors and senior leadership, including Bill Gates, the company announced Thursday. The board announced that Microsoft would hire a third-party law

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Stocks slip, bonds steady after inflation palpitations

Published by Reuters UK By Koh Gui Qing NEW YORK (Reuters) -Nervous global stock markets tumbled on Thursday as the dollar wilted, after a drumbeat of hawkish remarks from Federal Reserve officials made clear that U.S. interest rates could rise as soon as March, putting an end to ultra-easy monetary conditions. Fed Governor Lael Brainard

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Stocks slip, bonds steady after inflation palpitations

Published by Reuters UK By Koh Gui Qing NEW YORK (Reuters) -Nervous global stock markets tumbled on Thursday as the dollar wilted, after a drumbeat of hawkish remarks from Federal Reserve officials made clear that U.S. interest rates could rise as soon as March, putting an end to ultra-easy monetary conditions. Fed Governor Lael Brainard

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