Inflation fears seem to have taken a back seat for the moment, on what looks set to be a quiet start to the week. However, U.S. stocks are set to open lower. See full story.
‘Bitcoin is melting.’ Here’s what a 30% drop from highs in the crypto may say about stock-market risk sentiment
What does a meltdown in bitcoin prices over the weekend portend for stocks? See full story.
This robot-run fund loaded up on Tesla because it thinks the stock will soar. It’s been right before.
An exchange-traded fund driven by artificial intelligence has just loaded up on shares in Tesla — and it has a history of correctly predicting the stock’s price swings. See full story.
The SPACsplosion has reached a reckoning
Regulators and investors are finally figuring out the dangers of special-purpose acquisition companies, also known as SPACs, or blank-check companies. See full story.
Bill Gates reportedly asked out colleagues while married
Bill Gates “pursued” several women in his office long after he wed now-estranged wife Melinda in 1994 — but it was the exposure of his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein that really shook their marriage, according to a report on Sunday. See full story.
Governors in these 18 states say these benefits, which were set to expire in September, contribute to the mounting complaints from employers who cannot fill job vacancies. See full story.