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Dow at 30,000: Whither US tech stocks?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) on Nov 24 rallied to a record 30,000 points as US President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take over the White House.

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Speculation on election results prompt NASDAQ trading halt

Nasdaq 100 stock futures rose fast enough to trigger an exchange volatility halt that pauses especially rapid swings at 3.5%, as traders assessed election results.

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BlackRock shorts US dollar for Asian currencies regardless of Trump or Biden win

The world’s biggest money manager is shorting the dollar on expectations that unprecedented fiscal and monetary stimulus will prolong its losses -- regardless of who wins the US election.

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Asian markets brought down to earth as stimulus hopes fade

Asian stocks dipped Thursday as investors weighed earnings reports from U.S. banks and fading chances of an American stimulus deal before next month’s election.

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Nasdaq whale emerges as Facebook, Amazon see option trades

Tens of millions of dollars in options trades tied to the biggest American technology companies have again surfaced in US markets, weeks after the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp.

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Trump's election tweets to drive jump in volatility, says JPMorgan

Donald Trump’s election-related tweets are likely to drive a jump in volatility in the world’s biggest funding market, according to the JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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S&P 500 gains, fails to eclipse its all-time high: markets wrap

U.S. stocks climbed amid a rally in technology companies, while failing to top their all-time high as big banks sold off. Treasuries rose.

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The world's hottest stock is a money-losing tech giant soaring 880%

It gets far less attention than Tesla, the FAANGs or even the Robinhood flavour of the week.

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Apple nears US$2 tril in market value; share of S&P 500 hits milestone

The world gawked two years ago when Apple Inc.’s market value crossed US$1 trillion ($1.37 trillion) for the first time.

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Bonds wave red flag on US economy while stocks show green

(July 20): The tea leaves of the world’s biggest bond market are producing a much-more foreboding reading than those of US stock prices.

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