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Stock futures are little changed as traders look ahead to more economic data

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, September 6, 2022. Brendan McDermid | Reuters US stock futures are little changed on Sunday night as investors await more economic data ahead of the Federal Reserve’s December policy meeting. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell by 57 …

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Tax strategy that could make up for losses – but investors need to act now

Investors may get a wake-up call this winter when it comes to taxes, but it doesn’t have to be that way. According to Ben Slavin of BNY Mellon, it’s a prime time to sell lost investments to curb capital gains. He warns that waiting until January or February may be too late. “A pretty nasty …

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Is the worst over for Bitcoin and the rest of cryptocurrency?

A version of this story was originally published in CNN Business’s Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? you can register right here. new York CNN Business — The meltdown of FTX has caused the price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to drop more than 60% this year… and the carnage has spilled over to …

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Professional traders are using these ETFs and options to hedge risk in the volatile market

Hedging downside risk has been crucial for investors this year as the market continues to suffer wild swings, and here’s how professional traders are protecting their portfolios. A group of traders and strategists joined CNBC’s Dominic Chu Thursday in the final hour of trading for the new instructive online program “The Tick,” which is designed …

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Marvell Technology, Horizon Therapeutics, DoorDash and more

Marvell Technology Group source: marvel.com Check out the companies making the headlines before the bell: Marvell Technology (MRVL) – Shares of the chipmaker fell 4.9% in the premarket period after quarterly sales and profit fell short of Wall Street forecasts. Marvell also posted a weaker-than-expected appearance. He said his customers’ inventory reductions hurt results. related …

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Hang Seng still in bear market territory despite best month since 1998

Red lanterns are hung up on the street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. (Photo by Zhang Wei/China News Service via Getty Images) China News Service | China News Service | Getty Images Hong Kong’s benchmark index soared 26.6% in November – the Hang Seng index’s highest monthly gain since October 1998, or near the end …

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S&P 500 futures fell slightly as investors await Friday’s US jobs data

S&P 500 futures fell slightly earlier Friday as investors looked forward to the November jobs report. Futures linked to the benchmark stock index fell 0.16%. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were down 0.1% and Nasdaq 100 futures were down 0.33%. Shares of tech companies were on the move in after-hours trading after quarterly results. Asana, …

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European markets open to close as investors react to US jobs data

European markets opened lower on Friday as investors closely monitored news from China over its zero-Covid policy and looked ahead to US non-farm payrolls data. The pan-European Stoxx 600 fell 0.3% and sectors were a mixed bag in early trade. Oil and gas led losses, down 1.7%, as mining stocks fell 1%. Retail, media and …

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Powell’s inflation remarks a ‘green light’ to stay in stocks

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday said Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s inflation remarks the day before confirmed that inventors shouldn’t exit the market over recession fears. “Unless the super hawkish Fed heads who want to raise short rates to 5% to 7% are silenced, we must be ready with a quarter of one foot out …

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