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U.S. stocks end mixed as tech lags

Today News || News Headlines NEW YORK, April 8 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks finished mixed on Friday, weighed by weakness…

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China

U.S. stocks advance as tech rallies

Today News || News Headlines NEW YORK, March 29 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks climbed on Tuesday, buoyed by solid gains…

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Startups

On-demand grocery delivery startup Instacart cuts its valuation by about 40% to $24 billion to reflect selloff in tech stocks | Tech News | Startups News

Startup News: In March 2021, Instacart doubled its valuation to $39 billion after raising $265 million in funding. It was the…

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China

U.S. stocks rise as investors react to Fed's rate hike plan

Today News || News Headlines NEW YORK, March 18 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks advanced on Friday as investors continued to…

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China

U.S. stocks end mixed ahead of Fed meeting

Today News || News Headlines NEW YORK, March 14 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks closed mixed on Monday as investors are…

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Business

Airlines cancel Ukraine flights as threat of war grows

Today News || Air France and Lufthansa are the latest airlines to suspend flights into Ukraine as fears of a…

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Business

Leak gives details on over 30,000 Credit Suisse bank clients

Today News || BERLIN — A German newspaper and other media on Sunday said a leak of data from Credit…

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Business

U.S. adds e-commerce sites operated by Tencent, Alibaba to ‘notorious markets’ list

Today News || E-commerce sites operated by China’s Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. were added to the…

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Technology

Gibraltar Could Launch the World’s First Crypto Stock Exchange

Tech News || British entrepreneur and financier Richard O’Dell Poulden hopes that his new venture will relieve the plight of…

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USA News

House lawmakers call on Pelosi, McCarthy to pass stock trade ban

US HEADLINES: More than two dozen members of the House of Representatives have called on leadership to bring a bill…

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