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If the Merge Goes Well, Here's How Crypto Investors Benefit
If a momentous crypto effort goes smoothly, crypto investors will benefit on a number of levels.
Mastercard Stock Edges Higher As Spending Surge Drives Q2 Earnings Beat
“Increasing inflationary pressures have yet to significantly impact overall consumer spending but we will continue to monitor this closely," said CEO Michael Miebach.
Stock Market Today-7/28: Stocks Extend Gains Following GDP Data; Apple Earnings In Focus
GDP data will likely ignite another recession debate, while markets sift through a puzzling Fed rate hike and brace for crucial June quarter earnings from Apple after the close of trading.
Stocks Lower Ahead of GDP Data, Meta, Spirit, Ford And Apple In Focus - Five Things To Know
Stock futures lower with earnings, GDP data in focus; Meta shares tumble after Q2 earnings miss, muted ad outlook; Spirit soars after cancelling frontier deal, setting up JetBlue takeover; Ford shares leap after solid Q2 earnings, outlook hold and Apple earnings on deck amid demand, chip, China impact questions.
Visa, Mastercard Shares: Bank of America Updates Before Earnings
While the S&P 500 has dropped 17% year to date, Visa has slipped only 2% and Mastercard just 5%.
Credit Card Stocks: Which Are Wells Fargo's Favorites?
Credit-card companies face some speed bumps amid the potential for an economic downturn, Wells Fargo says.
Roe v. Wade Ruling: JPMorgan Puts Wall Street Into Center Of U.S. Abortion Debate
JPMorgan, the nation's largest bank, reportedly told employees it will pay travel costs for women needing abortion and reproductive health access.
Wells Fargo Is Bullish on These Two Credit-Card Titans
Accelerating cross-border travel should lift the earnings for two credit-card companies, according to Wells Fargo analysts.
Amazon Unveils New $1 Billion Wage Hike Plan, Adding to Fed Inflation Headache
Amazon will spend an extra $1 billion boosting warehouse and transport workers' pay, just as the Fed is hoping to see moderating wage growth bring down inflation.
Americans Heavily Favor Hiring Ex-Cons for Open Jobs
Fully 89% of Americans say ex-offenders should be given a second chance, a survey says.
LeBron James Buying a Piece of a Major League Team
Participation in this sport grew the fastest of any in the U.S. from 2019-21, reaching the 4.8 million-player mark.
DocuSign Stock Jumps On Job Cut Plan Ahead Of New CEO Allan Thygesen
DocuSign said the job cuts will "improve operating margin and support the company’s growth, scale and profitability objectives".