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Covid-19 Relief Bill, AstraZeneca, Alibaba, Bitcoin - 5 Things You Must Know Monday
President Trump signs a combined $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding package; China orders Ant Group to overhaul its business; bitcoin sets record above $28,000.
Virgin Galactic, Piedmont Lithium: 5 Top Gainers for Monday
Piedmont Lithium, Virgin Galactic, Sina, HSBC and Diageo are some of Monday's top gainers.
Sina, Weibo Parent, to Go Private in $2.59 Billion Deal
Sina is among a group of Chinese companies moving away from U.S. listings, as U.S.-China tension heightens.
Chinese Tech Stocks Surge Following Big Overnight Gains in Shanghai
Following major overnight gains for Chinese equities, U.S.-listed Chinese tech stocks are ripping higher in Monday trading.
Sina Gets Bid at 12% Premium From Company Controlled by CEO
Sina received a buyout bid at a 12% premium from a company controlled by the Beijing online media company's chairman and CEO.
Sina Rises After Second-Quarter Earnings Beat Forecasts
SINA is rising after the Chinese online media company beats Wall Street's second-quarter earnings and revenue expectations.
Trade Talks, Shutdown, NuVasive, Activision, Amazon - 5 Things You Must Know
U.S. stock futures are higher as U.S.-China trade talks resume; Republican and Democratic lawmakers are working to broker an agreement that will prevent another government shutdown on Friday; Smith & Nephew reportedly has held talks to buy NuVasive; Activision could announce job cuts when it reports earnings Tuesday.
Take-Two Interactive, Cliffs Natural Resources: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round
Jim Cramer takes a look at Take-Two Interactive, Sina, Cliffs Natural Resources, Public Service Enterprise, Annaly Capital, Neutral Tandem and more.
From Bear Back to Bull: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap
Jim Cramer says it looks like the bulls are no longer fighting the Fed or the tape.
A New Take on the Big Mac (May Be) Headed to U.S. McDonald's Menus
This is very different than the Big Mac you know and love.
We're Enduring 'Housing Recession,' Homebuilders' Economist Says
The builder confidence index breached the break-even measure of 50 in August for the first time since May 2020.