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Cryptocurrency Price Check: Prices Slip After Bitcoin Surge

Cryptocurrency prices are down following a weekend surge while governments step up regulatory efforts.

NYSE Trader Lead

Stocks Rise as Earnings and Dealmaking Boost Wall Street on First Trading Day of August

Stocks rise as solid corporate earnings and dealmaking boost Wall Street on the first trading of August.

An Xpeng P5 on display during at the Auto Shanghai show in Shanghai in April 2021. Photo: Reuters

XPeng Stock Rises Sharply as July Deliveries Soar, NIO Also Gains

XPeng says July deliveries soared 228% from last year and 22% from June. NIO deliveries surged from 2020, but fell from last month.

Square Lead

Premarket Movers Monday: Square, General Electric, Xpeng

Stocks moving in premarket trading Monday include Square, General Electric, Xpeng, NIO and Parker-Hannifin.

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How Traders Can Hedge Against Rising Inflation

The latest Consumer Price Index report showed inflation rising at its fastest pace since August 2008, driven by supply chain backups and extreme demand as economies begin recovering from the pandemic.

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General Electric Stock Gains Ahead of 1-for-8 Reverse Split Debut

General Electric's 1-fo-8 reverse stock split will reduce the industrial group's outstanding shares from around 8.8 billion to 1.1 billion at the start of trading Monday.

Parker Hannifin Expands Product Line With $4.3 Billion Purchase of Clarcor

Parker-Hannifin Agrees to Buy U.K.’s Meggitt in $8.8 Billion Deal

Parker-Hannifin to buy U.K.-based Meggitt for £6.3 billion ($8.8 billion) amid a rebound in aerospace demand.

Square Tumbles Just Days Ahead of Earnings

Square Stock Slides After $29 Billion Afterpay Takeover, Solid Earnings Update

Square could narrow the gap with its larger rival, PayPal, following a surprise $29 billion takeover of Australia's Afterpay.

Amazon Won't Destroy Foot Locker, Hints Top Analyst

Foot Locker to Buy WSS and Atmos for Combined $1.1 Billion in Cash

Foot Locker announces plans to spend about $1.1 billion in cash to buy two different retailers as it looks to expand its footprint outside of shopping malls.

Lufax is set to make the biggest splash on the NYSE by a Chinese company since e-commerce giant Alibaba's IPO in 2014. Photo: Reuters

Stocks Move Higher as Earnings, Stimulus Mergers Lift Dow Futures; Square Slides

With nearly two-thirds of the S&P 500 reporting June quarter earnings, collective profits are set to rise 89.8% from last year to a share-weighted $432.4 billion.