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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

Dow Futures Rebound From Hawkish Powell, Omicron Variant Concerns - Stock Market Today

Wall Street looks set for a solid rebound from yesterday's inflation and Omicron-driven rout, with investors favoring growth prospects and treatment progress over rising cases and travel restrictions.

Zscaler Lead

Zscaler Jumps on Earnings Beat and Wedbush Price-Target Lift

Zscaler shares jump after reporting earnings, revenue and billings for its fiscal first quarter that top Wall Street targets, prompting a price-target boost.

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Heller: Travel Stocks, Small Caps Are Market Fear Factors

Buckle up for what might be a wild ride as we near the end of 2021, says Jonathan Heller in Real Money.

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10 End of Year Tax Tips to Increase Your Tax Refund

Gather your receipts and check out these 10 ways you might be able to increase your savings on your next tax return.

Salesforce Lead

Salesforce Stock Slumps As Outlook Mutes Q3 Earnings Beat, Co-CEO Appointment

Salesforce forecast softer-than-expected fourth quarter profits late Tuesday, and named rising star Bret Taylor as co-CEO of the cloud and business software group alongside founder Marc Benioff.

Asia-Pacific Firms Can Become ESG Global Citizens, Deutsche Bank Regional ESG Head Says

Voltus Reportedly Going Public In SPAC Deal With $1.3 Billion Valuation

Voltus, an ESG startup that helps manage small, decentralized electricity systems, is going public in a SPAC deal that values the company at about $1.3 billion.

Omicron COVID-19 Lead

McMillan: Trader’s Lament—Omicron Casts a Giant Shadow

Avoiding overreacting is key for traders and governments.

Wall Street at Records as GOP Tax Bill Heads to Senate Vote

Salesforce, Merck, Cathie Wood, Twitter; Stocks Rebound - 5 Things You Must Know

Stocks rebound on growth optimism, but Omicron threat lingers; U.S. tightens travel restrictions to tame variant spread; Salesforce slumps on fourth quarter outlook, C-suite changes; Merck gets narrow nod for Covid pill treatment and Cathie Wood adds more Twitter shares to ARK funds following the departure of CEO Jack Dorsey.

Amazon Lead

Cyber Monday Spending Falls From Year Earlier

Shoppers spent $10.7 billion on Cyber Monday down 1.4% year over year, according to data from Adobe.