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Netflix, Peloton, Intel, Microsoft And Slumping Tech Stocks - Five Things You Must Know
Stock futures trade mixed amid the worst week for tech since October of 2020; Netflix shares plunge on weak subscriber growth forecasts; Peloton hits back at "false" production pause report; Intel unveils plans to invest $20 billion in two chipmaking plants in Ohio and Microsoft says it will keep the Call of Duty game on PlayStation after its $69 billion Activision takeover.
Bitcoin Slides as Fed Studies Issuing a Cryptocurrency
Central bank says it won't act to create a cryptocurrency without support from Congress and the White House.
Twitter Lets Subscribers Add NFTs For Profile Pics
A way to prevent copycats and fakes, the NFT profile pictures will have a hexagonal shape.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/20: Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo
Jim Cramer says we haven't reached the market bottom, but he sees opportunities among the bank stocks after their earnings reports.
Here Are Some Stocks That Flourish When Rates Rise
Each of the four companies has a lower forward price-earnings ratio than the S&P 500.
Wharton Students Think Six-Figure Salaries Are The American Average
The average American salary is not $800,000, even though Wharton students guessed that income.
Pork Ice Cream? It's Coming To Some McDonalds' Not Near You
The meaty dessert will be available in McDonald's restaurants across Thailand until April 5.
Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate in a Bubble, Says Investor Grantham
'We have the most exuberant, ecstatic, even crazy investor behavior in the history of the U.S. stock market,' Jeremy Grantham said.