U.S. stocks mixed at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average up 0.56% By Investing.com

Investing.com – U.S. stocks were mixed after the close on Friday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher while losses in the , and sectors led shares lower. At the close in NYSE, the gained 0.56%, while the index fell 0.88%, and the index fell 2.05%. The best performers of the session on the were American Express Company (NYSE:), which rose 6.23% or 13.55 points to trade

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Bitcoin Pioneer Hal Finney Posthumously Wins New Award Named for Him

The first four awards, including Finney’s, are meant specifically to retroactively reward those who made the biggest contributions to Bitcoin within the periods between each of the first four halvings: 2009-2012 (Finney), 2012-2016, 2016-2020 and 2020-2024. After that, the prize will go to those who contribute most in the intervening four years. Source link

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Tether debuts on The Open Network integrated with Telegram By Investing.com

Tether’s and its gold-backed version, , have gone live on The Open Network (TON), providing Telegram’s 900 million monthly users a new method for peer-to-peer global payments.  Fintech firm Ramp Network, a crypto infrastructure provider, will support the purchasing and withdrawal of USDT on TON. At launch, exchanges and built-in on-ramps such as bank transfers, card payments, and peer-to-peer transactions will be available to make it easy for users to

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Why Nvidia Stock Plunged 10% Today

It’s rare for a $2 trillion stock to fall on no direct news, but that’s exactly what happened to Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) today. Shares of the AI chip leader got swept up in a broader AI sell-off after one analyst noted that Super Micro Computer (NASDAQ: SMCI), another AI stock leader, failed to report preliminary revenue, casting doubt on its upcoming results. That news caused Nvidia to fall 10%, while

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House votes set for foreign aid bills, TikTok forced sale

House votes set for foreign aid bills, TikTok forced sale – CBS News Watch CBS News The House is set to vote Saturday on a set of bills championed by Speaker Mike Johnson that would provide funding for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, as well as legislation that would trigger a forced sale of TikTok. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane has more. Be the first to know Get browser notifications

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Gold’s glittering run set for bumpy ride as rate-cut expectations suffer blow By Investing.com

Investing.com — has glittered its way to record highs on a diet of geopolitical tensions, a weaker dollar, sluggish real yields, but with rate cut expectations suffering a major blow, the yellow metal’s run could soon be on borrowed time.  “We would not add gold exposure at current prices, and view it as vulnerable on a 6-12 month horizon as forward markets will further unwind Fed rate cut expectations and bond

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