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Reddit's WallStreetBets Forum Briefly Goes Dark

A message on the forum’s landing page initially said WallStreetBets had been taken private by its moderators because off technical difficulties on an “unprecedented scale as a result of the newfound interest in WSB.”

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The Day-Trading Barbarians at the Gate Won't Sack Wall Street

The frenetic trading of options by retail investors isn’t large enough to disrupt the primary purpose of equity capital markets.

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Her Husband Died of Covid. Now She Needs a New Financial Plan

A 53-year-old Phoenix woman wants to get through the next few years and plan for retirement. Here’s what a financial adviser suggests.

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Netflix, Procter & Gamble, Intel: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

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Stock Futures Rise as Tech Leads Charge

U.S. stock futures edged higher on strong earnings and renewed investor enthusiasm for big technology companies.

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Goldman Profit More Than Doubles, Powered by Trading

The Wall Street firm’s revenue rose 18% above 2019’s fourth-quarter level as it benefited from a relatively small loan book and heavy exposure to underwriting and trading securities.

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Yellen Prepared to Affirm Commitment to Market-Determined Dollar Value

The expected remarks at her confirmation hearing Tuesday would represent a return to the U.S.’s hands-off approach, which President Trump had deviated from by often publicly calling for a lower dollar.

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Alphabet, Intel, Exxon Mobil: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the news.

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Banks Can't Blacklist Entire Industries Under New Rule

The new regulation from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency comes in response to complaints from oil-and-gas businesses.

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Capitol Riot Threatens Trump's Already-Struggling Business

President Trump’s real-estate and golf empire was already struggling with the pandemic, weak growth and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

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