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Saturday

JPMorgan Chase is the biggest of the big banks. Critics say that poses a risk

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Wednesday

Bitcoin hits record high — buoyed by a surge of interest from mom-and-pop investors

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Tuesday

Bitcoin hit a record high following a rally sparked by the Securities and Exchange Commission's approval of bitcoin exchange-traded funds. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

Months of attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea impact companies, customers

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Monday

The stock market sets new records as Wall Street's confidence in the economy grows

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Friday

Tuesday

Will Bitcoin ETFs lead to crypto becoming more common in investment portfolios?

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Wednesday

Experts urge caution when it comes to the Federal Reserve lowering interest rates

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Wednesday

As Bill Ackman goes after journalism organizations, higher education, and D.E.I., he is using many of the tactics he developed and relied on as an activist investor. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

Bill Ackman uses relentless boardroom tactics in war against Ivy Leagues and news

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Friday

The S&P 500 hit a record high on Friday, boosted by gains in technology share and by rising hopes about the economy. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Saturday

SEC approves Bitcoin investment fund, worrying cryptocurrency critics

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Thursday

SEC approves new bitcoin fund, paving the way for more Americans to buy crypto

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Wednesday

The Securities and Exchange Commission, under Chair Gary Gensler, has approved several spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds, which will track the cryptocurrency's price. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. says yes to new bitcoin funds, paving the way for more Americans to buy crypto

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Monday

Billionaire investor Bill Ackman is taking on higher education

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Tuesday

A bitcoin ATM is seen in Brooklyn, N.Y., on June 13, 2022. Virtual currencies like bitcoin are recovering from a tough period partly on rising hopes that bad actors have been weeded out and that confidence can return to the sector. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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After a brutal stretch, a remarkable thing is happening: Cryptocurrencies are surging

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Saturday

Despite inflation and fears of a recession, markets close out the year on a high

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Friday

Prices in the U.S. have fallen for the first time in more than three years

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Tuesday

The U.S. is joining a taskforce to protect ships from Houthi attacks in the Red Sea

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Wednesday

This year's rally has really depended on seven stocks that Wall Street refers to as "the Magnificent Seven": Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, NVDIA, Meta, Microsoft and Tesla Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Wall Street calls them 'the Magnificent 7': They're the reason why stocks are surging

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Tuesday

Charlie Munger, the longtime vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, was a fixture at the company's annual shareholders meeting in Omaha, Nebraska. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Investor Charlie Munger, the longtime business partner of Warren Buffett, has died

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Wednesday

Argentina's President-elect Javier Milei has a plan to fight inflation: dollarization

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Tuesday

Changpeng Zhao, widely known as CZ, will step down from Binance, the crypto company he founded in 2017, as part of a deal with the Department of Justice and U.S. regulators. Patricia De Melo Moreira/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Sunday

A jury took less than five hours to convict former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried of fraud and money laundering. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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He lost $200,000 when FTX imploded last year. He's still waiting to get it back

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