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Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson carries crew member Sirisha Bandla on his shoulders while celebrating their flight to space at Spaceport America near Truth or Consequences, N.M., July 11, 2021. Photo: Andres Leighton/Associated Press Updated July 12, 2021 9:35 am ET...


China moved to ease investor concerns about crackdowns on listed companies, with a top regulator privately telling global financial firms that Beijing will consider the market impact before introducing future policies, people familiar with the matter said. Fang Xinghai, vice chairman of the China S...


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COURTESY OF PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE, INC. INVESTORS are expected to go bargain hunting this week after the market closed in the red on Friday and are likely to take their cue from the release of July inflation data. The 30-member Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) shaved off 226.30 poin...


There are several pluses for BioNTech in the deal. Key Points The drugmaker announced that it's acquiring a research program and a manufacturing facility from Kite, which is owned by Gilead Sciences. This deal shows that BioNTech is prepared to use its growing cash stockpile...


NextAdvisor illustration Bitcoin’s price jumped back above $42,000 Friday, following a sudden increase earlier this week after weeks hovering around $30,000 following a high of more than $60,000 in April. For crypto investors, it’s just more volatility to tune out. We want to h...


Reading Time: 3 minutes Have you been thinking about entering the Forex trading game? Are you intrigued by the potential return this investment method could bring? While the profit sounds nice, keep in mind forex trading requires a lot of research and education. There are various forex strate...


This is the web version of Bull Sheet, a no-nonsense daily newsletter on what’s happening in the markets. Sign up to get it delivered free to your inbox. Good evening, Bull Sheeters. This is Fortune finance reporter Rey Mashayekhi, filling in with a special PM edition of the newsletter while B...


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Sterling and Euro Gain Slightly but Remain Pressured US Jobless Claims in Focus  Wall Street Lower Even on Impressive Earnings The US dollar remains strong heading toward the end of the week with inflation concerns hurting market sentiment. This appears evident not only in the forex market...


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The importance of keeping tabs with the latest news Imagine this scenario: you are going through some stocks that you think will give you profits. Two of them caught your attention. You decided to go with Stock A instead of Stock B. The following day, you turned on the TV and saw that stock B...


The MSE Equity Total Return Index (MSE) closed the week in the red, with a 0.6% decline to finish the week at 7,921.403 points. Price declines in Simonds Farsons Cisk plc (SFC) and HSBC Bank Malta plc (HSBC) shares dragged the index lower. Similar to last week, turnover was €0.4m. Fifteen...