Ben Rains dives into the continued market selloff that’s pushed the S&P 500 into correction territory and sent the Nasdaq down around 17% from its highs. The market-wide selling ramped up Monday, with nearly everything down, from mega-cap technology stocks to Wall Street banks. In the face of the selling and the uncertainty, investors with
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James Iannazzo (DOB 05/15/1973) was arrested and charged with C.G.S 53a-181ka; Intimidation Based on Bigotry or Bias in the Second Degree, C.G.S 53a-181; Breach of Peace in the Second Degree and C.G.S 53a-107 Criminal Trespass in the First Degree. He was issued a court appearance date of 2/7/2022 at Bridgeport Superior Court. Courtesy: Fairfield Police
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Consumers linger outside a Haikou duty free shop at Riyue Square, Haikou City, Hainan Province, China, on September 2, 2021. Wang Jianfeng | Future Publishing | Getty Images BEIJING — Chinese consumers are spending more on luxury goods at home, even if they can’t easily travel abroad due to pandemic-related restrictions, consultancy Bain & Company
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Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell speaking at a re-nomination hearing of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, on January 11, 2022, in Washington, DC. Pool / Getty The Federal Reserve on Thursday released its long-awaited study of a digital dollar, exploring the pros and cons of the much-debated issue and soliciting public
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