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Global futures and options trading reaches record level in 2020

Global futures and options trading reaches record level

FIA released yearly statistics that show the total number of futures and options traded on exchanges worldwide reached a record level of 46.77 billion contracts in 2020, up 35.6% from 2019.

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GameStop (GME) Crushes Short Sellers and Andrew Left

GME GameStop

GameStop (GME) jumps 36.65% at $58.63 having hit earlier on the session as high as $76.76 as the fight between longs and shorts intensifies.

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Here is why IBM Slumps

IBM

IBM is over 6% lower in after market trading after the company reported mixed results for the fourth quarter.

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Stock upgrades and downgrades in December 2020

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Stock upgrades and downgrades in December 2020. Find out December 2020 Stock upgrades and downgrades from the top analysts in Wall Street.

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Here is Why Netflix (NFLX) Jumps Today

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Netflix NFLX jumps over 11% after hours after the company reported 4Q results and announced that is close to being free cash flow positive

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OCC Fines Former Wells Fargo General Counsel $3.5 Million in Settlement

OCC Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Strother

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today announced it has assessed a $3.5 million penalty against James Strother for his role in Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.'s systemic sales practices misconduct.

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Airbnb (ABNB) cancelling all DC reservations during Biden inauguration

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Airbnb (ABNB) is cancelling all reservations in the Washington, D.C., area during the week of Joe Biden’s inauguration

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Here is why Intel (INTC) Jumps 8% today

INTC Intel

Intel (INTC) stocks rally, adding over 8% in early trading after the announcement that CEO Bob Swan will be stepping down and replaced by VMware (VMW) CEO Pat Gelsinger.

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SEC Charges Deutsche Bank With FCPA Violations Related to Third-Party Intermediaries

Deutsche Bank

SEC charges against Deutsche Bank AG for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). As part of coordinated resolutions with the SEC and the Department of Justice, Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay more than $120 million,

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SEC Issues Over $1.1 Million to Multiple Whistleblowers

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Securities and Exchange Commission today announced awards totaling more than $1.1 million to five whistleblowers who provided high-quality information that led to successful enforcement actions.

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