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The Dow Jones rose slightly on Monday as the blue-chip index fell 200 points; Nasdaq slipped 1.2 percent


Stocks added losses near the middle of Monday, after the Dow Jones industrial averages and the S&P 500 ended last week at an all-time high as investors struggled to find reason. to push stock benchmarks to new heights. See full story.

As Kerry secures climate commitment to China, here are other things to watch out for at Earth Day summit in Biden

Climate change was a major theme during President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office and now the administration is looking to regain leadership in the fight to slow human-induced global warming. a closely watched global summit. See full story.

Forget about bitcoin’s weekend slump. According to the strategist, follow these 2 important levels to know what happens next.

US stocks may be set for a gentle start to a big week of earnings, but bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are showing no signs of being quiet yet. See full story.

These stocks are ‘cash cows’ that give you a better way to play value fields

Sean O’Hara, president of Pacer ETFs, said the cash flow approach is the best way to determine the value of stocks in the modern economy. See full story.

The plans for the NFL-style European football league ‘Super League’ created a stir

French President Emmanuel Macron as well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson joined the duel on Monday to say they would support efforts to beat the Super League formation attempt. See full story.


Researchers at the University of Oxford conducted a “human challenge” experiment to investigate what happens when a person who has recovered from COVID-19 is re-exposed to the virus. See full story.



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