Dow futures slip a day before crucial CPI report 

U.S. stock futures slipped on Monday, edging lower a day ahead of an eagerly awaited report on inflation.

Eighty Percent of the World's Stock Options Aren't Traded Where You Think 

Bitcoin and GameStop made headlines. But an even wilder speculative mania has emerged in India.

Bitcoin pushes past $70,000 in fresh surge for the cryptocurrency 

Bitcoin surged past $70,000 on Monday morning, continuing a remarkable run for the cryptocurrency.

Vinyl Is Back But Hand Gel Is Out as the U.K. Freshens Its Price Measures 

Hand-sanitization gel will no longer help gauge inflation in the U.K. as the Covid-19 pandemic recedes, part of an updated basket that also reflects a trend toward healthier lifestyle and renewed interest in vinyl records.

It Isn't Just Big Tech Propelling Gains in the Stock Market Anymore 

A broader group of companies has fueled the recent climb to records.

Japan's Economy Expanded on Capital Spending Boost 

Japanese gross domestic product in the final quarter of 2023 was increased to show a modest growth thanks to stronger-than-initially-estimated capital spending.

China's Property Bubble Popped. These Cities Are Taking the Brunt. 

The number of completed but unsold homes are in the millions, with one housing official saying billions could be possible.

Fed and ECB Tee Up June Rate Cuts. What Then? 

The start of rate moves on either side of the Atlantic will be a lot more in sync on the way down than on the way up.

Two Canals, Two Big Problems-One Global Shipping Mess 

Drought in Panama and Houthi attacks in the Red Sea are delaying deliveries and pushing up costs.

How Bitcoin Made a Believer Out of BlackRock 

Chief Executive Larry Fink's U-turn illustrates Wall Street's growing desire to capitalize on a market that has long been considered the Wild West of finance.

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