Month: June 2021

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday called on billionaires in the U.S. to more vocally support reforms to the nation’s tax code, in attempt to stave off more-liberal legislative proposals from politicians in Washington. “This administration doesn’t like you, so come up with something proactively that makes it so you are not being taxed in the way [Sen.]
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In this article POSH ThredUp is an online consignment and thrift store. It has struck partnerships with retailers, including Walmart. ThredUP Secondhand apparel has gained popularity among shoppers and now, some want the government to give it a boost. Nearly half of consumers — 44% — think the government should promote a more sustainable approach
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) – The drugmaker’s stock rose 3.5% in the premarket after it detailed plans to spin out its consumer health-care business into a separate company. Glaxo will eventually receive an $11 billion payment from the new company. MicroStrategy (MSTR) – MicroStrategy rallied
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A GameStop store is pictured in New York, January 29, 2021. Carlo AllegriI | Reuters GameStop shares climbed after the videogame retailer said it sold five million additional shares, raising $1.13 billion in capital to accelerate growth. The original Reddit favorite meme stock jumped 9% in premarket trading on Tuesday after the company announced the
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Longtime crypto bull Meltem Demirors reiterated her confidence in the cryptocurrency Tuesday, telling CNBC she believes the correction in bitcoin is simply weeding out the investors with “paper hands.” Paper hands is a term used in the crypto community to characterize people who sell a digital asset such as bitcoin when turbulence strikes markets. It’s
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Crypto investor Mike Novogratz told CNBC on Tuesday that bitcoin faces near-term uncertainty after falling below $30,000, but he maintained a long-term positive outlook. Bitcoin has struggled in the past two months, after notching an all-time high in April near $65,000. The weakness in recent days comes as reports indicated China took further steps to
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