Finance/Venture

Gun and Prison Stocks Gain as Trump’s Election Odds Improve Post-Rally Incident

Following an assassination attempt at a Donald Trump rally, cryptocurrency, gun, and prison stocks surged in premarket trading on Monday, with Trump Media & Technology Group up 67%.


JPMorgan Chase Aims to Attract 15% of US Consumer Deposits, Expand Credit Card Share

JPMorgan Chase is reportedly striving to amass 15% of US consumer deposits and expand its credit card share...

Archegos Founder Bill Hwang Found Guilty of Securities Fraud

Defunct hedge fund firm Archegos Capital Management founder Bill Hwang has been found guilty of securities and market manipulation fraud which prosecutors claimed cost global investment banks billions..

Yonge Street Capital Co-Founder Nathanael Aikman Found Guilty of Fraud, Sentenced to 4-Year Jail Time

Yonge Street Capital co-founder Nathanael Anthony Aikman has been found guilty of fraud charges by a Canadian provincial court for accepting millions of dollars from investors...


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Mastercard Integrates AI Into Fraud-Prediction Technology to Find Compromised Cards Before Criminals Use Them
Mastercard has revealed its plan to employ AI to determine if a credit or debit card number has been compromised.
Rising Property Insurance Rates in Florida Forcing Nursing Homes to Close: Report
Florida's officials report that rising commercial property insurance prices have caused hundreds of nursing homes to close in the last five years.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Preparing to Retire Sooner Than Expected, Striking Key Change in Plans
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon suggested that he may resign as the leader of the country's biggest lender earlier than expected.
Ryanair Reports 34% Increase in Net Profit
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair said that their net profit rose to $2.09 billion or 34%, making it its best-ever financial performance.
Bank of Japan Announces 11-Year High in 10-year Government Bond Yield
The 10-year Japanese Government Bond (JGB) rose to its highest level in 11 years since a similar rating was recorded back in 2013.
US Regulators Considering Slashing Proposed Capital Hike for Big Banks: Report
The Federal Reserve and two other US regulators are reportedly considering a new plan to reduce a nearly 20% mandated increase in capital for the country's largest banks.
US Credit Card Debt Is Rising, With Borrowers Owing an Average of Over $6,000
The average consumer has $6,218 in credit card debt, and the number of borrowers who are unable to make their payments is on the rise.
IMF Criticizes Joe Biden's Ramping Up Chinese Import Tariffs, Says US Should Work With China to Resolve Disputes
The IMF is urging the US to maintain its open trade system instead of imposing new punitive duties on goods from China.
US Seniors: What You Need to Know About Retirement Abroad
With a growing number of people in the US choosing to retire elsewhere, those doing so are advised to research thoroughly on where to retire and enjoy their Social Security payments as much as possibl
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Sounds Alarm on Ballooning US Fiscal Deficit Due to High Government Spending
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has cautioned that the United States should promptly address its ballooning fiscal deficit to avoid future economic turmoil.
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