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10 things before the opening bell

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1. Inflation fears are back in play, dragging stocks lower even after earnings season's strong start. On the upbeat side, the coming of the first US bitcoin futures ETF is lifting the crypto toward record highs. Check out the latest moves on the markets.

2. The US Treasury is looking to partner with crypto firms to prevent illicit activities. Crypto transactions remain difficult to trace, and a rise in ransomware payments have ensued. This marks the department's first overt outreach to the crypto industry.

3. UBS is eyeing stocks poised to best weather the global supply chain crunch. The firm is focused on companies with strong pricing power that can counteract rising costs. Check out their 12 picks here.

4. On the docket: Charles Schwab, Philips N.V., and State Street Corp., all reporting.

5. Cathie Wood said Robinhood is the closest thing to a meme stock Ark Invest has ever owned. The rest of the meme stocks are "dinosaurs," said Wood. She explained why her firm is instead on the hunt for the next FAANG stock.

6. Tesla stock could jump 15%. Jefferies set its highest-on-Wall-Street price target for the EV company at $950 amid the company's production ramp-up. Read why the firm expects the stock to surge.

7. Fundstrat thinks Ethereum could soon hit a record high of $4,900. The coin could see a breakout jump in price as its growing market share suggests further momentum ahead. In recent days, ether has been gaining ground on bitcoin.

8. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has nearly doubled its investment in Bank of America. In a stretch of 12 days last year, Buffett's company poured $2.1 billion into BofA stock. Now the investment is paying off handsomely.

9. We spoke to a 30-year-old crypto VC who runs one of the largest DeFi investing funds. Vance Spencer breaks down two early bets that have taken off exponentially. He also shares the next emerging trend on his radar.

10. A chief strategist who warned of weakness before the 2020 crash is seeing red flags again. He outlines 3 signals that stocks are due for a tough road ahead. Read his full comments on stagflation and other hot-button topics.


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10 things before the opening bell

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1. Stock futures are pointing to some recovery after yesterday's sell-off. But with energy prices soaring, the impasse in DC over the debt ceiling and the Evergrande crisis simmering, nerves are frayed. Here's what's happening across the markets so far today.

2. Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan has started to prepare for the US to possibly default on its debt. He said the scenario could be "potentially catastrophic," and hopes legislators find a way to solve the crisis. See the CEO's full comments.

3. Big-name investors have turned to experts to navigate China's complex landscape. Insider compiled a list of 10 top analysts whom portfolio and hedge fund managers are consulting to make calls on China. See the experts from firms like Muddy Waters and BCA Research.

4. Earnings on deck: Cintas Corp., Next PLC, and Jabil Circuit, all reporting.

5. Inflation concerns and surging Treasury yields are sinking Big Tech stocks. Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple fell more than 3% during Tuesday trading. The Nasdaq was down nearly as much. Here's how interest rates are impacting high-growth tech stocks.

6. Goldman Sachs cuts its China GDP forecast. Citing energy constraints and pressure to hit environmental goals, Goldman lowered its forecast for China from 8.2% to 7.8%. Get the rundown on the bank's latest China report.

7. The family behind the $238 billion Walmart fortune shared their stock picks. In newly released disclosures, the Waltons' portfolio included a variety of stocks from Pinduoduo to Snowflake. See what was the family's largest holding.

8. Coinbase has 29% upside, according to JMP. The firm said the digital asset exchange is the 'flagbearer' of the crypto economy. Here's three reasons the stock will continue to outperform.

9. Top investor pioneer says value stocks could provide 10% returns per year for investors over the next decade. While he's keen on value stocks, Rob Arnott of Research Affiliates doesn't anticipate bonds and other stocks to offer much for investors. Here's why he thinks there may never be a better chance to buy them than now.

10. Famed short seller Carson Block explained why he didn't bet against Evergrande years ago. The Muddy Waters founder viewed the Chinese property giant as a "screwed up" company, but thought it had been given political protection, so he passed on it. Read his next predictions for US-listed Chinese stocks.


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10 things before the opening bell

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Independent Advisor Alliance's CIO breaks down the Fed's tight rope walk to keep the bull market roaring.

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1. Global equities and crypto are bouncing back. The Federal Reserve's signals on monetary policy have given investors some clarity and brought a return of risk appetite. Take a look at what the markets are doing.

2. Traders bought the Evergrande dip. Both retail and institutional investors bought $1.9 billion worth of stocks during this week's sell-off, marking the 4th biggest net purchase of the pandemic. Here's why the buy-the-dip mentality prevailed this week.

3. A top wealth manager for the ultrawealthy explained how millennials and Gen Z should think about investing. Jeff Erdmann advises people with at least $2.5 million of net worth, and he recommends attacking debts one at a time, diversifying your portfolio, and being aware of your taxes. This is what he thinks about buying versus renting a home for young adults.

4. Earnings on deck: Nike, Costco, and Accenture, all reporting.

5. Legendary short-seller Jim Chanos warns Evergrande could be "far worse" than the Lehman Brothers collapse. "The whole Chinese property market is on stilts," Chanos told the Financial Times. See why he thinks Evergrande is only the tip of the iceberg.

6. Crypto funding for Palestine's Hamas nears $1 million, per Coinbase. The number far surpasses other militant groups, a result of Hamas's massive fundraising efforts. See the full report on the Islamist group's funding.

7. Robinhood is launching a crypto wallet next year. The long-awaited feature of the trading platform will begin testing the feature in October, said Robinhood crypto COO Christine Brown. Here's what you need to know ahead of the launch.

8. Toast surges 65% in IPO debut. The restaurant technology company's debut valued the company at $33 billion, far surpassing its last private funding valuation of $5 billion. The stock closed Wednesday above $60 per share.

9. UBS shared how investors can better value cryptocurrencies and blockchains. Its global wealth management division released a new digital-asset primer for investors, providing insight into crypto valuation methods. Here's why UBS's chief investment officer doesn't recommend direct exposure to crypto coins for most investors.

10. The market is headed for the dreaded "late-cycle stage," warns Bank of America. As market correction fears grow among investors, BofA believes the real estate sector should remain steady because of improving earnings sentiment and safe dividends. The bank named six real estate stocks that could weather the shifting markets.


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10 things before the opening bell

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Evergrande is China's second-biggest property developer.

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1. Stocks are recovering after yesterday's steep sell-off. The Dow is set to bounce back from losing 614 points, while oil prices are on the upturn as nerves settle. Check out the latest moves on the market.

2. Evergrande's looming default has shaken markets. The highly indebted Chinese property giant is in big trouble, with around $300 billion of liabilities to banks and bondholders. But three top analysts don't think this is China's 'Lehman Brothers moment.'

3. Baby-boomer money moving to younger generations will shift the financial sector, says a banking-crypto veteran. "Coach JV" predicts this will catalyze a move toward a highly digital, decentralized finance landscape - which is why he's already betting on these four altcoins.

4. Earnings on deck: Adobe, FedEx, and AutoZome, all reporting.

5. Green assets may be in a bubble. Soaring demand for ESG assets is driving up prices of eco-friendly investments, the Bank of International Settlements warned. Here's what to look out for in the "green bubble."

6. Volatility shouldn't discourage investors because increasingly rich Millennials will continue to boost stocks, Fundstrat's Tom Lee says. The head of research believes the long-term bull case for stocks remains intact despite the recent sell-off, as demographics set the market up for more upside. See what Lee predicts is coming next for the market.

7. Coinbase abandoned its plans for crypto lending following a spat with the SEC. The company announced its reversal as SEC Chair Gary Gensler hardens his stance against the crypto industry. Read why Coinbase's "Lend" program was dropped by the exchange.

8. One Chinese billionaire has lost $27 billion in Beijing's tech crackdown. Pinduoduo founder Colin Huang has seen his personal wealth evaporate in what has been the worst loss of wealth of anyone in the world this year, according to Bloomberg. Read about some of the biggest losers in Beijing's regulatory overhaul of China's tech sector.

9. Bank of America sees similarities between today's market and 2018's 20% pullback. Weak earnings and a hawkish Federal Reserve could hurt stocks and lead to a downturn - but these 27 dividend growth stocks should weather the storm.

10. Solana is the altcoin to 'disrupt the ethereum ecosystem,' according to a crypto ETF specialist. Laurent Kssis, who first bought bitcoin when it cost $345, recently left 21Shares, a leading Swiss firm that saw Cathie Wood join its board in May. He shared his thoughts on digital assets - and named the two reasons why the $2 billion fund surged by 700% this year


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Elliott under fire – Deutsche poaches BNP exec – SoftBank’s Miami digs

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Unions target activist fund Elliott Management for underperformance

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A new report from union groups warns big investors to proceed with caution when investing with the activist hedge fund Elliott Management. The groups said Paul Singer's $48 billion firm results in negative outcomes for its investors as well as the companies it agitates for. Here's what else is in the scathing report.


Deutsche Bank poaches BNP vet for its US credit business

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Deutsche Bank has hired Dan Crowley, a senior credit-trading exec at BNP Paribas, as its new head of US credit trading. The experienced distressed-credit specialist joins Deutsche shortly after the bank lost a key exec to the buy side. More on the key hire here.


Evergrande is in a deep hole of debt

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The Chinese property giant, Evergrande, currently owes around $300 billion of liabilities to banks and bondholders. The fate of the indebted Chinese company has spurred worry for investors around the globe, sending US markets plummeting. But here's why three top analysts don't believe this is the Chinese 'Lehman Brothers moment.'


A disability didn't stop this student from landing a job in a top bank

Kevin Truong, set to be Credit Suisse investment-banking analyst

Kevin Truong, 20, has lived with dwarfism since childhood. But he hasn't let this stop him from attending the University of California, Berkeley, or getting a job at investment bank Credit Suisse. In a now-viral LinkedIn post, Truong shared the news about how he proved himself wrong.


SoftBank is heading to Miami

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SoftBank is nearing a major deal for a large office space in Miami, joining the likes of tech giants Microsoft and Spotify. The latest addition reveals how Florida is building out its tech hub as a promising destination for big companies. See why the Miami mayor is calling it the "Silicon Valley of the South."


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10 things in tech you need to know today

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1. Amazon's AI-powered cameras reportedly punish drivers when other cars cut them off. Delivery drivers can also face punishment for using side mirrors, which can hurt their chances of earning more money, per Motherboard. Read the full story on how Amazon's delivery vans punish drivers.

2. Tesla is under investigation for a fatal Florida crash. The National Transport Safety Board is sending investigators to look into a fatal crash that left two dead when a Tesla Model 3 hit a tree. It remains unclear whether the vehicle was using Autopilot.

3. Uber employees are wondering why the company is now worth less than DoorDash. The Uber Eats delivery business has fallen far behind DoorDash, and a former Uber exec called the sagging valuation a "nightmare." Here's how DoorDash has outpaced Uber Eats since 2018.

4. Twitter will pay $809 million to settle a class-action suit about user engagement. The lawsuit alleged Twitter misled investors about the level of engagement by users on the social media platform. Here's how Twitter plans to move forward.

5. A spat with the SEC led Coinbase to abandon its plans for a crypto lending program. As SEC chief Gary Gensler hardens his stance on digital asset regulations, "Lend" won't be part of Coinbase's plans for the future. Read up on the latest regulatory battle over cryptocurrencies.

6. A TikToker redesigned the Nascar, Tinder, and Tampax logos - and the brands used them for their profile pics. Creator Emily Zugay's low-quality reimaginings said she made "repulsive but believable" designs in an effort to create intentionally awful art. Zugay could not believe it when major companies began interacting with her TikTok.

7. Apple released its new iOS 15 yesterday. Upgrading brings a slew of new features, per Gizmodo - including Focus, a similar but revamped feature of Do Not Disturb. Here's 19 things you can now do that you couldn't do before iOS 15.

8. Soccer NFT trading platform Sorare has just raised $680 million. The company, which is now France's most-valuable tech startup at a $4.3 billion valuation, secured the funds in a round led by SoftBank. Read more about how the company plans to expand into the US.

9. Softbank is close to locking in a new big office in Miami, joining other tech giants like Microsoft and Spotify. The startup backer is the latest addition to what Miami mayor Francis Suarez has called the "Silicon Valley of the South." Get the full details here.

10. Shopify just beat out Amazon in the latest competition between the ecommerce giants. Shopify sites drew more online traffic than Amazon's for the first time last quarter, reflecting the former's rapidly growing reach across the digital shopping landscape. Now, it's emergence marks a growing concern for Amazon.


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10 things before the opening bell

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1. Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on Sunday. Oil production cuts made in anticipation of the storm have already exceeded those made during Hurricane Katrina 16 years ago. Extensive power outages are expected, and the price of crude oil will likely keep climbing.

2. Friday's long-awaited Fed speech was business as usual - which was the best possible outcome. Jerome Powell didn't make waves at his annual Jackson Hole address, simply reiterating that the Fed could start tapering asset purchases this year. Stocks shot up to record highs as Powell spoke.

3. RBC analysts just updated their list of favorite small-cap stock ideas. Their picks include 13 outperform-rated companies with upside ranging from 20% to 130%. Check out the list, which is dominated by tech and biopharma names.

4. Earnings on deck: Zoom, Bank of China, and Haier Smart Home, all reporting.

5. Amazon-backed EV maker files for IPO. Rivian is reportedly seeking an $80 billion valuation, and has already raised more than $10 billion since its founding. Here's how the electric-vehicle manufacturer plans to compete with Tesla.

6. Tim Cook netted $355 million after selling the Apple shares he received as a work bonus. The company gave Cook more than $750 million of stock after he spearheaded a decade of company growth and a soaring stock price. Read more on the lucrative week for the Apple billionaire.

7. China intends to ban US stock listings for tech companies that store sensitive user data. Still, Chinese regulators said those that hold less sensitive data, like pharmaceutical firms, should still go ahead with planned listings abroad. See the latest numbers behind China's crackdown.

8. Your morning cup of joe might get more expensive as the global coffee supply chain get squeezed. Vietnam, the world's second-biggest coffee grower, has instituted strict COVID-19 travel lockdowns amid a new wave of outbreaks. Coffee prices have already been on the upswing amid a drought in Colombia and crop damage in Brazil.

9. We spoke to a top crypto-market technician who got bullish on Cardano before it surged 92%. JC Parets broke down his thinking on the call - and the broader crypto market - in an exclusive interview. Check out his takes on solana, helium, dogecoin, and bitcoin.

10. A 48-year market vet warns that the Fed will be forced to tighten policy 'way sooner' than investors anticipate. David Hunter of Contrarian Macro Advisors sees this happening as inflation continues to soar. He unpacks his outlier call for an up-to-80% stock-market crash.


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10 things before the opening bell

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1. Global stocks pull back as wary investors eye the Delta variant and unrest in Afghanistan. Fed's Rosengren says a strong jobs report could spell a September taper move, and China cracks the tech regulation whip again. Dig into the latest numbers on the markets.

2. 'Big Short' investor is shorting Cathie Wood's innovation ETF. Michael Burry, who bought puts on the ARKK ETF totaling about $31 million, is one of many to bet against Wood's fund. Burry is also raising his bet against Tesla - see the size of his wager against Elon Musk.

3. 5 meme stocks that could get squeezed higher this week: Data provider FinTel identified five heavily shorted stocks, including Support.com and ultrasound device maker NanoVibronix. See which stocks are primed for the Reddit treatment.

4. Earnings on deck: Walmart, Home Depot, and Agilent Technologies all reporting. Plus, Walmart looks to hire someone to lead its crypto development and strategy.

5. The rise in stock buybacks will push the S&P 500 to 4,700 within months, according to Goldman Sachs. The firm expects the index to rise to about 4,700 by year's end thanks to an anticipated $720 billion worth of stock buybacks. The pandemic limited the practice during 2020 - see how the numbers shake out here.

6. Tesla's under investigation for Autopilot crashes. The stock fell Monday after reports emerged about the US's auto-safety regulator inquiry into the EV company. So far, 11 Tesla crashes have been identified.

7. Dogecoin has surged 100% over the past month. Dogecoin investors are no strangers to price spikes - the most recent being driven by Elon Musk and Mark Cuban's bullish takes on the currency. The crypto's continued climb has outpaced other, larger coins like bitcoin and ether - plus it's part of the greater cryptocurrency market rally.

8. The Mormon Church's secret $100 billion fund just cashed out on GameStop. After buying 46,000 shares of the video-game retailer, the Church's position skyrocketed by 900% to over $8.7 million. Read the full breakdown of the secret Mormon investment portfolio - including how much they've cut down their bet on Tesla.

9. Sonos spiked after the ITC ruled Google's Alphabet infringed on multiple patents. Sonos had alleged that Google stole speaker tech from them and incorporated it into Google phones and laptops. After the ITC's ruling, Sonos' 11% stock surge could be just the beginning - see why they could be set for another jump.

10. The stock market could plummet by more than 16%, says Bank of America. Historically high valuations and slowing earnings growth puts the market at risk. Here are three sectors that can weather the dip.


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10 things before the opening bell

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1. Chinese data sends a red flare signaling a slowdown in economic growth. US stock futures are lower and oil keeps sliding, while markets try to assess whether to worry about Afghanistan. Take a look at what's happening here.

2. Interest rates will remain low thanks to climate change, says Carson Block. Lower rates can "stimulate investment in technologies to decarbonize [the economy]," according to the Muddy Waters' executive. To further mitigate environmental issues, further changes need to happen - read more of Block's comments.

3. Goldman Sachs has its eyes peeled for companies returning loads of cash to shareholders. The firm names 12 stocks in particular that are paying strong dividends as Q2 earnings soar and profit margins hit record highs.

4. Earnings on deck: Roblox, Bank Hapoalim B.M., and SITC International, all reporting.

5. Moderna and Pfizer stocks got a boost after the FDA authorized COVID-19 boosters. Shares of the vaccine makers jumped after the FDA announced clearance for immunocompromised individuals to receive a third jab. The companies expect demand to continue beyond 2022 - dive into the numbers behind the pharma surge.

6. Nearly half of lumber dealers are reporting excess stock as prices begin to dip after the recent surge. Prices have normalized in the lumber market, and no dealers reported any shortages of inventory. Find out why lumber supply conditions continue to shift.

7. Charlie Munger's Daily Journal registered $132 million in stock gains within 9 months. The legendary business partner of Warren Buffett has quadrupled his investments - see the 97-year-old Munger's portfolio moves.

8. Poly Network offered half a million dollars to the cyber hacker who played a part in one of the biggest crypto heists ever: The DeFi platform said the hacker helped "improve Poly Network's security." The hacker has returned nearly all of the stolen assets after saying they only stole "for fun :)" - explore the risks of decentralized finance.

9. How to mine ether for maximum profits: The CEO of a company that operates 7 mining farms breaks down how to pick the right equipment and manage electricity costs for optimal gains. Get the full story here.

10. Bank of America says investors are snapping up shares of high-quality small-cap firms. Strategist Jill Carey Hall believes that trade will keep working as the economic recovery continues. BofA says these 29 stocks are its best picks right now.


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1. Gold is working its way back from a flash crash early this morning. US stock futures are also pulling lower on bets the Fed will pull away the stimulus punch bowl. Catch up on what's happening on the markets.

2. The July jobs report was good. Really good. The stellar numbers suggest that the ongoing labor-market recovery is progressing nicely. Barring obstacles from rising COVID cases, the economy may recover four months earlier than originally expected.

3. 15-year pro trader Michael Boutros sees considerable volatility ahead for bitcoin. The DailyFX technical strategist breaks down it could surge to $45,000 in the next 2-3 weeks before dropping to the $32,000 to $35,000 range. Boutros also lays out 3 trades for ethereum.

4. On the docket: Aramco, Air Products and Chemicals, and Barrick Gold reporting.

5. Retail traders on Wall Street Bets have set their targets. The driving force behind Gamestop and AMC's recent stock squeezes is now discussing McAfee, Tesla, and MicroVision. See the rest of the top 10 most-mentioned meme stocks on Reddit.

6. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway got bearish on airlines because of volatility, says American Airlines CEO. Last year, Buffett's firm sold the "Big Four" airline stocks because the pandemic highlighted how volatile the industry is. See why the American Airlines chief said that the company's stock may not be the safest bet right now.

7. The crypto market might be heading overseas if the infrastructure bill goes through, says Sam Bankman-Fried. The latest updates to the crypto tax provision may bring changes to big players, including Ethereum. "So their choices, basically, would be a) shut down [or ] b) move out of of the US," he said.

8. Investors are shorting Cathie Wood's ARK Innovation ETF like never before. At present time, $2.7 billion worth of bets are being wagered against Wood's flagship ETF. Short sellers are now up 7.8% for the year.

9. How to mine ethereum. Miners are facing a new reality after a recent network upgrade. A 25-year-old who pays $42 a month in exchange for half an ether monthly explains how he does it.

10. Credit Suisse is on the hunt for stocks set to thrive amid falling rates. It arrived at a hybrid model designed to pinpoint names offering both quality and price-sensitive growth. Here are the 21 the firm says you should buy now.


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