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Oil is being propped up by Middle East tensions after the US used video to blame Iran for tanker attacks


Luckin Coffee, a massive but unprofitable Chinese Starbucks competitor, is set to begin trading in the US


Global stocks are a sea of red on trade-war fears after Trump claimed that China 'broke the deal'



Ex-Twitter CEO Ev Williams' VC firm just scored its first home run with the Beyond Meat IPO


Global stocks gain after 'Apple's got its mojo back' with bullish forecast — while traders cheer China trade-war progress and Fed meeting


Stock markets are setting records but profits, tax cuts, cheap debt, buybacks and the Fed's patience won't last



US stocks rally again to record highs as earnings smash expectations — 'Is it different this time?'


Zoom's stock soared in the video-conferencing company's public trading debut, making CEO Eric Yuan a billionaire


Video conferencing company Zoom prices IPO at $36 per share, giving it a $9.2 billion valuation — 9 times its last private valuation


Lyft reportedly threatens to sue Morgan Stanley, accuses the bank of supporting short-selling


NYSE used a massive red banner to woo Pinterest away from the Nasdaq for its $12 billion IPO


Recession fears trigger sea of red in Asian stocks; US and Europe are are only slightly lower



Uber reportedly chooses the NYSE for IPO as competitor Lyft gears up to list on the Nasdaq


IEX just released a mock infomercial trolling NYSE and Nasdaq, and it's sure to get Wall Street's attention


Crypto exchanges want Wall Street money, but a Nasdaq executive says there's 1 big obstacle holding them back


US stocks set to slip as investors kick off a busy week of US-China trade talks, Fed meeting, and Apple earnings



Global stocks gain as chip earnings spark tech rally that lifts China equities to 7-week high


Nasdaq says the US government shutdown is paralysing the IPO market — and the huge bottleneck of firms waiting to go public is getting worse


Global markets slip as investors fear US prosecutor probe of Huawei is a bad sign for the China trade war


A group of Wall Street firms are planning to launch an stock exchange that should ‘scare the living daylights out of NYSE and Nasdaq’