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Former national security adviser Michael Flynn is pleading guilty to lying to the FBI, and the plea deal indicates that he may be ready to flip on President Donald Trump.
Rick Rieder, BlackRock’s $US1.7 trillion bond chief, thinks sleeping is a waste of time, so he wakes up at 3:30 every workday and gets right down to business. “Every day is truly insane,” he tells Business Insider. Read more about his hellacious schedule and remarkable work ethic.
Deutsche Bank’s brand new head of emerging market fixed income sales in Europe is already out after only three months on the job. Nasdaq appears to be taking a step back in its foray into the world of big data, filing to withdraw four data products.
Republicans leaders say they ‘have the votes’ to pass their massive tax bill, but a brutal new analysis shows the GOP tax bill would do little for US economic growth. Stocks could surge 25% if it passes, according to UBS.
Here’s what else is going on in the markets:
- Blue Apron is moving higher after naming a new CEO
- WHITE HOUSE: Cryptocurrencies are ‘being monitored by our team’
- Bitcoin futures trading gets the green light from US regulators
- Bitcoin is gaining ground after futures trading gets approval from US regulators
- A handful of tech stocks have absolutely crushed FANG this year
- JPMORGAN: Here’s what you should be reading, listening to, and visiting in 2018
- The unofficial Goldman Sachs holiday gift guide for 2017
Lastly, here’s what’s it’s like to party at Brooklyn’s wildest club – with all-night dance parties, gravity-defying performances, and crazy costumes.