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  1. The Fearless Girl statue is seen outside the NYSE in New York

    Wall Street week ahead: Investors await BlackRock earnings after blistering second quarter market rally

    Investors will watch next week's earnings from BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, for a snapshot of how the industry performed during ...
  2. The logo of the Walt Disney Company is displayed above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange sho

    ‘The Ultimate Hold’: Why Disney has investors stuck in place

    Walt Disney Co is planning to reopen its Orlando-based Walt Disney World theme park on July 11, ending the longest shutdown of the company's ...
  3. New York Stock Exchange opens during COVID-19

    'Disaster' US earnings loom, but investors try and look beyond

    U.S. companies are preparing to open their books on a quarter that is set to show the biggest earnings fall since the financial crisis, leaving ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A picture illustration shows a 100 Dollar banknote laying one Dollar banknotes

    'Death Cross' strikes US dollar as COVID-19 cases grow

    A resurgent coronavirus pandemic in the United States and the prospect of improving growth abroad are souring some investors on the dollar, ...
  5. Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a a video conference call outside Moscow

    Investors in Russian bonds relaxed about extended Putin rule

    The prospect of President Vladimir Putin staying in the Kremlin until 2036 does not seem to be deterring buyers of Russia's high-yielding ...
  6. Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York

    Nasdaq's US$1.2 trillion biotech index draws Europe's COVID drug hunters

    Spain's Pharma Mar is looking at listing on New York's Nasdaq market, joining a flurry of biotech companies aiming to tap investors' voracious ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: The Telegram messaging app logo is seen on a website in Singapore

    Telegram to pay US$18.5 million, return investor money to settle SEC charges

    Telegram Group Inc has agreed to return US$1.2 billion (£972.84 million) to investors and pay an US$18.5 million civil penalty to resolve charges ...