China said it may stop buying more US Treasuries while crypto represents a final speculative phase of the stock market like Internet stocks in 1999.
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Mike Saul gives his weekly update on the markets and talks about new Bitcoin futures.
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Robert Shiller, professor of economics at Yale University, discusses the legitimacy of bitcoin and why investors are looking at the cryptocurrency.
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Marc Faber gives his latest views on the markets and geopolitics after his banishment from Bloomberg, CNBC, and Fox News.
Bloomberg's Simone Foxman reports on how the Senate's tax reform plan could change the way investors with taxable brokerage accounts sell shares.
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Facebook is creating "safe" apps for kids to use on Facebook ultimately to control their time and therefore control them for life.