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Alibaba’s stock jumps after Jack Ma makes first public appearance since October

Shares of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA, +3.36% shot up 7.3% toward a more than 6-week high in premarket trading Wednesday, putting them on track for a fifth-straight gain, after co-founder Jack Ma made his first public appearance in nearly three months. The rally in the China-based internet giant's shares puts them on track to open at the highest price seen during regular-session hours since Dec. 4. A...

Netflix Whiffs on Fourth-Quarter Earnings, but Subscriber Growth Is Much Better Than Expected

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) fell short of profitability estimates in its most recent quarter, but investors were cheered by a dramatic, surprising jump in the streaming-video king's subscriber count. In its results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020, which were published after market hours on Tuesday, the company announced that it booked revenue of $6.64 billion. That's a nearly 22% improvement year over year, and it slightly exceeded the...

FBI Profiler Says Banning People On Social Media Makes It Harder To Fight Terrorism

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,A former FBI profiler told NBC News that banning people on social media makes it harder to fight terrorism because it stops authorities from being able to keep track of their activity.The remark was made in the context of a report about one of the individuals who stormed the Capitol building earlier this month – 70-year-old Lonnie Coffman.Coffman drove a pickup...

3 UK shares I’d avoid because hedge funds expect them to fall

One thing I always keep a close eye on as part of my investment research is the list of the most shorted UK shares. These are the shares that hedge funds and institutional investors are betting heavily against. When stocks are heavily shorted, it pays to be careful. The hedge funds don’t always get things right yet, quite often, they do. Carillion, Thomas Cook, Debenhams… these were all...

Bitfinex opens trading for ETH 2.0

Digital token trading platform Bitfinex is to launch trading for ETH 2.0, allowing its users to exit or enter an ethereum (ETH) 2.0 staking position. ETH 2.0 will be available to trade with US Dollars (ETH2/USD), ethereum (ETH2/ETH) and tether tokens (ETH2/USDt) on 21/01/21 at 14:00 PM UTC. ETH 2.0 tokens represent ETH holdings successfully staked on Bitfinex’s ETH 2.0 staking service, and thereby locked on the beacon...

Genesis names first COO

Genesis, a specialists in digital currency prime brokerage services, has appointed Dr Derar Islim to the newly-created position of Chief Operating Officer (COO).  Read the full story at Institutional Asset Manager…

Pragma launches execution algorithms with deep-learning capabilities for equity trading

Pragma, an independent algorithmic trading technology provider, has launched a new generation of deep-learning enabled execution algorithms.  Pragma initiated the project in 2018 to see if deep neural networks could be applied to an execution algorithm’s micro-trading, engine–governing decisions such as the routing, sizing, pricing and timing of orders – and deal with complex multi-dimensional trading challenges more effectively.   Following a beta launch in 2020, Pragma managed a...

Global bitcoin transaction processing costs USD25m per day in electricity

New data released by Trading Platforms indicates that it costs USDF25.2 million per day in electricity to process bitcoin transactions. The consumption cost is based on bitcoin’s 30-day average transaction of 328,418 as of 17 January, 2021, and the energy footprint per 1 BTC transaction confirmation of 612 kWh equivalent to USD76.74. Read the full story at Institutional Asset Manager…

UK inflation rises to 0.6%; London average house price exceeds £500,000 – business live

Jamie Durham, economist at PwC, says the stamp duty holiday drove prices up in London: “Prices in the capital rose by nearly 10% on an annual basis, adding £45,000 to the average home in 12 months, and pushing the average house price to over £500,000 for the first time. The stamp duty holiday is a particular benefit in London and is likely to have played a significant part...

Stock futures inch higher in early morning trading ahead of Biden’s inauguration

Stock futures were muted in early morning trade on Wednesday as investors waited for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were 40 points higher. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures also traded in mildly positive territory.Netflix soared more than 12% in extended trading after the company reported strong subscriber growth and said it's considering share buybacks. Netflix handily beat estimates for global paid...

New CARL app gives accredited investors access to quant hedge fund investment opportunities

CARL has launched the CARL mobile application, a new digital investing tool that 'puts the power of quantitative hedge funds in the hands of regular accredited investors'.  This new quant hedge fund opportunity is available now in the Apple App Store with an Android version in the pipeline. CARL is able to bring leading global quant hedge funds to regular accredited investors with a buy-in as low as...

Gold bucks seasonals: Is it a sign?

Gold has a slow start to 2021Usually gold has a great start to the year on Chinese gold buying for the Lunar New year celebrations. In the last 10 years gold has risen eight years out of ten in January. The largest gain was in 2012 with a strong 9.14% rise. The biggest loss was in 2011 with a -6.74% loss. Despite the normal strong seasonals (see chart...
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