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U.S. regulator warns of cryptocurrency 'pump-and-dump' schemes
NEW YORK, Feb 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. derivatives regulator
warned investors on Thursday about cryptocurrency
"pump-and-dump" scams that aim to rip off investors by inflating
the price of volatile virtual tokens through spreading bogus
UK blames Russia for cyber attack, says won't tolerate disruption
Britain blamed Russia on Thursday for a cyber-attack last year, publicly pointing the finger at Moscow for spreading a virus which disrupted companies across Europe including UK-based Reckitt Benckiser. The so-called NotPetya attack in June started in Ukraine where it crippled government and business computers before spreading around the world, halting operations at ports, factories and offices.
Dow's rally comes with panic-like buying, as NYSE's Arms falls to lowest level in 15 months
With the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 238 points in afternoon trade Wednesday, and over 1,000 points amid a 4-session win streak, market internal data is suggesting panic-like buying that hasn't been seen in 15 months. The NYSE Arms Index, a volume weighted breadth measure, fell to 0.447 in afternoon trade. The Arms Index tends to decline below 1.000 when the broader market rises, as the intensity of buyers of advancing stocks increases relative to the intensity of sellers of declining stocks. The number of advancing stocks on the NYSE outnumbered decliners 2,046 to 889, or by a 2.3-to-1 margin, while advancing volume exceeded declining volume 476.4 million shares to 92.4 million shares, or by a 5.2-to-1 margin. Many see Arms readings below 0.500 as implying panic-like activity. The last sub-.500 reading was Jan. 26, at 0.490, when the Dow peaked at 26,616.71. The current reading is the lowest seen since Nov. 9, 2016 when the Dow rallied 257 points; on Nov. 10, the Dow jumped another 218 points.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Cboe Volatility index tumbles 20%, drops back below long-term average
The Cboe Volatility index slumped on Wednesday, dropping back below its long-term average as the U.S. stock market showed further signs of recovering from recent weakness. The VIX fell 22%, or about 5.5 points, to 19.41, moving back below its historical average of 20 for the first time since Feb. 2. The so-called "fear index" has surged of late, moving as high as 50.30 - its highest reading since mid-2015 - as major U.S. stock indexes suffered their first correction in about two years. Those losses were spurred by concerns that inflation was creeping back into the economy, which could spur the Federal Reserve to be more aggressive in raising rates. Stocks saw huge daily swings as investors adjusted to this new environment, with the Dow dropping more than 1,000 points in two separate sessions. As inflation concerns have abated somewhat, equities have recovered and the VIX has retreated from its recent peak, although it remains up more than 70% on the year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.5% on Wednesday, while the S&P 500 was up 1% and the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.3%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Gold prices turn lower after inflation report comes in hotter than expected, dollar rises
Gold futures early Wednesday turned lower following a key reading of inflation, putting the yellow metal on pace to snap a string of three gains in a row. The consumer-price index jumped 0.5% in January, with core inflation readings showing an increase of 0.3% for the month, exceeding economists forecasts. April gold fell $6.90, or 0.5%, at $1,323 an ounce. The move comes as the closely watched ICE U.S. Dollar Index popped higher, up 0.4% at 90.05. Risk assets retreated, meanwhile, with futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 index pointed to a lower opening trade for those benchmarks , as the 10-year Treasury yield rose to 2.87%. Precious metals, which are often pegged to dollars, tend to rise when the buck weakens because a falling dollar can make buying those assets cheaper for investors using weaker monetary units. Rising yields, in theory, should detract from appetite for gold because precious metals don't bear a yield. However, rising inflation could provide a lift for gold over the short term because it is often viewed as a hedge against rising prices. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Pfizer's Xtandi delays prostate cancer spread in early stage disease
Use of Xtandi in early stage prostate cancer on top of standard hormone therapy reduced the risk of disease spreading or death by 71 percent compared with hormone therapy alone, study results that could lead to significantly increased sales of the Pfizer Inc (PFE) and Astellas Pharma Inc (ALPMF) medicine.
Wall Street's 'fear gauge' breaks above 26, marks highest level since around Brexit
A measure of Wall Street volatility on Monday rose sharply, hitting its highest level since around the time of Britain's vote to exit from the European Union. The CBOE Volatility Index was up 52% at 26.33, its loftiest level since late June of 2016, according to FactSet data. The VIX uses bullish and bearish option bets on the S&P 500 index to reflect expected volatility over the coming 30 days, and it typically rises as stocks fall. A reading above 20 exceeds that of the volatility gauge's historical average, and may indicate a more bearish outlook for equities. The spike in the VIX on Monday comes as the S&P 500 index was hitting touching its lowest levels in weeks, falling more than 5% since a recent peak on Jan. 26, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was off more than 900 points, or 3.5%, at 24,625. The Nasdaq Composite Index was off 2% at 7,074, as technology shares also came under pressure. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Wall Street's 'fear gauge' breaks above 20 for first time since around Trump election
A measure of Wall Street volatility on Monday rose sharply, hitting its highest level since around the time of President Donald Trump's stunning election victory November of 2016. The CBOE Volatility Index was up 27% at 21.72, its loftiest level since Nov. 4, 2016, according to FactSet data. The VIX uses bullish and bearish option bets on the S&P 500 index to reflect expected volatility over the coming 30 days, and it typically rises as stocks fall. A reading above 20 exceeds that of the volatility gauge's historic average, and may indicate a more bearish outlook for equities. The spike in the VIX on Monday comes as the S&P 500 index was hitting a recent nadir, falling more than 5% since a recent peak on Jan. 26, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was off more than 460 points, or 1.8%, at 25,098. The Nasdaq Composite Index was off 1.1% at 7,165, as technology shares also came under pressure. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Hillary Clinton surprises with Grammy 'Fire and Fury' spoof
The surprise star at the Grammys was former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reading from Michael Wolff's controversial book "Fire and Fury."
China's Weibo social media site suspends portals after reprimand
China's Sina Weibo (WB) was ordered to move several portals offline for a week after spreading obscene and wrongly oriented content, the internet watchdog said. The government has been tightening controls over internet content as part of efforts to maintain "social stability", taking on "vulgar" and pornographic content as well as the unauthorized dissemination of news.
2017 GDP: Where does it rank?
The latest reading on GDP may have missed analysts’ expectations, but it still reflected that the U.S. economy is firing on all cylinders
RBI can't always bail out bank treasury, says deputy governor Viral Acharya
The comment comes at a time when banks have been lobbying with the central bank to allow spreading their treasury losses over a few quarters
Report that Trump will announce end of Nafta pact adds to stock-market jitters
U.S. stocks, struggling to maintain record-setting altitude in 2018, took a firmer slide Wednesday afternoon amid a report that Canadian officials expect that President Donald Trump will end the North American Free Trade Agreement, according to a Reuters. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was off about 41 points, or 0.2%, at 25,344, the S&P 500 index was off 0.3% at 2,743, while the Nasdaq Composite Index retreated 0.4% at 7,134. The main benchmarks had been treading water, trying to recover from an earlier slide, before reports about Nafta surfaced. The U.S. dollar also strengthened against Canada's loonie and the Mexico's peso . Discussion to redraft the 23-year old trade pact between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. has been thorny. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
H&M posed black boy in 'monkey' sweatshirt
Social media blew up over H&M's photo of a black boy wearing a hoodie reading “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle.”
Why Unilever Isn't Spreading Its Bets
The Anglo-Dutch conglomerate will sell its spreads business to private equity firm KKR. It's a favorable deal for shareholders.
'Rope. Tree. Journalist': Walmart yanks lynching T-shirt made by controversy-steeped Teespring
Teespring also made shirts reading "Hitler Did Nothing Wrong" and "Eat Sleep Rape Repeat."
Facebook will tell you if you got duped by fake Russian accounts
New Facebook tool will show you if you liked or followed fake Russian accounts spreading disinformation during the election on Facebook and Instagram.
NYSE's breadth and volume data suggests investors aren't scrambling to buy stocks
Despite the big, broad rally in the major stock market indexes, breadth readings for the NYSE suggest investors aren't so worried about missing the boat to buy stocks. There are 1,960 stock gaining ground on the NYSE, compared with 925 declining stocks and 146 stock that are unchanged, according to FactSet, which means 64.7% of the stocks traded are rising. But volume of advancing stocks represents just 59.2% of the total volume. That has pushed the NYSE's Arms Index up to 1.434. The Arms Index is a volume-weighted breadth measure, which tends to rise above the equilibrium 1.000 rating when the market falls, as the proportion of volume flowing into declining stocks tends to be higher than the volume flowing into advancing stocks. Basically, Tuesday's Arms reading suggests investors are more worried about missing the opportunity to sell the stocks that are declining than they are about buying stocks that are rising. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is rallying 165 points, or 0.7% and the S&P 500 is gaining 0.7%, both toward record closes.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
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