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Tier-Owned Spin Exits 10 U.S. Markets Amid Weak Demand and Unfavorable City Regulations

Tier-Owned Spin Exits 10 U.S. Markets Amid Weak Demand and Unfavorable City Regulations

Micromobility operator Spin is exiting 10 U.S. markets due to a combination of weak demand, over-regulation, under-regulation and poor cost structures, according to a company-wide email sent Friday by Philip Reinckens, CEO of Spin, which was shared with TechCrunch. Reinckens said the market exits would help Spin cut costs and focus on growing markets that …

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Why Monday's stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Why Monday’s stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Monday’s sharp selloff could be the start of the next decline in equities as a sense of complacency has taken hold in markets after a bumper October and November, several strategists told MarketWatch. In a note to clients on Monday, Jonathan Krinsky, chief technical strategist at BTIG, said US stocks were poised to fall after …

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Nexo, one of the last crypto consumer lenders, pulls out of the US market

Nexo, one of the last crypto consumer lenders, pulls out of the US market

Nexo, one of the newest crypto lenders, said on Monday it would phase out its high-yield product for US customers. The move comes as Nexo’s high-yield crypto interest product has come under scrutiny as investors question the balance sheet transparency and health of crypto exchanges, particularly major lenders, amid continued industry fallout from the collapse …

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Market Sentiment's Put/Call Ratio Went Crazy in November: What Can It Mean?

Market Sentiment’s Put/Call Ratio Went Crazy in November: What Can It Mean?

TOPSHOT – IMC Financial Designated Market Maker Meric Greenbaum looks on at the Board of Directors before the … [+] Opening bell just before a trading halt at the New York Stock Exchange on March 9, 2020 in New York City. – Trading on Wall Street was temporarily halted at the start of March 9, …

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December tends to be a strong month for the market.  Here's how our stocks have performed recently

December tends to be a strong month for the market. Here’s how our stocks have performed recently

Seasonal trends are an often-discussed topic on Wall Street, especially at this time of year as the market approaches the so-called “Santa Gathering” window in late December. This year’s bear market certainly has investors hoping for a bit of holiday cheer. So we thought we’d take a look at what the Santa’s Rally phenomenon is …

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These 2 Nasdaq stocks could make or break the market this week |  The Motley Fool

These 2 Nasdaq stocks could make or break the market this week | The Motley Fool

Investors in the Nasdaq Compound (^IXIC -1.07%) have had a difficult 2022, with the index mired in a severe bear market. Even after significant gains in recent weeks, the Nasdaq is far from having recovered all the lost ground, and it appeared that the index would also suffer a slight decline when the market opened …

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Rising inventories will be the next problem in the housing market

Banks are keeping the European CLO market alive by buying their own product

(Bloomberg) – European banks are grabbing much of their own secured loan obligations, keeping the CLO market afloat in the absence of the U.S. and Japanese banks that traditionally make up the bulk of the base. buyers. French bank Societe Generale SA held its first CLOs since the global financial crisis in November and then, …

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European markets slide, China eases pandemic measures

European markets slide, China eases pandemic measures

LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) – European stock indices were mostly down on Monday, finding little support from the easing of domestic pandemic restrictions in China, after market sentiment was dampened by data on the employment in the United States on Friday which raised fears of persistent inflation. Asian stocks had been boosted early on Monday …

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This long-time bear warns of a “trap door” situation looming for the stock market.

This long-time bear warns of a “trap door” situation looming for the stock market.

Uncertainty continues for investors following a recent mixed batch of data – weaker than expected inflation, stronger than expected jobs and wages – as we enter the third week before Christmas. And we’re ending a year that just hasn’t been great for most investors. Feels a bit of your pain, Hussman Investment Trust chairman and …

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German property market ripe for serious price correction, economists warn

German property market ripe for serious price correction, economists warn

The German property market has been remarkably strong over the past two decades, but faces a severe price correction over the next two years, some analysts say. Tim Graham/Contributor/Getty Images The German housing market has been remarkably strong for decades, but faces a severe price correction over the next two years, analysts say. Mortgage rates …

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