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Data of 12000+ users of US-based cryptocurrency exchange to be disclosed to tax officials – RT

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This article was originally published on this site Coinbase, a US-based cryptocurrency service, has informed its users that it must provide the data of thousands of them to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The request was part of a probe into alleged tax evasion. Read more According to a Friday letter to customers from Coinbase, which operates…

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Crypto Markets Continue To Fall, But Not By Much – Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)

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This article was originally published on this site Sunday, Feb. 25: the crypto markets are down almost all across the board, but not by very much. Of the top ten coins listed on CoinMarketCap, no coin is down more than 5 percent in the 24-hour period by press time. Only altcoins Litecoin (LTC) and IOTA…

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Goldman Says Stocks May Plunge 25% If 10-Year Yield Hits 4.5% – Bloomberg

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This article was originally published on this site If the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield hits 4.5 percent by year-end, the economy would probably muddle through — stocks, not so much, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Goldman’s base-case scenario calls for a 10-year yield of 3.25 percent by the end of 2018, though a “stress…

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March Madness For Stocks: CressCap's RoboResearch Top Picks On Seasonal Patterns – Forbes

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This article was originally published on this site Steven Cress , Contributor I’m CEO of CressCap Investment Research, recommending buys and sells Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The bull and bear sculptures symbolising rising and falling market trends are pictured in front of the stock exchange in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany,…

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Ulta facing 2 class action lawsuits over accusations they sold returned and used products – WSAW

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This article was originally published on this site (CBS) — Popular personal products chain Ulta Beauty is accused of reselling used products. makeup photo The rapidly-growing company with more than 1,000 stores in 48 states is facing two class-action lawsuits that claim employees repackaged products that were damaged or returned and then put them back…

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Why 3% is the scariest number for stocks – CNNMoney

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This article was originally published on this site Inflation fears driving market jitters 1. Bond jitters persist: One number threatens to derail the stock market comeback. The Dow has recovered almost two-thirds of the ground it lost during the sell-off earlier this month. Yet stocks remain fragile — and subject to the whims of the…

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US Supreme Court weighs Microsoft privacy fight over data stored overseas – CNBC

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This article was originally published on this site A major privacy rights fight between Microsoft and the Justice Department reaches the Supreme Court this week, with the justices considering whether U.S. law allows prosecutors to compel technology companies to hand over data stored overseas. The nine justices will hear arguments on Tuesday in a case…

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Why companies are abandoning the NRA – CNNMoney

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This article was originally published on this site CNN anchor to NRA spokesperson: How dare you The aftermath of a mass shooting in America is tragically familiar. After the shock and grief, advocates push lawmakers to pass stricter gun laws. The NRA stands its ground. Nothing really changes. But something else is happening after the…

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Stocks Finally Rose Without VIX Sellers' Help – Forbes

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This article was originally published on this site Peter Tchir , Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Fear and Greed Better Balanced (Shutterstock) For the first time in months, I can say that I see a healthy respect for volatility in the market and that stocks finally rose without big inflows into…

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Trump claimed credit for rising stock prices. Now he owns their fall — and a possible recession – Los Angeles Times

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This article was originally published on this site “We inherited an economy that really had some serious problems … and we fixed that. And there was near-term cost to the deficit,” Kevin Hassett, chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors, told reporters last week. “But I think, in the long run, we’re going…

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