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Wall Street Banks Slam Lending Proposal As 'Unworkable' And 'Political'

Banks have a relatively short 45-day period to review the proposal if Brooks, who is seen by Democrats and consumer groups as too industry-friendly, doesn't permit more time.

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Wall Street Futures Dip As Mnuchin Pulls Plug On Lending Programs

S&P 500 emini futures dropped 0.75% after Mnuchin asked the central bank to return money earmarked under the March pandemic relief act for emergency lending to businesses, nonprofits and local governments, marking an end on Dec.

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Tesla Surge Adds To Dominance Of S&P 500's Biggest Players

The California company's stock rose 2.6% and is up over 20% since S&P Dow Jones Indices announced on Monday it would add Tesla to the index as of Dec. 21, a change that will force index funds to buy around $50 billion of its stock.

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Wall Street Dives As Shutdown Worries Overshadow Vaccine Hopes

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 344.93 points, or 1.16%, to 29,438.42, the S&P 500 lost 41.74 points, or 1.16%, to 3,567.79 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 97.74 points, or 0.82%, to 11,801.60.

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Tesla Surges As Fund Managers Face Big Decision: How Much To Own

The electric car maker's stock market value shot up about $40 billion on expectations that Tesla's inclusion in Wall Street's most-followed U.S. stock index in December, announced late on Monday, will force passive funds tracking the index to buy over $50 billion of its shares.

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S&P 500, Dow Close At All-Time Highs On Reignited Vaccine Hopes

Shares of United Airlines Holdings Inc, American Airlines Group Inc, Carnival Corp and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd jumped between 4.5% and 9.7%.

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S&P 500 Hits All-Time Closing High After Earnings, Oil Drops On Pandemic Worry

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 399.64 points, or 1.37%, to 29,479.81, the S&P 500 gained 48.14 points, or 1.36%, to 3,585.15 and the Nasdaq Composite added 119.70 points, or 1.02%, to 11,829.29.

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Global Stocks Flatline, Bond Yields Slide As Caution Replaces Vaccine Euphoria

European markets lost 0.1% to 0.7%, but the STOXX pan-regional index is set for a second week of big gains. It's up 5% so far this week as the vaccine news induces more investors to buy shares in banks and travel firms.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping Decided To Halt Ant's IPO - WSJ

The decision to stop what would have been the world's largest ever IPO, came days after the fintech giant's billionaire founder Jack Ma launched a public attack on the country's financial watchdogs and banks.

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Most Wall Street Workers To Get Lower 2020 Bonuses

Retail and commercial bankers will be the hardest hit, with their year-end incentive payments expected to decline at least 25% to 30% compared with last year, while investment banking advisors can expect to see their payments decline by as much as 15% to 20%.

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Nasdaq Retreats As Technology Stocks Lose Favor

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 262.95 points, or 0.9%, to 29,420.92, the S&P 500 lost 4.97 points, or 0.14%, to 3,545.53 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 159.93 points to 11,553.86.

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Wall Street Set To Jump After Biden Election Win

Shares in both Europe and Asia surged on Monday, with MSCI's broadest index of Asia Pacific shares outside of Japan up 1.4% after a 6.2% gain in the prior week, its best weekly performance in five months.

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Wall Street Rallies As Investors Eye Split US Congress

S&P emini futures dipped 0.3% late in the day as Democratic candidate Biden edged closer to defeating Republican President Donald Trump, with the contest hinging on a dwindling number of uncounted votes..

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Finance Executives Fret As US Presidential Election Too Close To Call

The S&P 500 Index has risen 48.8% during Trump's tenure, which he has frequently cited as a measure of success. But Trump has not been uniformly loved by the financial industry.

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Global Markets: Stocks Steady After Second-Wave Turmoil

German government bonds, seen as Europe's principal safe-haven assets, were still in strong demand, with their yields, which move inversely to price, near seven-month lows. Benchmark U.S. 10-year yields had ticked up overnight to 0.7877%.

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