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Ahead of WrestleMania 37, World Wrestling Entertainment Inc (NYSE: WWE) has announced the launch of its first NFTs. The NFTs center around one of their most iconic wrestlers and come with some exclusive perks. What Happened: World Wrestling Entertainment will launch four non-fungible tokens in tiers beginning Saturday at 10:30 a.m. ET. All four of the NFTs will feature the iconic wrestler The Undertaker. Why It’s Important: World Wrestling Entertainment owns its content and could quickly become an NFT play if this first launch is successful. The NBA partnered with Dapper Labs to create NBA Top Shot, which features NFTs sold in packs that can be bought and sold on a marketplace. WWE could launch a similar platform or choose to do drops around their events to drive traffic and interest. WrestleMania 37 takes place April 10-11 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida.
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@50MA what is 87.54, is that the last four numbers of the exit price?
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here is the latest https://www.tradethematrix.net/post/rigged-small-cap-stocks-part-four
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The US trade deficit set a new record in February The US trade deficit rose to a record high in February as economic activity grew faster than its global rivals and could remain high this year, with widespread fiscal stimulus expected to be the fastest growing in nearly four decades. The trade deficit rose 4.8 percent to a record $ 71.1 billion in February, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast a deficit of $ 70.5 billion.
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Great Friday read fellas https://www.tradethematrix.net/post/rigged-small-cap-stocks-part-four
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President Joe Biden will unveil a $2.25 trillion infrastructure plan in Pittsburgh this afternoon. The four part, eight year plan, which the White House says will be the most sweeping since the 1950s interstate highway program, will target transportation, non-defense R&D, manufacturing and quality of life issues. The administration said that tax increases would "fully pay for" the plan, with corporate income tax rising to 28% from 21%.
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The two mRNA vaccines have a slight edge in efficacy; both Pfizer and Moderna report being about 95% effective against COVID-19 after the second shot in clinical trials. (For comparison, the annual flu shot is usually between 40 and 60% effective, per the CDC.) They also reduce the risk of severe illness even if you do become infected with SARS-CoV-2. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine was found to be 85% effective against severe forms of COVID-19, which prevents hospitalization and death, per the FDA. The company’s phase 3 trial also reported no COVID-19-related deaths and no COVID-19 cases requiring medical intervention after 28 days in vaccinated participants. Interim results from AstraZeneca’s United States trial report that the vaccine is 79% effective against symptomatic COVID-19 infection after two doses spaced four weeks apart; it’s 100% effective against severe illness and hospitalization
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$NOW We raise our rating to Strong Buy from Buy but leave our target at $648, as we see a compelling entry point for one of the most innovative and increasingly strategic enterprise cloud app providers. Our $648 target is the product of our $8.61 EPS forecast for '22 and a 75.3x P/E (3-yr. mean). Valuation is attractive relative to NOW's considerable long-term earnings potential, in our view, at a 2.7x PEG, down 19% YTD. Covid-19 is accelerating cloud migration, digital transformation, AI/cognitive computing, and the meta-software to manage increasingly software-based businesses. NOW rides all four trends, driving our 29% projected 3-yr. revenue CAGR, 3% above consensus. Our 34% projected 3-yr. EPS CAGR, 8% above consensus, assumes a 9% operating margin expansion to 34% in '23, as the new NOW Platform opens new markets at a fraction of the previous incremental cost to address them, with 3rd parties and customers handling the labor-intensive, low-margin tasks initially required to automate workflows in new markets.
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Successful technical analysts operate to a set of trading rules. There are long lists and short lists. Sperandeo’s has 19 rules, including ‘Stick to the rules’. These lists always read as if they were an obvious recipe for success and would be easy to follow, which they clearly are not. Different people’s lists are in part contradictory. However, they all contain four common themes. Two of these about cutting losers and staying with winners are known to everybody. The third addresses risk, which typically means never allocating more than 5 per cent of available capital to a single deal. Larry Hite, a US trader who found great success in the 1980s, says he never exposes more than 1 per cent of his equity to any individual trade (but he didn’t start that way!). Technical analysis is a numbers game. The fourth is ‘Know yourself’.
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probably going to take more time than four weeks to get to 150 > @mzx9 said: or will it takes time ?!
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The stock gods heard your cries for a selloff, so they tossed you a 0.7% drop in the S&P 500 this week. That's the smallest four-day losing streak since December 2017 (and second-smallest since February 2007).
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do u know how to make it four charts on 1 screen
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Confucius say man who killed one bird with four stones needs better aim
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I see four reds bro
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On the data front, the US JOLTS job openings dropped in November, while the nation’s small business optimism index declined to a seven-month low level in December. Also, the US initial jobless claims climbed to its highest level in over four months in the week ended 8 January 2021. Meanwhile, the US inflation advanced more than anticipated in December, while the nation’s monthly budget deficit narrowed in December. Asian markets finished mostly lower during the week.
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Commodity Brent crude oil one month futures contract is trading 0.41% or $0.23 lower at $56.19 per barrel, ahead of the weekly US oil rig count data by Baker Hughes, scheduled to be released later today. Yesterday, the contract climbed 0.64% or $0.36, to settle at $56.42 per barrel, amid positive signals from Chinese import data. Gold futures contract is trading marginally lower at $1851.00 per ounce. Yesterday, the contract declined 0.19% or $3.50, to settle at $1851.40 per ounce . Currency EUR is trading 0.06% lower against the USD at $1.2148, ahead of the Euro-zone trade balance data for November, due in a few hours. Additionally, investors await the US consumer sentiment index data for January, retail sales and industrial production data, both for December, scheduled to release later today. Yesterday, the EUR weakened 0.02% versus theUSD, to close at $1.2155. On the data front, Germany’s gross domestic product (GDP) dropped less than anticipated in December. In other economic news, the US initial jobless claims advanced to its highest level in over four months in the week ended 8 January2021
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EUR/USD: The stimulus price tag is bigger than the $750 billion fiscal stimulus plan projected by Goldman Sachs last week... EUR/USD is trading near crucial support at 1.2140, as the US dollar and Treasury yields are cheering reports that the US President-elect Joe Biden is considering a bigger-than-expected stimulus package. According to CNN, Biden is expected to unveil a Covid-19 relief package worth $2 trillion on Thursday. The stimulus price tag is bigger than the $750 billion fiscal stimulus plan projected by Goldman Sachs last week. Senator Chuck Schumer was reportedly pressing Biden for a spending package worth $1.3 trillion. Fiscal and monetary stimulus typically weakens the home currency. The dollar, however, is drawing bids on prospects of a bigger spending package. That's because Treasury yields, which have had more say in determining exchange rates of late, are rising in response to the stimulus news. The 10-year yield has added four basis points to trade near 1.11%.
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U.S. Imposes Sanctions On Seven Ukranians, Four Ukranian Entities Over U.S. Election Interference-Treasury Website
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not four exclamation worthy > @Navneet said: futures opened Red !!!!
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European markets have shrugged off the scenes since most think it shouldn’t amount to much more than a rather bizarre, unfortunate (and deadly) footnote in the history of the Trump presidency. Following the protest Joe Biden has now been confirmed as president which should hopefully draw a line under the last four years and deliver more certainty to the market.
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Case in point. 3 candles in. The trade is very slow. We still have RED median and minors on the 5 minutes. This means we are contra trend. Looking for reversal. Thus: exercise stop caution after THREE candles, not FOUR. If the trend was starting to support us then we can give it another candle.
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four years of hell and circus by the dems and libtard media
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Breakingviews - "Big Four" U.S. airlines are going to go down to three - Reuters BreakingViews (Opinion)
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I'm gonna do four payments of $4 > @truublue said: if anyone is looking for wired headphones these appear to be priced incorrectly
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Trump administration: It has added four Chinese companies including top chipmaker SMIC and oil giant CNOOC to a defense department (dod) blacklist of firms deemed to have links with the Chinese military - RTRS.
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Euro-zone unemployment rate dropped in OctoberIn The Euro-zone, the unemployment rate fell to 8.40% in October, at par with market expectations and compared to a revised rateof 8.50% in the prior month. German retail sales advanced more than expected in October In Germany, retail sales registered a rise of 2.60% on a MoM basis in October, compared to a drop of 2.20% in the previous month. Markets were expecting retail sales to record an advance of 1.20% Fed’s Beige Book: US economy growing at a modest to moderate pace According to the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) latest Beige Book report, most districts in the US grew at a modest to moderate pace in November, while four districts saw “little or no growth”. The report indicated that new coronavirus cases have increased rapidly since the end of October and the rise is leading some cities and states to again implement restrictions. Further, report showed that most districts saw a slowdown in jobs market, with some districts holding back hiring
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The US Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) will meet on Dec. 10 to consider authorizing Pfizer’s vaccine. The document outlines a four-day window between Dec. 11 and Dec. 14 for review by the FDA and CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. On Dec. 15, the first doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine will be delivered, according to the outline. Next, the VRBPAC is scheduled to consider Moderna’s vaccine on Dec. 17. After a four-day review window from Dec. 18 to Dec. 21, the document states that the first shipments of Moderna’s vaccine are estimated to be delivered on Dec. 22
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US Market US closed lower yesterday, amid dismal US retail sales data and concerns over fresh lockdown restrictions. Home Depot dropped 2.5%. The company’s third quarter revenue and earnings came in above analysts’ forecast. Walmart fell 2.0%, despite reporting better than expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter. NXP Semiconductor slid 0.4%. The company announced that it has signed a partnership deal with Amazon’s cloud computing unit to help cars communicate with data centers. On the contrary, Cinemark Holdings advanced 3.8%, as the movie theatre chain inked a deal with Comcast’s Universal Pictures unit to digitally distribute movies. Pfizer added 1.9%, after the drug maker unveiled a pilot delivery program for its Covid-19 vaccine candidate in four states to resolve distribution issues. The S&P 500 slipped 0.5%, to settle at 3,609.5. The DJIA fell 0.6%, to settle at 29,783.4, while the NASDAQ shed 0.2%, to close at 11,899.3 .
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in terms of the four reactions we have on echofin lol
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(because he did more drone strikes in four years than Obama in 8)
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I'll prlook at end of day see if there's some great deals but then tomorrow maybe more of the same especially because Biden's guy wants to shut down the country for four to six weeks
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@mcikabby - the FXCM uses an equally weighted basket of four currencies, DXY is heavily euro weighted which is why we offer both - some prefer one some the other - its a personal choice
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Four Seasons Pool Supplies @evanderjoseph · 2m Replying to @atrupar Mike Pompeo can eat my entire ass
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If we look at the one minute chart we can see four down bars that lead up to price reaching the support level. The first bar was originally an up bar but selling comes in and the bar closes below the low of the previous bar, we then have another down bar on increasing volume followed by another down bar but on reducing volume and with a clear tail which is evidence that buyers are entering the market. The final bar before the support level is met is on high volume with more evidence of demand entering the market - this is a great opportunity to take a long position - you can set a really tight stop under the overnight low so the risk on the trade is minimal should it move against you.
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After the last four days it makes sense to have somewhat of a breather
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Sul Soybean leggevo quest'articolo pubblicato su ZeroHedge stamattina https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/soybean-prices-hit-four-year-high-china-demand-ticks-higher
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**EUR/GBP** As the UK heads into its month-long lockdown the pound has gained against its regional counterpart. Though facing the same perils the EU simply has more cause for concern. On the four hour chart, the pair has bounced away from its sloping support line, but it won’t likely break the resistance level.
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only four eggs would be just one omelette
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across four regions
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The elephant in the Oval Office is Donald Trump: a victory in the election this week for the incumbent would surprise just about everyone. I say this since strategists everywhere seem to be discounting the possibility. Some of the pre-election selling we have seen could be more about an expected Biden win and what that would do to tax and regulation. Polls show a healthy Biden lead for sure, but are tighter in the battleground states. Moreover, there is likely a silent group of shy Trump supporters who would never admit to voting for the president. On the other hand, Biden has a clear lead in four key states – Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Florida, a new poll shows, which would see the Democrat through with ease. It’s still a contest though, and with states being called or mis-called on inaccurate exit poll figures throughout the election night we ought to prepare for some significant volatility over the course of the evening.
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Europe Market European markets finished mostly lower yesterday, after the European Central Bank (ECB) left its monetary policy unchanged and hinted at more support in December. Nokia plunged 18.5%, after the Finnish telecom network equipment maker slashed its annual profit forecast and announced a new strategy under which it will have four business groups. Credit Suisse Group dropped 5.6%, after its third quarter profit fell more than expected. Airbus fell 0.4%, after the aerospace and defense company reported a net loss in the third quarter. On the flipside, Volkswagen added 1.1%, after it returned to profitability in the third quarter. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton rose 0.4%, after the luxury company agreed to buy Tiffany & Co. at a reduced price of almost $16.0 billion. The FTSEurofirst 300 index marginally slipped, to settle at 1,323.9. The German DAX Xetra rose 0.3%, to settle at 11,598.1, while the French CAC-40 marginally fell, to close at 4,569.7. .
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