wallstreet-oct26_22may19.jpg Following the notable upward move seen in the previous session, stocks gave back some ground during the trading day on Wednesday. Selling pressure was relatively subdued, however, limiting the downside for the major averages.

eccles-building-110818_22may19.jpg Members of the Federal Reserve are in no rush to alter the path of interest rates, according to the minutes of the central bank's latest monetary policy meeting. The minutes showed members agreed that a patient approach to determining future adjustments to rates would likely remain appropriate for "some time."

donaldtrump1-052219.jpg President Donald Trump walked out of a meeting with Democratic leaders aimed at reaching an agreement on infrastructure on Wednesday, with the president declaring he will not negotiate amid ongoing congressional investigations.

wallstreet-aug23_22may19.jpg After ending the previous session notably, stocks have given back some ground during the trading day on Wednesday. Selling pressure has remained somewhat subdued, however, limiting the downside for the major averages.

apple-chinaban-052219.jpg An analyst at Goldman Sachs Inc. has warned that Apple Inc.'s earnings could drop by 29 percent if China were to retaliate in the trade war against the U.S. with a ban on sales of Apple products in that country. The iPhone maker's China business accounted for 17.6 percent of its total sales in the recent second quarter.

secobtains-may22.jpg The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC announced that it has taken action to halt an ongoing $30 million diamond-linked cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme targeting hundreds of investors in the U.S. and Canada. The SEC sought permission from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to take action against South Florida-based cryptocurrency business firm Argyle Coin LLC, a

wallstreet-oct19_22may19.jpg Stocks have fluctuated over the course of morning trading on Wednesday but largely maintained a negative bias on the day. The major averages are giving back ground after moving notably higher in the previous session.

voyager-052219.jpg Canadian crypto brokerage Voyager Digital has partnered French hardware wallet maker Ledger to integrate its Ledger Vault multi-authorization cryptocurrency wallet to provide custody solutions for Voyager's crypto trading ecosystem to more securely custody customers' assets. Ledger Vault is an enterprise-grade crypto asset and storage solution, utilizing end-to-end hardware and software security.

manbookerprize-may22.jpg Omani novelist Jokha Alharthi has become the first Arabic author to win the coveted Man Booker International Prize for literature. Her award-winning novel, 'Celestial Bodies,' tells of family connections and history in the coming-of-age account of three Omani sisters. Alharti and Marilyn Booth, who translated the novel from Arabic to English, will equally share the 50,000 pounds or $63,396 prize

amazon-052219.jpg Amazon Inc.'s shareholders are set to vote on two proposals related to the company's facial recognition system, Amazon Rekognition, at its annual general meeting in Seattle on Wednesday. Shareholders will first vote on whether the company should prohibit sales of Amazon Rekognition to government agencies. Amazon had attempted to block the votes.

firefox-crypto-052219.jpg Internet browser Mozilla Firefox's latest version has included a flip switch to protect users from auto-crypto mining or cryptojacking. This is one of the many security and privacy features Firefox added to the browser while continuing to make the browsing faster. The new security and privacy features are part of the browser's Content Blocking suite of protections.

wallstreet-sept05_22may19.jpg Renewed trade war concerns may weigh on Wall Street in early trading on Wednesday following the notable upward move seen in the previous session. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 100 points.

bitcoinminer-may22.jpg The Netherlands tax authority's investigative department (FIOD) has arrested a businessman for bitcoin miner fraud worth more than €2 million ($2.2 million). FIOD said its agents arrested the 33-year-old man, whose identity not disclosed, from Apeldoorn in the central province of Gelderland on Monday. The man, who owned two private limited companies, launched a scheme to sell computers for mini

iceland-central-bank-110718_22may19.jpg Iceland's central bank slashed its key interest rate and the economic growth forecast for this year on Wednesday, citing weaker tourism business and a fall in marine product exports. The Monetary Policy Committee, or MPC, decided to lower the rate on seven-day term deposits by 0.5 percentage points to 4 percent, the Central Bank of Iceland or Sedlabanki said.

wallstreet-may22.jpg Investors might be reacting to FOMC meeting minutes to be released on Wednesday. Asian shares finished mostly higher, while European shares are trading in the negative territory. Initial signs from the U.S. Futures Index suggest that Wall Street might open lower. As of 7.50 am ET, the Dow...

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