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weeklyroundupcrypto-dec06.jpg Bitcoin experienced mostly a downward trend during the week, falling from $7800 last Saturday to $7370 this Friday. In the last 7 days, the most popular cryptocurrency lost its value by around 6 percent or over $400. It has been a volatile week for Bitcon, and the prices swung by big margins on December 4. It leaped from $7,100 to $7,500 on crypto exchange Coindesk within two hours, only to see

non-farm-payroll-120619.jpg Job growth in the U.S. showed a substantial acceleration in the month of November, according to a closely watched report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The report said non-farm payroll employment surged up by 266,000 jobs in November after climbing by an upwardly revised 156,000 jobs in October.

Shares of Arcosa Inc. (ACA) are up 43 percent year-to-date.

wallstreet-oct10_06dec19.jpg Following the lackluster performance seen in the previous session, stocks are likely to see initial strength during trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 143 points.

uber-dec06.jpg Uber released its first safety report on Thursday, disclosing that it received a total of 5,981 reports of sexual assault incidents during its ride-hailing trips in the U.S. in 2017 and 2018. This includes 464 reports of rape incidents in the period. Uber and its rival Lyft are facing numerous lawsuits related to personal safety issues during their ride-hailing trips.

johnkerryjoebiden-dec06.jpg Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday endorsed Democratic front-runner Joe Biden to be the Party's candidate for the 2020 presidential election. The veteran diplomat is the first prominent leader to endorse Biden, giving a major boost to the former Vice President's chances of surging ahead of 14 other contenders for the party ticket to fight Republican candidate Donald Trump in November

wallstreet-dec06.jpg Employment Situation Report for November and Consumer Sentiment report for December are the major highlights on Friday. Asian shares finished mostly higher on the day. European shares are trading positive. Initial cues from the U.S. Futures Index suggest that Wall Street might open modestly higher....

davinci-dec06.jpg Bexco Enterprises, known as DaVinci, recalled around 3000 wooden Bailey bassinets for infants citing fall hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC announced. The recall also includes about 290 units sold in Canada. According to CPSC, the bassinet's support legs can break, posing a risk to babies. DaVinci initiated the recall after 19 reports of the bassinet legs breaking.

dollargeneral-dec06.jpg Retailer Dollar General announced its plans to open 1,000 new stores in fiscal 2020 showing its confidence in the company's future. The decision comes at a time when many brick-and-mortar stores are being closed amid intensifying competition. For the 52-week year 2020, the company plans to execute nearly 2,600 real estate projects, including 1,000 new store openings, 1,500 mature store remodels.

transportation-dec06.jpg Key management officials of the U.S. transportation company Celadon Group Inc. have been charged with accounting fraud scheme. William Eric Meek, 39, and Bobby Lee Peavler, 40, both of Indianapolis, were charged for their alleged role in a complex securities and accounting fraud scheme that led to a loss of more than $60 million in shareholder value, the Department of Justice said. Meek was the

multibrandwarehouse-jun06_06dec19.jpg Germany's industrial production declined at the fastest pace in six months in October, led by a sharp decrease in capital goods output in October, data from Destatis revealed on Friday. Industrial production decreased 1.7 percent on a monthly basis in October, much bigger than the 0.6 percent fall logged in September.

golf-dec06.jpg Shares of Acushnet Holdings Corp. (GOLF) are up 3 percent over the last three trading days.

airbags-dec06.jpg Takata Corp., which had recalled millions of faulty airbags earlier, issued a fresh recall involving around 1.4 million vehicles, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA. The recall, which is expected to begin on January 24, 2020, reportedly will include vehicles from BMW, Toyota Motor., Honda Motor, and Mitsubishi Motors.

asian-markets1_06dec19.jpg European stocks rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said that trade talks with China were "moving right along", and that the two sides are having very major discussions". The focus shifted to U.S. jobs data that will be out later in the day after recent data sent mixed signals about the...

logo-dec06.jpg We are featuring some stocks which climbed after-hours Thursday following the companies reported encouraging earnings results

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