By Stan Choe, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, Democrats formally introduced President Biden’s immigration bill offering an eight-year path to citizenship for 11 million people, protests continue across Myanmar against military coup, thousands of farmers in India staged sit-ins at railroad police stations,…
By PBS NewsHour
The GameStop episode has been portrayed as a victory of the little guy over Wall Street titans, but not everyone is buying it. Lawmakers from both parties are among the skeptics.
By Marcy Gordon, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
The tools smaller-pocketed investors employed can be used again and again, if those smaller investors stay connected on social media forums and if regulators don't change the rules to hinder them.
By Stan Choe, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
In late January, a handful of unlikely Wall Street stocks began skyrocketing in value, which has led to big market volatility. The spike was driven by an unconventional group of traders who had banded together on a buying spree, determined…
By Paul Solman, Lee Koromvokis
Wall Street was always quick to justify recent record heights, even as the pandemic took its toll on people's health and the economy. But some of the market's recent, huge moves have become more difficult to explain.
GameStop’s stock is back to the races Friday, and the overall U.S. market is down again, as the saga that’s captivated and confused Wall Street ramps up the drama.
By Alex Veiga, Associated Press
GameStop stock has rocketed from below $20 to more than $400 this month as a volunteer army of investors on social media challenged big institutions who has placed market bets that the stock would fall.
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