Top News & Analysis 4 April 2018

Bitcoin slides below $7,000 as a slew of major cryptocurrencies fall sharply

Bitcoin dropped below $7,000 on Wednesday as the price of several major digital currencies fell.

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Trump risks opening a two-front trade war with China and Mexico just when we need them the most

While foreigners are the biggest buyers of U.S. Treasury bonds, the president is making enemies out of economic friends

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Spotify chief’s net worth tops $2 billion after NYSE debut

Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek is worth over $2 billion following the company's public offering.

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Art Cashin: Wall Street hopes tariff threats are an 'opening ploy' to negotiations

The tariffs "are weeks, if not months from implementation. So, we'll wait and see," Art Cashin says.

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YouTube shooter was vegan blogger who accused site of discrimination

A woman who blogged about veganism had accused YouTuve of limiting viewers of her videos before opening fire at its California corporate headquarters.

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US factory orders increase broadly in February

New orders for U.S.-made goods rebounded in February, boosted by strong demand for transportation equipment and a range of other products, pointing to a strengthening manufacturing sector.

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Spotify drops as much as 8.5 percent before paring losses

Spotify opened at $140, lower than Tuesday's close but still higher than its reference price of $132 set Monday.

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Service sector growth slows for second month in a row

Growth in non-manufacturing economic activity continued to slow in March, after declining slightly in the prior month.

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Bill Gates: The world would be better if millions of people read this book

The avid reader has a new favorite book.

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Planned Parenthood president: Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump offered a 'bribe' to stop abortions

The couple offered increased funding for Planned Parenthood if it agreed to stop providing abortions, Cecile Richards says.

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This $24 million Miami mansion is for sale — and there's a $135,000 application fee

The property includes an 800 gallon fish tank and 2,500-bottle wine cellar.

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Why 'This Is Us' star Chrissy Metz hasn't splurged on anything big yet

The purchase she's excited about? A washer and dryer.

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CBS below-market bid for Viacom was immediately rejected, sources say; Viacom planning counteroffer

A below-market bid for Viacom by CBS was immediately rejected, sources familiar with the situation say.

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Study: Losing your life savings can actually be deadly

It's called "wealth shock," and it's more common than you might think.

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'Rip-roaring' job market adds another 241,000 in March: ADP/Moody's

Companies kept up the hiring pace in March, adding another 241,000 positions, according to ADP and Moody's Analytics.

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The iconic Rockefellers are selling $500 million worth of art — these are their favorite pieces

The auction at Christie's in May will be the bittersweet end of an era for the Rockefellers.

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Manafort will make his case in court against special counsel Mueller's authority

Paul Manafort will try to convince a judge to throw out criminal charges filed against him by Robert Mueller.

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Amazon could do a lot to fix the US health-care system — but Walmart could do more

Walmart is the one to watch, health industry executives tell CNBC.

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Speeches, marches mark Martin Luther King anniversary

Fifty years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, admirers mark the anniversary of his death.

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Liberal cruises in Wisconsin court race, and Dems see hope

Liberal judge Rebecca Dallet's runaway victory in a Wisconsin Supreme Court race cheered Democrats eager for more evidence their party is ready for a winning fall in midterm elections.

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The cities vying for Amazon’s HQ2 are fighting the wrong war

Today there are more options to run a remote workforce than ever before. The cities that get this will win the real war.

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White House to release decision on future of US troops in Syria 'soon,' intelligence chief says

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said the decision on what to do in Syria came Tuesday during a meeting of the National Security Council.

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When you buy stock, here's what you own

What it really means to be a shareholder.

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Goldman Sachs says here's where to invest during a global trade war

Goldman Sachs recommends companies with large domestic sales exposure during periods of rising global trade tensions.

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How to see everything Twitter knows about you and download your tweet history

It's easy to see all of the data Twitter has on you, here's a look at what Twitter knows about me and how to download your own files.

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Before latest market plunge, CFRA's Sam Stovall isn't convinced the selling is over

Despite the correction, CFRA's Sam Stovall doesn't see the bull market flatlining.

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McDonald's is tripling its college tuition benefit for workers

Almost 400,000 employees will be eligible to receive thousands a year for college.

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Morgan Stanley lowers Facebook price target on fears ad revenue will take hit from data scandal

Morgan Stanley cuts its price target on Facebook, citing concerns about the company's ad sales.

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to testify before a House panel on April 11

It's the first confirmed appearance before Congress for Facebook's top executive.

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Stocks could enter a bear market before bottoming, says market watcher

One strategist forecasts a possible bear market for Wall Street before all is said and done.

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