Top News & Analysis 9 April 2018

China's Xi announces plans to 'open' China, including lowering tariffs on imported autos

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday plans to further open up the Chinese economy, including lowering import tariffs for autos and other products, enforcing the legal intellectual property of foreign firms

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US transportation safety agency chairman and Tesla's Elon Musk discuss fatal 'autopilot' Tesla crash

NTSB's chairman and Elon Musk had a discussion on the fatal crash involving a Tesla vehicle in Autopilot mode.

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China is reportedly proposing a permanent military base in the South Pacific

China proposes a permanent military presence on the tiny Pacific island on Vanuatu, Australia's Fairfax Media reported.

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Asian shares trade sideways after US rally loses steam

Asian markets traded mixed on Tuesday, with investors focused on a speech from Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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Trump vents against Attorney General Sessions and ponders firing special counsel Mueller

The remarks came shortly after the FBI raided the office and residence of Trump's longtime personal lawyer.

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Washington could be epicenter of market risks Tuesday

There's a good chance Washington will be at the epicenter of any market shocks Tuesday.

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Bear market in cryptocurrencies may mean more focus on blockchain

Bitcoin bear market makes way for underlying blockchain technology, say bitcoin bull Brian Kelly.

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Two U.S. mall owners set to bid together to save Bon-Ton from closing all of its stores

Washington Prime Group and Namdar Realty Group will bid together to save department store chain Bon-Ton from liquidation.

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Cramer Remix: Ignoring Washington negatives could benefit your portfolio

Jim Cramer reminds investors that when they focus on individual companies, good things can happen.

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'Emotional' market is providing opportunities: Trader

"You want to buy these stocks about an hour after President Trump goes on a tweetstorm," says Jeff Kilburg.

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Cramer: We got too negative on Friday—there's always a better time to sell

Jim Cramer explains why Friday's sell-off was not the ideal time for investors to sell out of their positions.

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After-hours buzz: TUP, PAY, NKE & more

See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.

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Socially responsible investing is gaining in popularity. And it may help you make more money

Socially responsible investing is gaining in popularity. And it may help you make more money.

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Verifone surges more than 50 percent after acquisition announcement

A private equity firm-led investor group announced it would acquire Verifone in a $3.4 billion deal.

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Tammy Duckworth just became the first US Senator to give birth while in office

"Working moms get the job done."

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Leading US cryptocurrency marketplace Coinbase steps up efforts to expand business

San Francisco-based Coinbase has made a series of announcements that pave the way towards supporting new crypto-assets, while reportedly stepping up its efforts to work with regulators.

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5 ways to retire on less money

US News & World Report has five tops on how to comfortably retire on a budget.

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Trump online store suddenly adds Virginia to short list of states where it collects online sales tax

As late as Monday morning, the site only counted Louisiana and Florida as the states in which it collects sales tax.

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Biotech activist Alex Denner’s next target: Ironwood Pharma

Ironwood Pharmaceuticals said biotech activist investor Alex Denner of Sarissa Capital hopes to join its board.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don’t want wedding gifts—here's what they're asking for instead

Here's what you can do to "mark the occasion."

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Indictment accuses Backpage founders of aiding prostitution

The founders of Backpage.com have been indicted on federal charges for a scheme to facilitate prostitution.

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Syria, Middle East tensions pose bigger risk for oil prices

Oil prices rose the most in two weeks Monday, as President Donald Trump mulls a response to a Syrian chemical attack, but crude still reflects very little geopolitical risk.

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Selling Facebook for Amazon is a mistake: You can't outrun tech sector gravity

Investors who take profits in one tech stock like Facebook often think the next move is another tech giant like Amazon.

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Mark Zuckerberg sends an email apology to activists in Myanmar

Mark Zuckerberg has finally reached out to Myanmar activists addressing Facebook's role in violence within the country, NYT reports.

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Another Goldman exec dumps Wall Street for crypto world

Mike Novogratz's cryptocurrency merchant bank Galaxy Digital has hired Richard Kim from Goldman Sachs as chief operating officer, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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Sen. Kennedy: I hope Mark Zuckerberg doesn't 'pull things out of his orifices' when testifying

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg needs to be candid and forthcoming when he testifies in front of Congress this week, Sen. John Kennedy says.

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Joe Biden swoops in to give Democrat Phil Bredesen a money boost in tight Tennessee Senate race

Early polls give Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen an edge over GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn in the race to fill Republican Bob Corker's Senate seat, but she has the clear edge when it comes to money.

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Trump rips Cohen raid: 'It's a disgraceful situation, it’s a total witch hunt'

Items seized from Cohen reportedly included records relating to the $130,000 payment he made porn star Stormy Daniels.

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Trump is more predictable than he seems—here's how to anticipate his next move

Trump's behavior may seem unpredictable, but it is possible to discern some patterns, says consultant Stephen Myrow.

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General Electric 'is the most expensive stock' in the industrial sector, JP Morgan says

GE shares have not fallen far enough, J.P. Morgan analysts wrote Monday.

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