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Bulls are back in the Nasdaq and options are aflutter

20 Oct 2020

NEW YORK Investors are once again chasing upside in shares of tech companies after a sharp sell-off in U.S. equities last month.

Analysis: Investors' bets on a Democratic sweep grow after Biden debate performance

09 Oct 2020

NEW YORK The debate between Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, marred by frequent interruptions and name-calling, did little to enlighten the electorate. But it was enough to turn the consensus on Wall Street toward Biden. | Video

RPT-ANALYSIS-Investors' bets on a Democratic sweep grow after Biden debate performance

09 Oct 2020

NEW YORK, Oct 9 The debate between Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, marred by frequent interruptions and name-calling, did little to enlighten the electorate. But it was enough to turn the consensus on Wall Street toward Biden.

Trump's diagnosis fuels uncertainty for skittish U.S. stock market

04 Oct 2020

Investors are gauging how a potential deterioration in President Donald Trump's health could impact asset prices in coming weeks, as the U.S. leader remains hospitalized after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Options investor makes big bets on Nasdaq's popular 'FANG' stocks

02 Oct 2020

NEW YORK An investor bought large blocks of upside call options on Thursday in companies such as Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc , trades reminiscent of outsized options purchases made in August by a large investor known as the "Nasdaq whale."

Options investor makes big bets on Nasdaq's popular 'FANG' stocks

01 Oct 2020

NEW YORK, Oct 1 An investor bought large blocks of upside call options on Thursday in companies such as Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc, trades reminiscent of outsized options purchases made in August by a large investor known as the "Nasdaq whale."

U.S. presidential debate reinforces election fears in options markets

30 Sep 2020

NEW YORK A fractious U.S. presidential debate on Tuesday night has done little to ease market worries that the results of the Nov. 3 election will be contested or uncertain, options markets showed.

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