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The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market's move.

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Verizon has decided to bring back unlimited data plans. But while that's great for its subscribers, it's awful news for investors. It's another sign of how brutally competitive the telecom business is. And it's hurting Verizon's stock.

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Apple stock is less than $1 away from its all-time high amid renewed optimism for the iPhone.

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A bitcoin options exchange called LedgerX won approval from the U.S. CFCT to clear bitcoin options, making it the first U.S. federally regulated platform of its kind.

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Greece said it would return to international bond markets for the first time in three years, seeking to swap a bond coming due in 2019 for a new one that will mature in 2022

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Venezuelan bond prices tumbled to their lowest levels of the year, as default fears grew following U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat to impose sanctions on the country.

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Japan’s central bank pushed back its forecast for reaching 2% inflation for a sixth time under Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, again highlighting the country’s struggle to achieve stable price growth.

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China’s Dagong Global aims to boost transparency in the country’s often-murky world of corporate credit ratings, with plans for a digital credit-rating platform that requires companies to submit financial information daily.

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An appeals-court panel overturned the convictions of two former Rabobank traders in the scandal over attempted manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, saying the men’s Fifth Amendment rights were violated.

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