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    Unusual Options Activity in Square (SQ), Albertsons Companies (ACI) and JD.com (JD)

    Unusual Options Activity in Square (SQ), Albertsons Companies (ACI) and JD.com (JD)

    Unusual option activity at Square, Inc. (SQ) Today, among the underlying components of the NYSE, we saw unusual or notable trading volumes and activity for options at Square, Inc. (SQ) which opened at $ 253.01.…

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    The War on Terror Shifts to ‘Brainistan’

    The War on Terror Shifts to ‘Brainistan’

    Twenty years ago, 19 of my fellow Arabs carried out the worst foreign attack on American soil in history. These members of al-Qaeda, a radical Islamist group obsessed with jihad, crept legally and apparently without…

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    Opinion: Electric vehicles are gaining traction, but chances are that you’ll still be driving a gas-powered car in 2035

    Opinion: Electric vehicles are gaining traction, but chances are that you’ll still be driving a gas-powered car in 2035

    With electric vehicle sales soaring so dramatically amid a growing battle against climate change, it’s sobering to think that most of us will still be driving gasoline cars 15 years from now. In fact, many…

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    Ukraine Is the Latest European Country to Legalize Bitcoin

    Ukraine Is the Latest European Country to Legalize Bitcoin

    UUkraine is now the fifth country to legalize Bitcoin (BTC), a sign that countries around the world are evolving their payment infrastructures. In a historic and almost unanimous vote, the Ukrainian parliament passed a bill…

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    Biden’s Partisan Punch at West Point

    Biden’s Partisan Punch at West Point

    The White House this week told Trump officials to resign or be fired from bodies that oversee military academies, and that is President Biden’s right. But the Biden administration denies that the military has been…

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    When people retreated from cities to the suburbs due to COVID, low-skilled workers left behind paid the price

    When people retreated from cities to the suburbs due to COVID, low-skilled workers left behind paid the price

    People who can do their jobs remotely fled US cities during the pandemic, and the low-skilled workers left behind bore the brunt of the economic fallout – but this trend came with a silver lining.…

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    20 Years Later, Former Nasdaq CEO Remembers 9/11

    20 Years Later, Former Nasdaq CEO Remembers 9/11

    ÖOn the morning of September 11, 2001, former Nasdaq CEO Hardwick Simmons was on the 50th floor of Nasdaq headquarters, then at One Liberty Plaza and only a few blocks from the World Trade Center,…

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    A War on Terror Accounting

    A War on Terror Accounting

    Americans are in a bad mood on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, in part because of President Biden’s disastrous retreat, which has put the Taliban, whom we deposed, back on responsibility for Afghanistan. Was the…

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    12 states still refuse to expand Medicaid. Why that’s a problem for all of us

    12 states still refuse to expand Medicaid. Why that’s a problem for all of us

    In 2020, resident of Missouri for the expansion of Medicaid. agreed, the federal health insurance program for the poor. Under the terms of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, the federal government is providing more…

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    Why the Market Barely Reacted to a ‘Shocking’ PPI Print

    Why the Market Barely Reacted to a ‘Shocking’ PPI Print

    TThe producer price index, PPI, was released this morning. It found that wholesale prices were up 8.3% on an annualized basis last month. That is a shockingly high number. It is above expectations and the…