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1. Global stocks rise as investors' inflation concerns are eased by China's crackdown on commodity prices. Find out what markets are doing

2. Bitcoin tumbled to a four-month low. Crypto miners halted operations in China over regulatory concerns

3. Investors are worried about rising inflation. Three experts weigh in on whether the concerns are warranted.

4. SocGen believes gold is a better investment than bitcoin. Despite the cryptocurrency's recent dominance, risks are high, the firm said. 

5. Elon Musk was pressured to suspend bitcoin payments to Tesla, a private equity CEO said. Eric Schiffer still believes that Musk is a bitcoin maximalist

6. A quiet day for earnings. No major companies are reporting. 

7. On the data docket. Various Federal Reserve representatives are due to make remarks, including Governor Brainard. 

8. eToro's most popular female investor says she's holding onto crypto and prefers Ethereum to bitcoin. She reveals the strategy that led 20,000 people to copy her portfolio.

9. Goldman Sachs just released a new list of companies poised to crush the market in the post-pandemic era. The firm says to buy these 15 stocks with 'clear, unique' catalysts.

10. A chief strategist who called the 2020 crash warns a crash of up to 60% is highly likely. Lance Roberts shares 5 indicators that show 'more than adequate evidence' of a stock market bubble.


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