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10 THINGS BEFORE THE OPENING BELL

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Here's what you need to know before markets open.

1. Global shares are taking a breather after Friday's jobs report. Here's what the markets are doing.

2. Elon Musk has been criticized for his 'trolling' crypto tweets. "Hacktivist" group Anonymous reportedly made the comments in a YouTube video.

3. An asset manager nicknamed '50 Cent' made $1.1 billion on bitcoin in 5 months. Future crypto bets are "not off the menu," a Ruffer executive says.

4. A group of MIT grads in their 20s could be sitting on 13,000% bitcoin returns. They got free crypto for taking part in a project.

5. Jack Dorsey and Michael Saylor headlined the sold-out Bitcoin 2021 Miami conference. Here are their 12 best quotes from the event.

6. Earnings expected. No major companies are reporting earnings today. 

7. On the data docket. No top-tier data is due to be released.

8. Credit Suisse has compiled a list of companies being severely underrated by Wall Street. The firm says to buy these 14 stocks that represent its analysts' highest-conviction picks for June.

9. A 22-year Wall Street veteran who's now the CEO of a crypto bank told us how the 2008 global financial crisis led her to bitcoin. Caitlin Long also broke down where the real value of cryptocurrencies lies today.

10. 29-year-old crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried has risen to prominence in recent months. He shares how investors can use Tesla or Apple stock as collateral to buy bitcoin or ether.

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