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JPMorgan Chase beats profit estimates on strong trading, $5.2 billion release of loan-loss reserves

Preview: JPMorgan posted first-quarter profit of $4.50 a share, much higher than the $3.10 per share expected by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv.

Coinbase gets reference price of $250 per share from Nasdaq ahead of today's direct listing

Preview: Coinbase's $250 reference price for its direct listing would value the company at around $65.3 billion on a fully diluted basis.

Gary Gensler has a full agenda as he gets set to take over the SEC

Preview: The Senate is likely to confirm Gary Gensler as the new SEC chairman, and crypto assets — including bitcoin — are likely high on his agenda.

Coinbase CEO says regulation is one of the biggest threats to crypto

Preview: Coinbase is set to become the first major crypto company to go public in the U.S. after it hits the markets through a direct listing Wednesday.

Stock futures rise slightly amid strong bank earnings, Goldman shares gain

Preview: On Tuesday, the S&P 500 climbed 0.4% to close at a record high.

U.S. vaccination pace picks up as officials say Johnson & Johnson pause won't slow rollout

Preview: On average, 3.4 million daily vaccine doses have been reported administered over the past week, and officials say the J&J vaccine pause will not slow this pace.

Mortgage refinance demand hits lowest level in over a year, and homebuyers retreat, too

Preview: It was a mixed week for mortgage rates, which started high and then fell slightly, but the damage was done early.

Bed Bath & Beyond shares fall on mixed results, backs forecast as turnaround continues

Preview: Bed Bath & Beyond reported a double-digit decline in fourth-quarter sales, as ongoing store closures and divestments weigh on results.

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Goldman Sachs, Bed Bath & Beyond, JetBlue & more

Preview: Check out the companies that are making headlines in premarket trading.

Moderna says new data shows its Covid vaccine is more than 90% effective against virus six months after second shot

Preview: Moderna said Tuesday that new data shows its vaccine is more than 90% effective at protecting against Covid-19 up to six months after the second dose.

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McConnell seeks to end feud with Trump

Preview: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is seeking to end his running feud with President Trump, which escalated this weekend when the former president insulted him as a "dumb son of a bitch" and a "stone-cold lose...

Lachlan Murdoch responds to call for Tucker Carlson's firing

Preview: Lachlan Murdoch, Fox Corp.'s executive chairman and CEO, defended comments by Tucker Carlson that prompted the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to call for the cable network's host to be fired, saying he had rejected an anti-...

Inside the surprisingly close Biden-Manchin relationship

Preview: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) has been seen as an early impediment to progressives and his own president's agenda in the first 100 days of Joe Biden's presidency.Manchin opposed a $15 federal minimum wage, doesn't wan...

Fauci fatigue sets in as top doc sows doubt in vaccine effectiveness

Preview: Living in fear for the foreseeable future seems to be the overall message that many Americans are hearing from more than a few doctors who really need to get their media-exposure diets under control.

Maryland trooper fatally shoots 16-year-old

Preview: A Maryland state trooper is being investigated in an officer-involved shooting that killed a 16-year-old.Police confirmed they received two calls Tuesday ab...

Poll: DC worst place in country, Americans say

Preview: Americans said in a recent poll by YouGov th...

Biden's court-packing theater could tame the Supreme Court's conservatives

Preview: FDR was able to use his court-packing threat to pressure the high court to change course.

Trump lawyers argue NY tax return law no longer applies to him

Preview: Former President Trump's personal lawyers on Monday urged a federal judge to find that a New York state law on congressional tax return requests no longer pertains to the former president because he's out of office....

Top executives speak out against voting limits after Republicans tell them to stay out of politics

Preview: Hundreds of business executives signed on to a letter released Wednesday condemning efforts to restrict voting rights around the country in response to a number of GOP-led bills after Republicans urged companies to stay o...

House passes bill to avert Medicare cuts

Preview: The House on Tuesday approved a bill that would put off automatic cuts to Medicare provider payments until the end of the year.

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'Most humiliating punishment imaginable': Black National Guardsman allegedly forced to wear heavy chain

Preview: As the military reckons with racism and extremism in its ranks, one story of the Maryland National Guard highlights the toll of discrimination.

Daunte Wright shooting: Decision on charges for former Brooklyn Center police officer could come Wednesday

Preview: Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter resigned after the death of Daunte Wright. A decision whether to charge her could come Wednesday.

Scientists begin to unravel rare blood clotting disorder connected to J&J and AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccines

Preview: Although still murky, a picture is starting to emerge about the connection between two types of COVID-19 vaccines and rare blood clots.

Commercial boat capsized amid severe weather off Louisiana coast; 6 people rescued, more missing

Preview: The U.S. Coast Guard rescued six people from a 129-ft capsized commercial lift boat" in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday amid severe weather warnings.

There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001. Experts weigh in on why this happens.

Preview: Cases of weapons confusion like the Daunte Wright shooting are rare but avoidable, say experts who blame inadequate training in most instances.

Nancy Pelosi describes the impact the Derek Chauvin trial has had on her, calls George Floyd's death a 'public assassination'

Preview: "I find the (Chauvin) trial so disappointing. And maybe my disappointment springs from my expectation that these are our protectors," she said.

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Federal Panel to Debate J&J Shot's Link to Blood Clots

Preview: A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention panel will meet Wednesday to debate whether and how Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine should continue to be used in the U.S., following reports of rare but severe blood clots among a few recipients.

Toshiba's CEO Steps Down Under Pressure From Shareholders

Preview: Nobuaki Kurumatani resigned a week after the company said it had received an acquisition offer from private-equity firm CVC Capital Partners.

Luxury Shares Soar as LVMH Sales Rebound

Preview: Shares across Europe’s luxury-goods sector hit record highs after LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton reported a strong rebound in first-quarter sales, defying the pandemic’s drag on the global economy.

Trucking Companies Boost Pay in Hunt for Drivers as Demand Surges

Preview: U.S. trucking companies are scrambling to hire more drivers as roaring consumer demand and tight shipping capacity stoke a resurgent freight market.

Fake Covid-19 Health Certificates Are Posing a Problem for Airlines

Preview: Airlines are battling a scourge of passengers traveling with falsified Covid-19 health certificates, with test results easy to manipulate.

Inflation Accelerated in March

Preview: The consumer-price index jumped 2.6% in the year ended March, marking the start of what many economists expect to be a monthslong upswing in prices.

Billions in Covid-19 Aid Is Slow to Reach Renters and Landlords

Preview: Overwhelmed state and local authorities are grappling with how to allocate $25 billion in federal rental relief, leaving many tenants and landlords waiting weeks or months for their share.

Oil Demand Is Recovering Despite Vaccination Hiccups, IEA Says

Preview: A year after the pandemic and a price war sparked one of the weakest months in history for oil prices, the global energy market is well on its way to recovery, the International Energy Agency said.

IRS Chief Says $1 Trillion in Taxes May Go UncollectedEach Year

Preview: Agency Commissioner Charles Rettig cited errors, fraud and lack of resources to enforce collections adequately.

Repeal of Cap on Local Tax Deductions Is Pushed

Preview: Rep. Tom Suozzi and other Democratic lawmakers from New York are prodding House leadership to pursue the repeal of the cap on state and local tax deductions enacted during the Trump administration.