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As India Goes Cashless, its Central Bank Researches Blockchain

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Following an increase in domestic bitcoin interest, a research center backed by India's central bank is now researching blockchain.

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STOCKS RISE: Here's what you need to know

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Stocks jumped around wildly in trading Wednesday, ultimately finishing in the green.

The press conference of President-elect Donald Trump to address conflicts of interest regarding his businesses and a report claiming ties to the Russian government sent stocks and other assets swinging wildly on Wednesday.

All three indexes finished positive, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average still unable to break through the 20,000 threshold.

We've got all the headlines, but first, the scoreboard:

  • Dow: 19,947.91, +96.32, (0.16%)
  • S&P 500: 2,275.19, +6.29, (0.28%)
  • Nasdaq: 5,563.65, +11.83, (0.21%)
  • WTI crude oil: $50.78, +$1.43, (2.81%)
  • 10-year Treasury yield: 2.370%, -0.009
  1. Trump talks to the media for the first time since the election. Trump admitted that Russia was behind election-related hacking and also promised that his sons would run his businesses without his knowledge, both concerns that had been raised since November 8.
  2. Biotech stocks got crushed after Trump's comments on drug pricing. Trump said pharmaceutical companies were "getting away with murder" in terms of drug pricing and vowed to make the drugs cheaper. The iShares biotech ETF fell almost immediately and ended the day down roughly 2.75%.
  3. Lockheed Martin also sold off after a Trump comment. Trump reiterated his comment that Lockheed's flagship F-35 fighter jet was too expensive and that he would get the price down. Despite most of the program already being paid for, the company's shares slid as much as 1.75% and finished the day down 0.5%
  4. The Mexican peso went wild. The currency, used during the campaign as a proxy for Trump's chances to win, fluctuated wildly throughout the press conference as Trump addressed questions over his desire to build a wall between the US and Mexico, falling to its weakest ever level against the US dollar at one point in trading.
  5. Bitcoin got rocked. The cryptocurrency fell just over 15% on Wednesday, to $768 per coin, and has lost more than 30% of its value in the last four plus trading sessions.
  6. Jeff Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital went after Janus Capital's Bill Gross in his latest presentation. Gundlach said that "second-tier" bond investors (of which Gross is one) had said 2.6% was a key level for the US Treasury 10-year yield during a presentation to investors. Gross had made this call in a letter to clients earlier on the same day.

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Legendary investor Howard Marks says a piece of advice from Warren Buffett perfectly sums up the problem with economists, experts, and the media

One of the biggest market leaders is flashing a warning sign

Wall Street's top political risk analyst on the refugee crisis, Vox Populi, and Trump's Twitter account

The CIO of a $490 billion fund on the one 'guaranteed losing approach' to investing

SEE ALSO: Here's Jeff Gundlach's full presentation on expensive stocks, the economy under Trump, and the Federal Reserve

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The IRS is Catching Flack Again for Weak Bitcoin Guidance (This Time on IRAs)

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A US government watchdog wants more guidance from the IRS on investing retirement accounts in digital currencies and other "unconventional assets".

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Why Small Businesses Should Consider Bitcoin

Entrepreneur, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin can help cut costs by making transactions faster and easier. But there are caveats

Bitcoin's Price Just Hit its Lowest Level in Over a Month

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The bitcoin price slide that began this morning has continued, falling to its lowest level since early December.

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Bust Nigerian Ponzi Scheme is Coming Back with Bitcoin

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Atomic Swaps: How the Lightning Network Extends to Altcoins

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

It is well-known that Bitcoin’s upcoming lightning network promises instant confirmations and low fees. What is not as well-known is that...

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Atomic Swaps: How the Lightning Network Extends to Altcoins

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

It is well-known that Bitcoin’s upcoming lightning network promises instant confirmations and low fees. What is not as well-known is that...

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What you need to know on Wall Street right now

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.

President-elect Donald Trump just finished his first press conference in over 100 days. Here are the highlights:

In related news, we talked to Wall Street's top political risk analyst about the refugee crisis, Vox Populi, and Trump's Twitter accountAnd Sen. Marco Rubio grilled President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state at his confirmation hearing on Wednesday.

Back on Wall Street, a startup backed by George Soros and Peter Thiel is in talks to do a big deal, and the US charged three former London-based FX traders over currency rigging.

Here's how we'll know the bond bull market is dead, according to DoubleLine Capital founder Jeff Gundlach. Gundlach also fired shots at Bill Gross. Here's his full presentation on expensive stocks, the economy under Trump, and the Federal Reserve.

Oaktree cofounder Howard Marks says a piece of advice from Warren Buffett perfectly sums up the problem with economists, experts, and the media.

In tech news, Salesforce will likely end its $5 billion buying spree this year, but its rivals won't. And regulators didn't like Wall Street's big loan to Uber.

Here are seven billion-dollar mega-projects that will transform New York City by 2035.

And lastly, here are the 10 most popular travel destinations right now.

Here are the top Wall Street headlines from the past 24 hours

"A massive system-wide problem, not just for those in finance, but more importantly for society at large"  Investors have been having a great time of it the last 30 years, benefiting from higher than average returns and lower than average volatility in the equity and bond markets. 

Trump has criticized General Motors and Toyota — but the companies still seem thrilled about his presidency  During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump took several shots at Ford. Now, while we wait for the 45th president to be inaugurated, the tweeter-in-chief has set his 140-character sights on General Motors and Toyota.

Goldman Sachs just promoted two senior San Francisco bankers  Goldman Sachs has promoted investment bankers Ryan Limaye and Nick Giovanni, naming them coheads of global technology investment banking, according to an internal memo on Tuesday.

Bitcoin is getting demolished  The fall comes after China announced it had begun investigating bitcoin exchanges in Beijing and Shanghai on suspicion of market manipulation, money laundering, unauthorized financing, and other issues.

The five biggest global risks to business in 2017 do not include Brexit, populism or terrorism  The five biggest risks to doing business globally do not include Brexit, populism, or terrorism, according to the World Economic Forum's benchmark "Global Risks" report for 2017

One of the biggest market leaders is flashing a warning sign  With the Dow struggling to break 20,000 and Inauguration Day approaching, there are murmurs about the stock market's near-term performance.

It's all about the yuan for anyone investing in China  Chinese local interest rates rose substantially late last year, and many bond offerings have been canceled, creating financial strain for some Chinese companies.

Junk bonds can cause pain even if they don't default  In the high-yield market, it’s no secret that the lower a bond’s quality, the higher its risk of default. Here’s something that isn’t so well understood: low-quality bonds can damage a portfolio even before they default.

Infiniti just unveiled a gorgeous SUV packed with new self-driving tech  Infiniti officially unveiled its luxury SUV concept at the Detroit Auto Show — and it's a nice glimpse of what we can expect from the automaker in the future.

SEE ALSO: North America is going to get a new billionaire every 6 days

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As India Goes Cashless, Both E-Money Stocks and Bitcoin Benefit

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on November 9, 2016, that 500 and 1000 rupee notes would be taken out of circulation in an...

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'Satoshi Roundtable' Brings Blockchain Bigwigs Back for Third Year

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin movers and shakers at this year's "Satoshi Roundtable" will be joined by members of the World Bank and other financial institutions.

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Op-Ed: Is China Cracking down on Bitcoin?

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IBM Watson Health and FDA to Collaborate on Blockchain Project

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

IBM Watson Health announced today a collaborative project with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration aimed at applying emerging blockchain...

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Bitcoin Startup BitX Rebrands as ‘Luno’ with New Offerings

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Qtum: Connecting Blockchain Technology With the Commercial World

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Qtum, a forthcoming digital currency and open source community project, announced this week that it had passed $1 million in backing from...

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Bitcoin Falls Below $800 As Volatile Week Continues

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin prices tumbled more than 10% in morning trading, dipping below the $800 mark.

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Blockchain Angels Invest $1 Million in Bitcoin-Ethereum Hybrid Qtum

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A new public blockchain that would seek to merge requested design aspects of both the bitcoin and ethereum blockchains has raised $1m in funding.

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Here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange

Dave Lutz, the head of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) at JonesTrading, has an overview of what's happening in markets on Wednesday:

  • US stock futures are little changed, with the Nasdaq adding to the closing high it hit on Tuesday. The FTSE in London is gunning for a 10th straight record high. 
  • Industrial commodities are rallying. Copper is adding to a three-month high, while crude oil is higher after two days of weakness and ahead of weekly inventory data from the Department of Energy.

Here's Lutz:

Good Morning!   US Futures are marked slightly higher, with the QQQs adding to record close.   A Mixed bag in Europe, where the DAX is up 10bp as discretionary and Energy rally, but thos Fins remain under pressure of profit-taking, hitting Italy for 25bp.  In London, the FTSE going for 7,300 and a 10th consecutive day of record closes as Miners jump higher again, offsetting weakness in Discretionary.  Volumes heavy across the continent, with the DAX and FTSE trading 40% heavier than average.  Asian stock markets were broadly higher - Japan closed up 30bp as the Yen fell, China lost 80bp on concerns of heavy Chinese IPOs incoming, while Hong Kong rose for a 5th session - Aussie climbed small on Energy shares, while India reclaims 27,000

Some Reversal in Bunds and Treasuries – they had been under pressure most of the morning, but are now leaping higher, pressing the US 10YY back under 2.37%.   The DXY is bouncing from 102 - Euro hit towards 1.05 (and holding for now) - Sterling on 10week lows – while EM FX still weak:  Lira fresh lows and Peso on record lows into the Trump Presser at 11amET.   Bitcoin off 6% as China moves further against the currency.   Industrial commods are mostly higher, with Copper adding to 3month highs as Ore has leapt 10% this week and Oil rebounding from a 2day whack into DOE inventories – headers chattering Saudi supply cuts to Asia outweighing heavier than expected US Inventory data.  Interesting that GOLD is well bid despite the DXY rip – Positioning shows the street way short that yeller metal.

Quiet Economic Calendar today – we get Bank of England Bond-Buying Operation Results at 9:50, just before UK’s NIESR GDP Estimate at 10.  DOE data for Crude hits at 10:30 (Last night’s API showed a 1.5mln build, with Gasoline stocks jumping 1.7mln – both slightly heavier than estimates).  At 11am we get the Trump Presser (1st Since Election) – then at 1pm we get a Auction of $20 Bln 10-Year Notes (Reopening).  Small builder KBH (#13 ITB – not even in the XHB) reports after the close.   Active day in Washington, as the Senate holds 3 confirmation hearings (supposed to be 5, 2 were delayed) and moves on ACA thru Budget Process.

SEE ALSO: GUNDLACH: Here's how we'll know the bond bull market is dead

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Here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange

Dave Lutz, the head of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) at JonesTrading, has an overview of what's happening in markets on Wednesday:

  • US stock futures are little changed, with the Nasdaq adding to the closing high it hit on Tuesday. The FTSE in London is gunning for a 10th straight record high. 
  • Industrial commodities are rallying. Copper is adding to a three-month high, while crude oil is higher after two days of weakness and ahead of weekly inventory data from the Department of Energy.

Here's Lutz:

Good Morning!   US Futures are marked slightly higher, with the QQQs adding to record close.   A Mixed bag in Europe, where the DAX is up 10bp as discretionary and Energy rally, but thos Fins remain under pressure of profit-taking, hitting Italy for 25bp.  In London, the FTSE going for 7,300 and a 10th consecutive day of record closes as Miners jump higher again, offsetting weakness in Discretionary.  Volumes heavy across the continent, with the DAX and FTSE trading 40% heavier than average.  Asian stock markets were broadly higher - Japan closed up 30bp as the Yen fell, China lost 80bp on concerns of heavy Chinese IPOs incoming, while Hong Kong rose for a 5th session - Aussie climbed small on Energy shares, while India reclaims 27,000

Some Reversal in Bunds and Treasuries – they had been under pressure most of the morning, but are now leaping higher, pressing the US 10YY back under 2.37%.   The DXY is bouncing from 102 - Euro hit towards 1.05 (and holding for now) - Sterling on 10week lows – while EM FX still weak:  Lira fresh lows and Peso on record lows into the Trump Presser at 11amET.   Bitcoin off 6% as China moves further against the currency.   Industrial commods are mostly higher, with Copper adding to 3month highs as Ore has leapt 10% this week and Oil rebounding from a 2day whack into DOE inventories – headers chattering Saudi supply cuts to Asia outweighing heavier than expected US Inventory data.  Interesting that GOLD is well bid despite the DXY rip – Positioning shows the street way short that yeller metal.

Quiet Economic Calendar today – we get Bank of England Bond-Buying Operation Results at 9:50, just before UK’s NIESR GDP Estimate at 10.  DOE data for Crude hits at 10:30 (Last night’s API showed a 1.5mln build, with Gasoline stocks jumping 1.7mln – both slightly heavier than estimates).  At 11am we get the Trump Presser (1st Since Election) – then at 1pm we get a Auction of $20 Bln 10-Year Notes (Reopening).  Small builder KBH (#13 ITB – not even in the XHB) reports after the close.   Active day in Washington, as the Senate holds 3 confirmation hearings (supposed to be 5, 2 were delayed) and moves on ACA thru Budget Process.

SEE ALSO: GUNDLACH: Here's how we'll know the bond bull market is dead

DON'T MISS: Want to get ahead on Wall Street? Here's everything you need to know to land your dream job

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NOW WATCH: Watch Yellen explain why the Federal Reserve decided to raise rates

Breaking: Bitcoin Price Crashes as China’s PBOC Perform “On-Site Checks” of Major Exchanges

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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China's Central Bank to Conduct Ongoing Bitcoin Exchange Visits

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The People's Bank of China revealed today it has held additional meetings with major bitcoin exchanges.

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Bitcoin is getting demolished

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin is getting demolished, trading down 12% at $797 per coin as of 7:19 a.m. ET. Wednesday's selling comes following three days where the cryptocurrency appeared to be stabilizing, holding in a range between $880 and $920, as traders digested the news that the People's Bank of China warned investors to exercise caution when investing in virtual currencies.

The cryptocurrency has had a wild start to 2017 after booking a 120% gain in 2016, making it the world's best performing currency for the second year in a row. Bitcoin rallied more than 20% in the first three-plus trading days of 2017, crossing the $1,000 mark for the first time since November 2013 and coming within $46 of an all-time high.

However, worries surrounding a crackdown on trading in China have punished bitcoin over the past four-plus  sessions, erasing about 30% of its value. 

Bitcoin is now down more than 14% in 2017. 

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Report: Chinese Authorities Considering Bitcoin Regulation; Price Falls

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Bitcoin: Where Wall Street and Silicon Valley Meet

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Chris Burniske and Adam White discuss their recently published white paper, setting out what they see as the tech's investment potential.

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BitX Rebrands as Luno, Reveals Bitcoin Sandbox Project

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin startup BitX is changing its name to Luno, as it switched focus to the European market.

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