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Top tech groups get lower weighting in ETF that tracks Nasdaq-100 index
Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook defy worries over a sector setback
Listed companies will be required to include minorities and women among their directors
US, Russia take differing approaches when it comes to Cuba’s protests and military crackdown
New division would join forces with Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and SVB
Exchange operator in joint venture with SVB Financial, Citi, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley
Companies behind digital trading are moving into gambling, real estate and property
Former Nasdaq chair who ran the world’s largest Ponzi scheme
Virgin-O2 cleared, Facebook GDPR probe, Surface Laptop 4
Exchange group removed promotional interview with founder of gambling platform as start-up fell into administration
NYSE, Nasdaq and Cboe oppose move to expand access to their feeds
US exchange bought eSpeed in 2013 for an initial $750m
FT's Robert Armstrong looks at the surging stock prices of Tesla, Bitcoin and Nasdaq index stalwarts
Bans on stock purchases harm the interests of American investors
US exchange proposal would set standard of at least one female and one minority board member
Two more EV bubble data points.
No shortage of theories why investors think big tech is still a good bet
Boom in blank-cheque company launches adds new twist to age-old rivalry between exchanges
Academics and investors suggest market will be too localised to provide an effective hedge
Spacs are this year’s biggest financial fad in the US, but there are cultural differences across the pond
When bubbles pop, even the winners are in the wilderness.
Derivatives reflect risk of heavy selling that could overwhelm smaller players
It’s all about rates, really.
IPOs more than double this year even as Beijing’s relations with Washington plummet
Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Citi have led lacklustre IPOs of Chinese groups