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coinbase-pro-opens-to-dogecoin-after-currencys-6000-gain-this-year
Monitors show Coinbase signage during the company's initial public offering (IPO) on the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.Michael Nagel | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCoinbase is finally getting into Dogecoin.Starting Tuesday, the crypto exchange will offer its pro users the opportunity to trade Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency that started as a joke and got...
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after-a-traumatizing-year-black-people-turn-to-therapy
Dr. Lewis said that due to news media coverage of the George Floyd case and other high profile police shootings, some blacks experienced some form of "shared trauma" that sometimes led to heightened anxiety or nervousness.“We are repeatedly inundated with these things,” he said, “and what I think exacerbates and exacerbates these problems is that black Americans in...
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cathie-woods-ark-innovation-etf-is-down-10-this-week-nearing-new-low-for-the-year
Star fund manager Cathie Wood's flagship fund hits this week and sees large investor outflows amid a sell-off.Ark Innovation's shares fell about 3% Thursday, taking their weekly losses above 10%. The Disruptive Innovation ETF rebounded from its February low of last year, a level many investors see as a barometer for the larger tech sector.Almost $ 770 million...
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powell-says-its-highly-unlikely-the-fed-will-raise-rates-this-year-despite-stronger-economy
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome PowellKevin Lamarque | ReutersDespite its rapidly recovering economy, Fed chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the central bank's commitment on Sunday to keep monetary policy loose.That includes a near-sure statement that interest rates are going nowhere as inflation remains tame and millions of Americans continue to need help as the nation rebuilds from the damage caused...
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mental-health-professionals-are-in-high-demand-as-the-pandemic-enters-a-second-year
Coronavirus has rocked the nation with a year of restrictions, bans, missed meetings and events, isolation, and a staggering loss of more than half a million Americans. As the pandemic extends for a second year, Americans struggling with increased rates of depression, anxiety, and insomnia are seeking mental health support, and providers are working hard to keep up...
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