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North Korea’s Kim Declares Law on Nuclear Arms, Stoking Tensions
Queen Elizabeth to Remain on Canadian Cash ‘for Years to Come’
Paul Allen’s Second Superyacht Hits the Market for $90 Million
Citadel Securities Warns Against Sub-Penny Trading Across Stocks
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India’s Economy Is Stuck Just Short of Escape Velocity
The Queen Who Bridged Two Centuries
Farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, a Monarch for the Ages
Adam Neumann Is Back, This Time With a Crypto Angle
How a Sparkling Water Company Built a Brand on Bruised Fruit
What a Rocket Startup That Helped Create the ‘New Space’ Wave Leaves Behind
LA County Homeless Population Jumps 4% as Housing Costs Climb
Princeton Will Cover All College Costs for Families Making Up to $100,000
US Restarts Burns of Forest Fuel, Paused After Runaway Blaze
Hurricane Kay Threatens to Flood California From Miles Away
To Fight its Gas Crisis, Germany Proposes a New Cheap Transit Plan
Murphy Says NYC Congestion Pricing Can’t Burden New Jersey Taxpayers
How the ‘Rise of the Rest’ Became the ‘Rise of the Rents’
Singapore’s Lee Family Scions Make Crypto Push With New Funds
Crypto Dreams Dashed in Thailand as Regulators Tighten Rules
GameStop’s FTX Partnership Draws Wave of Retail Trader Buying

Institutional investors are striking back in stocks, upending the brief and kooky reign of the retail day trader.
So says veteran market-structure analyst Larry Tabb, citing a panoply of evidence including volume on legacy venues like the New York Stock Exchange as well as the quickly swelling value of shares changing hands each day in equities. Data from Morgan Stanley found big-money investment houses bringing increasing pressure to bear on the futures market, while prime brokerage data showed hedge-fund selling drove the selloff in speculative tech at the turn of the year.


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