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  1. Donald J. Trump tweeted Thursday that he is “not a fan” of cryptocurrencies, saying they were “not money” and referencing their price volatility relative to the dollar ...

  2. Donald Trump attacks Bitcoin

    Coin Rivet via Yahoo FinanceJul 12 14:40 PM

    US President Donald Trump has slammed Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, claiming their value is “based on thin air”. “I am not a fan of Bitcoin and other ...

  3. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to resume trade talks, and the United States will back down for now from a threat to impose...that ...

  4. US President Donald Trump speaks to the press before departing from Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, New Jersey on July 7, 2019. President Donald ...

  5. Trump Praises N.J. Democrats for Blocking Murphy Millionaire Tax

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 01 16:21 PM

    As Murphy vows to continue pushing to increase the levy on New Jersey’s richest residents, he has backing from liberal voters, public unions and a national Democratic party agitating for progressive ...

  6. The UK ambassador to the US, Kim Darroch, resigned today following the leak of diplomatic cables over the weekend that showed him blasting the administration of Donald ...

  7. A trade truce between the U.S. and China sent the S&P 500 (^GSPC) to a record high Monday, but as investors rejoiced, one Democratic presidential candidate questioned President ...

  8. President Donald Trump ruffled many feathers and raised quite a few eyebrows when he took on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies during one of his characteristic Tweetstorms ...

  9. Bitcoin may soon go parabolic over $12,000 again

    Coin Rivet via Yahoo FinanceJul 04 14:10 PM

    On a backdrop of global turmoils driven by a narrative of trade tensions, a breakout in the gold and commodities markets, and even US President Donald Trump ...

  10. Trump Wins Dismissal of Emoluments Case by Maryland and D.C.

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 10 17:22 PM

    The ruling by a Richmond, Virginia-based appeals court hands a victory to the president, who can now avoid having the two Democratic attorneys general delving into his finances to determine ...