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1. U.S. stock futures are approaching record high bond yield growth. See what the markets are doing today.
2 Jeff Bezos regained the title of richest person in the world. Elon Musk retained that position for six weeks, but a 2.4% drop in Tesla shares returned him to second place.
3 SpaceX raised $ 850 million, pushing its estimate to $ 74 billion. The jump represents another victory for Elon Musk, whose Tesla has grown by about 350% in the last year.
4. Berkshire Hathaway reveals billions of dollars in stakes in Chevron and Verizon. It revealed a stake in energy titan of $ 4.1 billion and a position in the telecommunications giant of $ 8.6 billion.
5. The Saudi Arabian Wealth Fund has also revealed billions of dollars in shares in video game stocks. The state fund increased total investment in U.S. stocks to about $ 13 billion, up from $ 7 billion a quarter ago.
6. Michael Burry sold his GameStop shares last quarter. The investor “Veliki kratki” potentially missed more than 750 million dollars in profit.
7. On the data dock. Applications for the MBA mortgage, FOMC minutes, API’s weekly crude oil inventory and a 20-year U.S. debt auction are due to arrive.
8. Raymond James is looking for stocks that will easily surpass the S&P 500 in the next month. The company says it will buy 12 shares of the “storm center” which will recover as the economy reopens.
9. Canadian regulators have just approved the world’s first Bitcoin ETF. Here are five things investors need to know about the prospects of the US version.
10. Morgan Stanley’s quantum team says it’s the perfect time for a stock picker. The group represents the 13 best stocks in an ideal environment for active managers.