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  • Overseas Pros Worry Nobody Has an Edge Trading China Anymore
    Bloomberg

    Overseas Pros Worry Nobody Has an Edge Trading China Anymore

    (Bloomberg) -- The Chinese market rout is forcing money managers around the globe to re-assess the investment case for the world’s second-biggest economy.Whether it’s economic growth or the regulatory landscape, professional investors say it’s all become a lot harder to predict, and it’s adding a new dimension of risk to global markets. To Ameriprise Financial Inc.’s Anthony Saglimbene, the long-term potential of China doesn’t look like it’s worth the risk anymore, while Kairos Partners’ Alberto

  • Dow Jones Falls Below 35,000 on Boeing and Tech Stock Sell-Offs, Delta Variant Worries
    Motley Fool

    Dow Jones Falls Below 35,000 on Boeing and Tech Stock Sell-Offs, Delta Variant Worries

    One day after reaching a record, the Dow is retreating ahead of earnings from three key components this afternoon.

  • Revenue Jump at Colorado's Sportsbooks Welcome Sight Even as Wagering Dips in June, According to PlayColorado
    PR Newswire

    Revenue Jump at Colorado's Sportsbooks Welcome Sight Even as Wagering Dips in June, According to PlayColorado

    Revenue at Colorado's sportsbooks jumped in June, spiking tax revenue for the state in the process, even as sports betting volume in the state slipped for the second time in three months. The seemingly contradictory results are not a surprise over the summer months, when sportsbooks win a higher percentage of primarily futures bets made on sports such as tennis, according to PlayColorado.