The IRS has received approximately 21% more individual returns than the agency received last year by Feb. 7, which was 12 days into the tax season last year. See full story.
GameStop saga illustrates rising ‘noise-trader risk’ that could feed market volatility, warns quantitative analyst
The GameStop rally could herald a rise in “noise trader risk,” potentially driving rational traders from obscure, less liquid corners of the stock market and stoking increased volatility, warns one quantitative analyst. See full story.
This CPAC ‘golden calf’ Trump statue is spurring backlash of biblical proportions
Comments like ‘the GOP worship a golden crook’ spread across Twitter faster than you can say ‘Moses' See full story.
Pfizer vaccine can reduce transmission after 1 dose, new study finds
A single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech reduces infections and lowers the risk of transmission, according to a new study. See full story.
$1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package set to clear House late tonight
House Democrats hope to clear President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion economic package late today and send it on to the Senate, where it will face some changes. See full story.
For the first time, the IRS is asking about virtual currency transactions on the first page of its main income tax form. See full story.