- Wall Street money is showing big support for Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton. Time will tell if that's a blessing or a curse. The field is thinning.
- The $1 billion hedge fund that cited market liquidity among the reasons for shutting its doors has sparked some concerns across the market. The lack of liquidity in the credit markets.
- Calling for a 50% spike in oil prices by year end. But will even that be enough to save the U.S. energy complex? Keeping your fingers crossed for supply and demand fundamentals.
- In case you've been charging up your drone for bird's-eye view of the Super Bowl this Sunday, save your batteries, because the FAA is having none of it. Drone crashes in prominent spaces are becoming increasingly common.
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