Robinhood and other brokerages took steps to stop the buying frenzy surrounding firms such as GameStop but only sparked more volatility in the market, with angry customers and politicians arguing the curbs unfairly benefit bigger investors.
It resumed its upward momentum, rising 75 percent from the beginning of the session after slumping when trading platforms imposed buying halts on viral stocks.
Lawsuit filed in the US District Court of New York says Robinhood's decision to block trading of GameStop stocks "deprived retail investors of the ability to invest in the open-market."
A US FinCen leak shows JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, Standard Chartered, Deutsche Bank and Bank of New York Mellon moved illicit funds for nearly two decades even after being prosecuted or convicted for financial misconduct.
In the last three days of July, Bezos has sold stock worth about $1.8 billion, regulatory filings showed.
MacKenzie Bezos will receive 19.7 million Amazon.com shares, which will leave her with a total of 4 percent stake of the company.
Uber Technologies Inc. will sell 180 million shares in its public offering, with a further 27 million sold by existing investors.
The Trump administration is issuing a final rule that adds bump stocks, gun attachments to increase fire rates, to a definition of machine guns written 80 years ago.
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