Weibo shares pop 19% in IPO

The Chinese social media company sees solid demand in its initial public offering, offering some hope for other Chinese technology companies hoping to list in the United States.  More

Barbie. So not hot right now

Toy maker Mattel's earnings disappoint investors as a drop in Barbie sales cuts into revenue.  Play

Goldman Sachs investment banking roars back

Goldman Sachs reports strong earnings results Thursday thanks to lower expenses and investment banking fees.  More

Morgan Stanley's unlikely rebound continues

CEO James Gorman proves that there are, in fact, second acts on Wall Street.  More

China's spending crackdown hits drinks giants

China's crackdown on extravagant spending by officials is creating a headache for some of the world's biggest drinks companies.  More

Google's ad prices are down. So what?

Despite alarmist coverage following its earnings miss, this tech giant is doing just fine.  More

The real economy beats the banks

Ghost of Occupy Wall Street, rejoice: As more people land jobs, bank earnings falter.  More

NY Attorney General subpoenas High-Frequency Trading firms

NY Attorney General subpoenas six High-Frequency Trading firms  More

Weibo IPO leads Chinese stock invasion

China's answer to Twitter will begin trading Thursday in the U.S., but investors should be cautious  More

Investors cheer India's election

Investors are betting that an election will cure some of the country's economic ills.  More

Yellen: U.S. banks stronger than Europe's

Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen discusses the reasons why the banking industry in the U.S. is healthy and the challenges Europe still needs to overcome.  Play

Janet Yellen to Wall Street: don't panic

Wall Street was a lot more pleased with Fed Chief Janet Yellen's latest remarks on interest rates  More

China has far bigger challenges than a slowing economy

Growth concerns aside, Beijing must grapple with an unwieldy shadow banking sector.  More

Sorry Milwaukee Bucks fans: Private equity owners aren't much help

The Milwaukee Bucks are getting new owners, but history isn't on their side.  More

Intel bucks tech stock slide

Intel is up nearly 3% so far this year, unlike its brethren on the Nasdaq. Looks like the chip maker's focus on tablets and cloud computing is starting to pay off.  Play

Legal costs hit Bank of America's bottom line

Bank of America still feeling fallout of mortgage crisis. It shares down 3% after quarterly loss.  More

Yahoo surges following first-quarter results

Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results.  More

Yahoo surges following first-quarter results

Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results.  More

Investors hit the brakes on Tesla

After a phenomenal year, Tesla stock is down 17% in the last month.  More

China slowdown not as steep as feared

China's economy slowed in the first quarter, adding to uncertainty over whether growth this year will meet the government's official target.  More

Real estate investors' haven: Detroit

Beleaguered city has good deals, high occupancy rates and relatively high rents.  More

Fears grow over China property flameout

Observers are warning that risks of a blow up in China's property market are rising, threatening a slowdown that could hurt global growth.  More

Munis on the rise

After a big selloff last summer, local and state bonds are on the rebound. Get over the fiscal horror stories (like Detroit) and focus on the public sector recovery -- and the increasingly important tax break.  More

J&J healthy amid selloff

Johnson & Johnson showed strong growth, especially in pharmaceuticals, while its less-mature biotechnology cousins take a beating.  Play

Housing, food costs on the rise

Inflation is slightly higher in March as food and shelter costs accelerated  More

Ukraine hikes rates in bid to defend economy

Ukraine's central bank has hiked its benchmark lending rate for the first time in eight months amid an escalating confrontation with pro-Russian activists.  More

Forbes fumbles Obama record on merger politicization

One blocked merger does not make a pattern, even if you pretend it does.  More

Beef prices hit record high

Beef prices are at a record high, and the cost of other staples, such as milk, butter, eggs, fruit and vegetables are climbing thanks to a severe drought in California.  More

3 reasons the economy has some spring in its step

After a winter of confusing economic data, some important indicators show an economy coming out of hibernation.  More

Twitter insiders aren't cashing out yet

Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams say they have no plans to sell their stock when the lock-up period ends in May.  More

Invest in next Facebook...for a few bucks

Soon any mom or pop can invest in startups alongside venture capitalists. The SEC is expected to approve equity crowdfunding sites by the end of the year.  More

Soaring prices make it hard to be a foodie

Prices for common foods like coffee, dairy and beef have increased greatly over last year, with some analysts pointing the finger at California's severe drought.  Play

Things are looking up for Citigroup

In a quarter when Citigroup was in the news for all the wrong reasons, the bank's profits beat Wall Street forecasts.  More

Russian ruble rattled by renewed Ukraine unrest

International markets were roiled Monday and the Russian currency hit a three-week low as traders and investors worry about renewed tensions between Russia and Ukraine.  More

Investors dip a toe into emerging markets

Investors rushed out of emerging markets earlier this year, but money has started to flow back despite China, Ukraine and other concerns  More

2013 record year for dividends

Shareholders have enjoyed soaring dividend pay-out increases since the recession and it doesn't look like its stopping anytime soon. This first quarter alone was the biggest increase ever.  Play

Can good earnings save the market?

Before the Easter bunny, investors await key corporate earnings. Good news could turn markets around.  More

ETrade's new ad: Worse than the baby

The ETrade baby may have (finally!) retired, but the new Type E commercial with singing and dancing adults actually makes us long for the talking tyke.  More

Investors dip a toe back in emerging markets

Investors rushed out of emerging markets earlier this year, but money has started to flow back despite China, Ukraine and other concerns  More

Stocks: Let's put the volatility in context

2014 is already stacking up to be twice as volatile as last year. We put it in historical context.  More

Meet the Web's favorite finance professor

Gautam Kaul hasn't won a Nobel Prize. But the Michigan finance professor is a bigger online phenomenon than Robert Shiller.  More

Herbalife shares plunge on news of FBI probe

Herbalife shares fell hard Friday afternoon following Financial Times report that FBI and Department of Justice had launched criminal probe.  More

Eight pricey stocks haunting the Nasdaq

Problem underscores a glaring weakness in cap-weighted indexes  More

Are new rules making banks safer?

Years after the financial crisis, regulators announced that the big banks will have to hold more capital to protect against losses. Will it make the financial system safer?  Play

JPMorgan loses money every time it makes a mortgage

That's bad news for the housing market and the economy in general.  More

Putin warns Europe about gas supplies

Russian President says the Ukraine standoff could hurt Europe in the coming months.  More

Greece's economy is still a huge mess

Enthusiasm surrounding Thursday's Greek debt offering illustrates just how desperate investors have become in their futile search for yield.  More

JPMorgan profits sink, but Dimon confident

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sounded bullish about the economy. Too bad the bank's earnings tell a different story. The stock sank as results disappointed Wall Street.  More

H&R Block up ... but not due to taxes

H&R Block loves April 15. But shares are rallying Friday because it is selling its bank to BOFI, an online financial firm. BOFI shares were up too. And don't forget to do your taxes!  Play

Tech stock rout continues in Asia

Asian tech and telecom stocks plunged Friday as investors sold off their holdings, alarmed by yet another slide in U.S. technology stocks yesterday.  More

Citi may be in more legal hot water

The bank may have disclosed a new earnings target to some, but not all, of its investors.  More

7 reasons not to ditch tech stocks

The market may seem like a casino. But Apple, Microsoft and 5 other techs (including AOL!) look like good bets even as the Nasdaq plunges.  More

The Masters: Tiger Woods out, Callaway Golf up

Callaway Golf's stock is on the upswing. With Tiger Woods not playing at this year's Masters tournament, it creates more opportunity for Callaway Golf to raise its profile.  More

SAC Capital $1.8 billion penalty approved

Hedge fund operator's settlement of insider trading charges is approved by a federal judge in New York.  More

Ally Financial: From bailout shame to lame IPO

Ally Financial falls after IPO. The U.S. Treasury is trimming its stake after bailing the company out  More

Young investors are hoarding cash

People in their early to mid-thirties with at least $100,000 to invest are keeping 42% of their money in cash.  More

Biggest week for IPOs in 8 years

It's the biggest week for IPOs since 2006. Is this a sign of health or a bubble?  More

'Great day for the American taxpayer'

Ally Financial CEO Mike Carpenter describes how his company's IPO brings TARP money back to the American taxpayer.  Play

Bed Bath & Below? Retailer's stock sinks

Home retailer Bed Bath & Beyond had a stellar run in 2013, rising almost 45%. But its tumbling share price so far this year reminds investors that momentum stocks can't go up forever.  Play

Big bank earnings likely in doghouse

Shares of the big banks soared late last year as investors cheered a recovering economy. But the excitement seems to have faded as JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo get set to report earnings.  More

Blocking Comcast-TWC will not fix America's Internet monopoly

While the Senate discusses the rising cost of cable TV, the real debate should be over how to provide fast, reliable, and affordable access to the Internet  More

Icahn settles with eBay over PayPal

Carl Icahn has dropped a shareholder proposal to split off part of PayPal.  More

Greek bonds fly off the shelves

Greece has issued new bonds to international investors for the first time since its economy collapsed four years ago, threatening to bring the euro down with it.  More

Ebay CEO talks about truce with Icahn

Ebay CEO John Donahoe says he talks with Carl Icahn 'on a periodic basis' and that they have agreed to keep PayPal part of Ebay in exchange for adding an independent board director.  Play

Jamie Dimon says Fed stimulus exit will be easy

The JPMorgan CEO says QE worked.  More

Jobless claims at lowest since 2007, but...

New claims for unemployment benefits suddenly plummeted last week. As much as we all want a miracle, this is probably just a statistical anomaly  More

Trade China stocks from Hong Kong

China has taken another step to open up its financial markets to the world by allowing investors in Hong Kong to trade shares on the Shanghai stock exchange.  More

Fed minutes: Triumph of the doves

Minutes of the Fed's March meeting show broad support for shifting the unemployment target  More

Robot surgeon stock in ICU

Intuitive Surgical, maker of the da Vinci robot surgeon, warned that sales would be weak and the stock tanked. But the company recently hit a 52-week high after the FDA approved its latest product.  Play

Cheers: Americans love Corona

Constellation Brands bought Mexican beer Corona. So far, it's paying off  More

Warren Buffett endorses Airbnb

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has reached out to Airbnb to give shareholders cheaper lodging alternatives for next month's annual meeting in Omaha.  More

Fear is driving the market again

CNNMoney's Fear and Greed index shows fear to be the driving factor in market sentiment, thanks to worries about the Fed, slowing earnings growth and concerns that stocks got too hot in 2013.  Play

When Wall Street becomes a landlord

First the pros snap up cheap houses. Then come new ways for you to invest in them. Be careful.  More

Make 30% in Africa's largest economy

Nigeria is now Africa's largest economy thanks to a long overdue 'rebasing' of GDP. Founder of Zenith Bank Group Jim Ovia discusses the risks and rewards of investing in the country.  Play

Regulators: Big banks must raise $68 billion to be considered safe

The Federal Reserve specifically cited "too big to fail" as a reason for the stricter rules.  More

Ally Financial says 'Thank you, taxpayers'

5 reasons to avoid buying Ally Financial when the U.S. Treasury sells part of its stake this week in an IPO  More

Does the wealthiest 0.1% really fear inflation?

Economists have been arguing for higher inflation targets. But richest 0.1% are likely not to blame for the failure to implement such policies.  More

A Nasdaq stock investors are hungry for

While the popular technology stocks in the Nasdaq have taken a beating lately , investors are happy to chow down on Kraft. There's nothing cheesy about its big dividend yield.  Play

Time for market panic? Depends who you ask...

Investment strategists have widely different views about market prospects, bubbles and Bitcoin  More

'Stocks are allowed to go down'

Scott Shellady, Senior Vice President at the Trean Group, doesn't see enough strength in the economy to support earnings and stocks right now.  Play

Deals of the day: Questcor Pharma agrees to $5.6 billion deal

To get deals in your inbox each morning, sign up for our Term Sheet newsletter.  More

Tech stocks may have more room to fall

Even with last week's drop in the Nasdaq, investors appear to be hoping for too much out of technology stocks.  More

Investors aren't bringing sexy back

Boring is back. Investors have bailed on hot momentum stocks. Now they want dividends  More

Why investors should fear the return of the buyback

Execs argue that buybacks are a sign of faith in a company's stock, but the data say investors should beware of firms purchasing its own shares.  More

Tech stock pullback not over yet

The Nasdaq has been hit hard lately. But after a nearly 40% pop in 2013, a real correction for tech and other momentum stocks may still be needed.  Play

Airbnb users share tips ... and the wealth

Airbnb may soon be worth $10 billion. That's more than Hyatt. Does the home and apartment sharing site live up to the hype? Top 'hosts' think so.  More

Stock experts say the bull isn't dead yet

Market experts are still bullish about stocks despite a rough start to the year, according to an exclusive survey by CNNMoney.  More

Brace yourself for ugly corporate earnings

After more than a year of earnings growth, investors are bracing for an ugly quarter. Cold weather and a strong dollar likely dragged profits down in the first three months of the year.  More

Weibo IPO to raise about $380 million

Chinese web phenomenon Weibo revealed IPO details late Friday as investors gear-up for more IPO madness  More

Transportation stocks: flying high

The Dow Industrials and Dow Transport Indexes hit records highs this week. A 130-year-old theory (from Charloes Dow) says this is very good news for the economy.  More

GrubHub IPO delivers: Up 31%

Shares of online take-out company GrubHub soar on their first day of trading. Investors appear to have an insatiable appetite for many IPOs.  More

GrubHub CEO talks about its tasty IPO

GrubHub CEO and co-founder Matt Maloney talks the company's IPO, its profitability, and goals for expansion in the market of takeout food.  Play

Boom times for the barbarians

Private equity firm Ares has filed to go public. It's a sign investors still love the Barbarians at the Gate. KKR, Apollo and Carlyle have done well since their IPOs.  More

Holder: U.S. probing high frequency trading

Attorney General Holder says that Justice is probing whether high frequency trading violates insider trading laws.  More

It's still a low and slow barbecue recovery

The latest jobs report confirms that the economy is still stuck in a painfully sluggish recovery that began in 2010. It's low and slow. Just like cooking meat on a barbecue.  Play

Jobs are recovering, but...

After a winter slowdown, the job market hit a milestone in March as the private sector finally recovered all the jobs lost in the 2008 financial crisis. So why doesn't it feel like a recovery?  More

WWE: the Ultimate SmackDown stock

World Wrestling Entertainment shares have surged this year on hopes about its new streaming video network. But is WWE overvalued?  More

Bill Gross loves money...and cats

Bond king Bill Gross dedicated his monthly investment letter to his cat.  More

Why Michael Lewis is wrong

All the hype about Michael Lewis' new book irritates the hell out of me. High-frequency trading isn't the enemy  More

Make high-speed trading illegal: Schwab

Brokerage firm founder suggests making high-frequency trading illegal.  More

Another bad chapter for Barnes & Noble

One of the troubled bookseller's biggest investors, Liberty Media, is cutting its stake. Bottom line: The Nook is in trouble.  More

Google's class divide

Google now offers investors two types of stock: One with voting rights and one without.  More

Netflix in trouble? Not so fast

Netflix's stock is down more than 20% from its record high. Shares may still be overvalued. But concerns about competition from Amazon and others are overblown.  Play

ECB considers Fed-style stimulus

Negative interest rates? Printing money? They're now both firmly on the agenda in Europe if prices remain weak over a long period of time.  More

Finally! I got a job

Six Americans share their success stories after being unemployed for months.  More

Most jobs pay under $20 an hour

America has over 130 million jobs. And a big chunk of them are in low-wage professions. 18 million jobs pay $10 or less an hour.  More

Why Amazon's Fire TV should scare the gaming industry

We saw what Amazon did to the publishing industry. Now it's going after video games.  More

Tesla stock climbs higher after reports of NJ ban appeal

The electric car company is fighting NJ's ban on direct car sales in the legislature and now, reportedly, in court. Under the current law, it must stop selling cars in NJ by April 15.  More

Former SEC head defends fast traders

Arthur Levitt says there is no evidence that suggests individuals are worse off because of high frequency trading.  More

End of era for Sears without Lands' End

Sears is still a poorly performing retailer. But the stock has bounced back sharply due to hopes for its upcoming Lands' End spin-off and other possible real estate plans.  Play

Automated ad exchange goes public

Digital advertising exchange Rubicon Project had a good first day of trading after its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. The CEO discusses the company and its culture.  Play

Forget the lottery. Invest in billionaire ETF?

iBillionaire is set to launch an ETF that tracks the picks of famous investors like Warren Buffett and George Soros. But should you buy it?  More

High-speed trading firm postpones IPO

Virtu Financial is reportedly delaying its IPO after the uproar over Michael Lewis' new book that criticizes high-frequency trading.  More

Jobs: Slow recovery from winter lull

The job market is slowly picking up after a 'deep winter slumber,' according to a report by payroll processing firm ADP.  More

3 cheap stock buyback plays

Firms gobbling up their own stock don't always care if their shares are cheap. You should.  More

Flash Boys face off: Michael Lewis on CNBC

High-frequency trading turned to high-frequency blows as Lewis and traders talked about his new book on CNBC  More

'Frozen' is cash machine for Disney

Disney's 'Frozen' melted hearts and is now the biggest animated movie of all-time. But its success goes beyond the box office.  More

GM stock is in the gutter. Time to buy?

Despite recent headlines and recalls, there's reason for optimism about GM  More

Google's 'evil' stock split

Remember when Google was a tech rebel? The company's upcoming stock split shows its transition to the dark side may be complete.  More

Ford shines while auto industry slumps

Shares of Ford rallied in the first quarter while GM's stock was hit hard by recall woes. But shares of Toyota and Honda are stuck in reverse as well.  Play

The ECB's hard call: More stimulus?

The euro is still relatively strong. But a recent slide makes it less clear what Mario Draghi and the ECB will do next.  More

Weibo to list on the Nasdaq

The Chinese version of Twitter will list on the Nasdaq when it goes public.  More

China tech firms on spending spree

China's tech companies are in the middle of an ambitious spending spree that will push the industry into new businesses.  More

Stocks: Signs of spring?

After a strong finish to an otherwise flat first quarter, markets look poised to begin April with a spring in their step.  More

Weibo's IPO: Rough sailing ahead?

China's Twitter faces real challenges heading into its IPO.  More

Wall Street responds to Michael Lewis' Flash Boys

The leading financial writer says U.S. markets are rigged in his latest book, "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt". High-frequency traders defend their tactics and won't give up without a fight  More

Busted for stealing wives' insider info

The SEC caught two husbands trading on their wives' secret business info  More

Ares Management files for IPO

Ares preps first IPO for a private equity firm in nearly two years.  More

Airlines no longer a laughing stock

All the major airlines -- including Delta, Southwest, and the 'new' American Airlines -- have had strong gains so far this year. Looks like consolidation is working for investors ... if not consumers.  Play

Michael Lewis: Markets are 'rigged'

The financial writer's new book, "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt" argues Wall Street is a rigged game.  More

Janet Yellen wants you to get a raise

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen believes the job market is 'in some ways .... tougher now than in any recession." She thinks wages need to be growing at a higher pace than they are.  More

Time to invest in Russia?

If you thought Vladimir Putin's annexation of Crimea was quick, just look at how fast investors have changed their tune on Russia.  More

Sheryl Sandberg's latest: 'Lean In for Grads'

Sheryl Sandberg's new book targeting graduates - and men - is out on April 8  More

CBS Outdoor shows billboards are hot

CBS Outdoor Americas CEO Jeremy Male discusses his company's first day as a public company and the decision to break away from its former parent company, CBS.  Play

Awful quarter for Best Buy and Staples

It's hard to be a brick-and-mortar retailer in the age of Amazon. Best Buy and Staples have tanked as investors worry about the 'showrooming' effect.  Play

Is the party over for small caps?

After a stellar 12 months, investors soured this week on the "little guys"  More

Y Combinator's YC VC may lose the actual VCs

Influential startup program Y Combinator is making a major change.  More

March stocks: In like a lion, out with whiplash

With the nasty winter weather (hopefully) behind us, investors are looking for strong economic data to bring markets out of their recent funk.  More

Things go from 'bad' to 'less bad' for BlackBerry

BlackBerry reported another loss. But investors seem excited about CEO John Chen's turnaround strategy.  More

Twitter may be the next MySpace

The little blue bird is bruised and battered. Twitter shares are tumbling this year after their hot IPO in November.  More

Wal-Mart sues Visa for $5 billion over 'swipe fees'

Wal-Mart files antitrust case against Visa, accusing it of price fixing on fees; seeks $15 billion in damages.  More

A tale of two megabanks: BofA vs. Citi

Bank of America shines, Citigroup stumbles in Fed stress tests  More

No downward dog for Lululemon stock

New Lululemon CEO promises 2014 will be year of "humility"  More

FireEye: Winner from Target data breach?

Cybersecurity firm FireEye is benefiting from company concerns after Target's data theft. Does the stock have more room to grow?  More

Honeymoon over for new BlackBerry CEO?

BlackBerry shares have enjoyed a solid start to 2014. But the stock fell Thursday after being downgraded to a 'sell.' With lackluster quarterly results expected Friday, is time running out for John Chen to turn around the company?  Play

It's not easy being 27

Only 28% of millennials have college degrees. Finding a job is still tough  More

McDonald's seeks to supersize its growth

The supersize chain looks for ways to beef up sales.  More

Economy continues its sub par recovery

The economic recovery cooled in the fourth quarter as Uncle Sam slowed spending. Mother Nature is holding back growth in early 2014.  More

Citi and four other banks stumble in Fed stress tests

The Fed approves the capital plans of 25 others. Goldman and Bank of America were forced to resubmit their capital plans.  More

Kickstarter backlash over Oculus overblown?

Some early Kickstarter backers of Oculus RV believe they've been double crossed  More

China bank hit by multi-day cash run

A bank run in an eastern Chinese province has highlighted the need for the central government to speed up financial reforms for greater stability.  More

Why a mean reversion would be mean to the stock market

If the benchmarks used to determine the value of securities were to suddenly reverse course, the "new normal" could soon be history.  More

Dish and DirecTV surge on merger reports

Shares of Dish Network and DirecTV rose Wednesday afternoon following reports that the two satellite television companies are discussing a possible merger.  More

Whoops! Stocks with Oculus name spike

Head scratcher: Two stocks with Oculus names soared Wednesday even though they have nothing to do with the firm Facebook acquired  More

King falls as investors sour on Candy Crush

Shares of King Digital entertainment, the maker of the wildly popular online game Candy Crush Saga, were lower in their market debut Wednesday.  More

No luck for slot machine maker IGT

Maybe the house doesn't always win. IGT shares tumbled after the slot machine maker issued an earnings warning and announced layoffs.  Play

Fed: Taxpayer subsidy for 'Too Big To Fail' banks? $8.5 billion

There's also been a big jump in the shadow banking system, which, if you're worried about large banks, is good news.  More

Facebook to buy virtual reality firm Oculus VR for $2 billion

Facebook announced that it would buy virtual reality firm Oculus VR for $2 billion.  More

One more reason not to spend your bitcoin

The IRS on Tuesday said that bitcoin will be taxed like property, creating another hurdle for its widespread use as a currency.  More

Malaysia Airlines may need government rescue

Even before Flight 370 disappeared, Malaysia Airlines was battling numerous financial problems. Now, the continuing search and aftermath of the lost plane could be the final straw for the troubled carrier, prompting questions of whether a government bailout is around the corner.  More

Aaron Levie owns more of Box than you think

Box CEO owns more than the 4.1% stake that is being widely reported.  More

Sexy is overrated. Dividends rule!

Investors have cooled on tech stocks in March. They're pouring money back into safe and boring companies  More

America's thorny affordable housing crisis

A new report argues that there are just 31 affordable housing units for every 100 families who need them. Addressing this problem raises more questions than it answers.  More

Exxon Mobil gets serious about climate risk

In a victory for environmentalists and activist shareholders, Exxon Mobil has agreed to release a report that details the risks of climate change to its business.  More

J.P. Morgan's Hunger Games

Few of J.P. Morgan's 'survivors' are still with the bank.  More

Sonic's stock booms

Drive-in restaurants are retro-cool. And thanks to strong earnings and a fun ad campaign, shares of Sonic have been on a tear lately. But is it overvalued?  Play

The sobering 'risk factors' of IPOs

14 IPOs are scheduled for this week, a sign of optimism on the Street. But make sure you look at the 'risk factors' before jumping on the craze. King Digital, maker of Candy Crush, had 24!  Play
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