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By William White, InvestorPlace Writer Oct 21, 2021, 7:26 am EDT October 21, 2021

Good morning, investor! We’re getting right into the swing of things today with a look at the biggest pre-market stock movers for Thursday!

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News moving shares this morning include an acquisition, clinical trial data, several earnings reports, and more.

Let’s dive into those pre-market stock movers below!

Pre-Market Stock Movers: 10 Top Gainers

  • TriState Capital Holdings (NASDAQ:TSC) stock is soaring more than 25% on news that Raymond James Financial (NYSE:RJF) is acquiring the company.
  • NextPlay Technologies (NASDAQ:NXTP) shares are rising over 22% with the release of its fiscal Q2 2022 earnings report.
  • Fangdd Network Group (NASDAQ:DUO) stock is surging nearly 21% despite a lack of news this morning.
  • InnSuites Hospitality (NYSEAMERICAN:IHT) shares are climbing more than 19% thanks to its fiscal second quarter of 2022 earnings report.
  • Digital World Acquisition (NASDAQ:DWAC) stock is jumping almost 17% on news that former President Donald Trump use the SPAC to take a social media company public.
  • Roivant Sciences (NASDAQ:ROIV) shares are increasing over 15% amid social media chatter.
  • Sio Gene Therapies (NASDAQ:SIOX) stock is gaining 13% after announcing positive data from a Phase1/2 clinical trial.
  • Sesen Bio (NASDAQ:SESN) shares are getting a more than 12% boost as it continues positive movement from FDA news yesterday.
  • Euro Tech (NASDAQ:CLWT) stock is up over 12% with the release of the company’s most recent earnings report.
  • Dunxin Financial (NYSEAMERICAN:DXF) shares are sitting more than 8% higher on no apparent news today.
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  • RiverNorth Opportunities Fund, Inc. Rights (NASDAQ:RIVR) are diving over 35% this morning.
  • Vicinity Motor (NASDAQ:VEV) stock is taking a more than 9% beating as it continues a recent downward trend.
  • Puhui Wealth Investment (NASDAQ:PHCF) shares are dropping over 8% after gaining on Wednesday.
  • ADMA Biologics (NASDAQ:ADMA) stock is slipping more than 7% after announcing a proposed public stock offering.
  • CooTek (NYSE:CTK) shares are falling over 6% following a rally yesterday.
  • TechnipFMC (NYSE:FTI) stock is dipping roughly 6% after releasing its earnings report for the third quarter of 2021.
  • Camber Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:CEI) shares are decreasing more than 5% after the meme stock rallied on Wednesday.
  • ABB (NYSE:ABB) stock is declining over 5% following the release of its Q3 2021 earnings report.
  • Direxion Daily MSCI Brazil Bull 2X Shares (NYSEARCA:BRZU) are losing more than 5% of their value this morning.
  • HighPeak Energy (NASDAQ:HPK) stock closes out our pre-market stock movers down almost 5% after announcing a public stock offering.
  • On the date of publication, William White did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the InvestorPlace.com Publishing Guidelines.

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    Today’s Biggest Pre-Market Stock Movers: 10 Top Gainers and Losers on Thursday

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    Today’s Biggest Pre-Market Stock Movers: 10 Top Gainers and Losers on Thursday

    By William White Oct 21, 2021

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    Some investors are putting more money into cryptocurrencies than stocks

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    Investors who are bullish on cryptocurrencies are betting more on the digital assets than stocks.

    In September, crypto investors put an average of $263 into accounts dedicated to coins, more than the average $250 they put in traditional brokerages during the month, according to a recent survey from Cardify.

    “Month over month, the amount that users are putting into either crypto or traditional investments have shifted,” said Amber Foucault, head of product at Cardify. So far this year, nearly 25% of the money that investors are putting away is going to cryptocurrencies, a big jump from 5% last year, she added.

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    Many of the volatile assets have seen solid performance in recent days. On Wednesday, bitcoin jumped more than 4% to top $66,893.22, an all-time high for the cryptocurrency. The digital asset is up about 130% year to date.

    The asset price was supported by the Tuesday launch of the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF, which tracks bitcoin futures. Other cryptocurrencies have also risen on the positive sentiment. Ethereum jumped about 7% Wednesday to $4,087. XRP and Cardano also gained Wednesday.

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    The shift towards favoring cryptocurrency over stocks is being driven by novice investors — 70% of those surveyed have been trading the assets for less than a year, according to Cardify.

    Most cryptocurrency investors surveyed wouldn’t consider themselves experts on the digital assets, possibly because some of them are new to the game. A majority said that they only have a limited or moderate understanding of cryptocurrency, despite putting money into different coins.

    “It’s a little scary because we’ve got this whole economic underbelly that’s literally built on FOMO [fear of missing out],” said Foucault, adding that Cardify can see an influx of investment in cryptocurrency when there’s a spike in social media mentions, such as when Elon Musk hosted NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” on May 8.

    Generally, financial experts would advise new investors to do their due diligence before jumping into a risky asset.

    “If you’re seeing what’s going on and you find it exciting but don’t know enough about it to make a decision, continue to educate yourself,” said Douglas Boneparth, certified financial planner and president of Bone Fide Wealth in New York. “Don’t be discouraged; take it as an opportunity to learn more about it to see if it makes sense to you.”

    In September, crypto investors put an average of $263 into accounts dedicated to coins, more than the average $250 they put in traditional brokerages during the month, according to a recent survey from Cardify.

    Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/20/some-investors-putting-more-money-into-cryptocurrencies-than-stocks.html

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    2022 is shaping up to be a bad year for the stock market as investors grapple with these 3 ‘shocks,’ BofA says

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    • The stock market’s strong gains so far this year are unlikely to see a repeat in 2022, BofA said in a note on Friday.
    • Rising interest rates represent the third “shock” that will cause a surge in volatility and ding stock prices, according to the note.
    • “We are on the cusp of a policy pivot from pro-growth to anti-inflation,” BofA said.
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    2022 is shaping up to be a difficult year for the stock market as the Federal Reserve prepares to make a policy pivot, Bank of America said in a note on Friday.

    Investors shouldn’t expect the near 20% year-to-date gains in stocks repeat next year due to a “rates shock” that will occur when the Fed is forced to raise interest rates sooner than expected, according to the note.

    Rising interest rates will represent the third “shock” investors have had to deal with over the past three years. While a growth shock turned stocks into winners in 2020, an inflation shock this year led to a surge in commodity prices, which will make it even more difficult for the Fed to avoid making a policy change next year, according to BofA.

    “Bear case is pandemic ending and so is $30 trillion of emergency policy stimulus,” BofA said, referencing the liquidity provided by global central banks since the pandemic began. The bank pointed to three catalysts that give it confidence the Fed will raise interest rates next year instead of waiting until 2023 like most investors expect.

    1. “Powell re-nomination triggers more hawkish Fed rhetoric.” Jerome Powell’s current term as Fed Chairman ends in February.

    2. “Payroll recovers,” meaning the economy no longer needs near-zero interest rates as stimulus.

    3. “Wage and rent inflation remains elevated,” which can be combated with higher interest rates.

    “We are on the cusp of a policy pivot from pro-growth to anti-inflation, [and a] policy mistake has already happened,” BofA said, inferring that the Fed is behind the curve and should have already been reducing its stimulus programs.

    The Fed has signaled that it plans to end its $120 billion monthly bond buying program by the middle of next year with a monthly tapering.

    But despite the bleak outlook for 2022, investors shouldn’t sell their stocks just yet.

    Instead, investors should wait to sell stock after an expected year-end rally due to already bearish investor positioning. “More bearish Wall St positioning reflects concerns [about] inflation and China, [which] supports a typical year-end rally. We say sell it,” BofA said.

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    Investors shouldn’t expect the near 20% year-to-date gains in stocks repeat next year due to a “rates shock” that will occur when the Fed is forced to raise interest rates sooner than expected, according to the note.

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    Economics Professor Warns ‘Cryptocurrencies May Contribute to Monetary and Financial Instability’ – Economics Bitcoin News

    Cornell University’s professor of economics and former head of the IMF’s China division, Eswar Prasad, has warned that “Cryptocurrencies may contribute to monetary and financial instability.” He added that the risk is amplified if the industry is unregulated and lacks investor protection.

    Economist Sees Crypto Posing Risks to Financial Stability

    Eswar Prasad, the Nandlal P. Tolani Senior Professor of Trade Policy and professor of economics at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, shared his view on cryptocurrency in an interview with CNBC, published Wednesday.

    Prasad is also a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he holds the New Century Chair in International Economics, and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He was previously chief of the Financial Studies Division in the research department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and head of the IMF’s China division.

    He said:

    Cryptocurrencies may contribute to monetary and financial instability, especially if they were to spawn a large and unregulated financial system that lacks investor protection.

    His statement echoes a report recently published by the IMF cautioning that the rising popularity of cryptocurrency could pose a threat to financial stability. Moreover, the deputy governor of the Bank of England, Jon Cunliffe, said this week that regulation is urgently needed since the crypto industry is growing rapidly, and there are some “very good reasons” to think that it could pose risks to the country’s financial stability in the future, even though the risks are currently limited.

    Professor Prasad was also asked how cryptocurrencies could widen economic inequality. “Cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology hold out the promise of democratizing finance by making digital payments and other financial products and services easily accessible to the masses,” he replied. “But because of existing inequalities in digital access and financial literacy, they could end up worsening inequality.”

    In addition, he emphasized that “any financial risks arising from investing in cryptocurrencies and related products might end up falling especially heavily on naïve retail investors.”

    The Cornell professor of economics also discussed central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), stating:

    I think central bank digital currencies are the way of the future. But every central bank will want to make sure that its money is not used for illicit purposes, so transactions will be auditable and traceable.

    However, Prasad noted that “if every payment you make, including for a cup of coffee or for a sandwich, can be seen by a government agency, that’s an uncomfortable proposition.” The economist concluded: “You could, in a more dystopian world, have the government deciding what sort of goods and services its money can be used for.”

    Do you agree with the economics professor? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Cryptocurrencies may contribute to monetary and financial instability, especially if they were to spawn a large and unregulated financial system that lacks investor protection.

    Source: https://cryptoshameless.com/2021/10/economics-professor-warns-cryptocurrencies-may-contribute-to-monetary-and-financial-instability-economics-bitcoin-news/

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    Reason: At the Request of the Company Pending News

    Halt Time (ET): 10:11 AM

    IIROC can make a decision to impose a temporary suspension (halt) of trading in a security of a publicly-listed company. Trading halts are implemented to ensure a fair and orderly market. IIROC is the national self-regulatory organization which oversees all investment dealers and trading activity on debt and equity marketplaces in Canada.

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    Cryptocurrencies could lead to financial instability, author warns

    By redistributing power away from the government and Wall Street and to the people, cryptocurrency will democratize finance, enthusiasts of the digital money say.

    Economist Eswar Prasad, however, foresees a more complicated and, at times, dangerous reality.

    In Prasad’s telling, bitcoin is likely one long-lasting bubble, and digital money could leave the government with more control than ever, while making wealth inequality much worse. He sees other risks, too.

    “Cryptocurrencies may contribute to monetary and financial instability, especially if they were to spawn a large and unregulated financial system that lacks investor protection,” he said.

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    CNBC spoke with Prasad, an economics professor at Cornell University and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, about the predictions in his new book, The Future of Money, published by Harvard University Press. The exchange has been edited and condensed for clarity.

    Annie Nova: What does the emergence of cryptocurrencies tells us about what we want from money?

    Eswar Prasad: There’s a sense that the way the financial system is set up right now favors those who are already wealthy, that a lot of the investment opportunities are only available to them. And I think there is a desire to level the playing field. Cryptocurrencies could allow you to undertake transactions without, say, having to go to a financial institution. And how much money you have doesn’t matter, at least in principle.

    AN: What do you think will happen to cash?

    EP: I think the convenience of digital payments will win out over cash. It’s already happening: There are rich countries like Sweden where cash is barely used anymore. Likewise, in China and India, the use of cash is plunging very fast.

    AN: You write about how Facebook is soon coming out with its own cryptocurrency, Diem, and then there’s already Amazon Coins. What are some of the concerns about private companies issuing their own money?

    EP: There are many. Maybe Facebook will just say, “Well, I don’t need to have my currency backed up by U.S. dollars anymore. I can just start issuing it.” And then you could have privately issued currencies in direct competition with the U.S. central bank’s money. Then we get into all sorts of worrying terrains because now Facebook would have, you know, visibility not just into our social lives, but all aspects of our financial lives.

    (Editor’s note: Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.)

    AN: A lot of people talk about bitcoin as a bubble, but it’s been around since 2009. That seems like a long bubble.

    EP: History gives us many, many examples of speculative manias that have lasted for a long time. And it’s worth remembering that while bitcoin has been around since 2009, the real jump in its value took place only in the last three to four years. But whatever happens to bitcoin’s value, I think it’s going to leave a very important legacy. It’s stoking a fire under central banks to start issuing their own digital currencies.

    AN: You write that digital money could give the government an additional instrument of control over citizens. How so?

    EP: I think central bank digital currencies are the way of the future. But every central bank will want to make sure that its money is not used for illicit purposes, so transactions will be auditable and traceable. And if every payment you make, including for a cup of coffee or for a sandwich, can be seen by a government agency, that’s an uncomfortable proposition. You could, in a more dystopian world, have the government deciding what sort of goods and services its money can be used for.

    AN: How could cryptocurrencies widen economic inequality?

    EP: Cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology hold out the promise of democratizing finance by making digital payments and other financial products and services easily accessible to the masses. But because of existing inequalities in digital access and financial literacy, they could end up worsening inequality. In particular, any financial risks arising from investing in cryptocurrencies and related products might end up falling especially heavily on naïve retail investors.

    “Cryptocurrencies may contribute to monetary and financial instability, especially if they were to spawn a large and unregulated financial system that lacks investor protection,” he said.

    Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/13/cryptocurrencies-could-lead-to-financial-instability-author-warns.html

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