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- For HOOD, its 30 day story count is now at 21.
- Over the past 4 days, the trend for HOOD's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 16.
- COIN, IRS and LAW are the most mentioned tickers in articles about HOOD.
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Below are the latest news stories about ROBINHOOD MARKETS INC that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate HOOD as an investment opportunity.
Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) went public at $38 per share last July, and the online brokerage's stock closed at an all-time high of $70.39 less than a week later. According to several recent media reports, the SEC will stop short of banning all PFOF trades, but it could still take unspecified steps to limit their profitability. Does this positive development indicate it's finally safe to buy Robinhood's stock?
Crypto markets are down sharply after Fed Chair Jerome Powell and JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon both voiced regulatory concerns earlier this week.
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What to watch in markets on Friday, September 23, 2022.
Shares of Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) and Virtu Financial (NASDAQ: VIRT) surged in pre-market trading on Thursday after a Bloomberg Law report that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will not ban Payment-for-Order-Flow (PFOF). The report stated that this will be counted as a win for brokerages like HOOD and VIRTU that "get paid for processing rights." More details to follow soon.
HOOD stock jumped out of the gate today because regulators might not outlaw a key part of Robinhood's business model.
Amprius (AMPX) stock is on the move Thursday as investors wonder if it could be the next big short squeeze after its recent public debut.
AMC Entertainment (AMC, APE) stock is slipping today as investors react to news of the SEC is not banning payment for order flow (PFOF).
Robinhood Markets may be getting a reprieve from regulators, according to a report saying that the Securities and Exchange Commission may not implement a ban on payment for order flow. Payment for order flow is a compensation structure widely used by brokerages like Robinhood (ticker: HOOD ) to process retail stock trades. It typically involves one brokerage routing trade orders to another firm for execution in exchange for payments, instead of directly to the stock exchanges.
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