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Wall Street is off to a winning start this month, with Dow futures increasing about 0.7% this morning. And, although the world’s largest digital currency has fallen 44% since its $65,000 high in April, it was trading around $36,000 on Tuesday.

And after an investment firm scooped up 8 million shares of AMC Entertainment, the company saw an increase of 17% during premarket trading today.

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden will travel to Oklahoma today to memorialize 100 years since the Tulsa massacre. During his remarks, he is expected to speak to his plans for narrowing the racial wealth gap.

And as Tesla prices increase, CEO Elon Musk is explaining himself on Twitter.

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Only President Joe Biden would use the 153rd National Memorial Day Observance address as a political platform. During his speech, he alluded to America’s recent “battle” involving “our worst instincts” and “greed.”

He described his vision of democracy as “a way of being; it’s a way of seeing the world.”

“The lives of billions, from antiquity to our own hour, have been shaped by the battle between aspirations of the many and the greed of the few. Between people’s right to self-determination and the self-seeking of the dictator. Between dreams of democracy and appetites for autocracy, which we’re seeing around the world. Our troops have fought this battle on fields around the world, but also the battle of our time. And the mission falls to each of us, each and every day. Democracy itself is in peril, here at home and around the world.”

What else did Biden say during his speech yesterday, and did he spend any time actually honoring the fallen heroes?

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