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Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund is betting big on BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager.

Moelis & CompanyJefferies just hired a former Goldman Sachs partner for a big derivatives role. Berkshire Hathaway is setting its sights on a new target. And Betterment's 270,000 users can now message financial advisers through the app.

In markets news, the best-performing stock in the Dow this year is rallying on blockbuster earnings. An obscure market indicator could be very useful for investors. And hbond fund managers at PGIM up at night

shrinking its $4.5 trillion balance sheet

  • The Fed has become the dollar's "biggest problem
  • There's one thing the Fed could do to prove its critics wrong
  • Trump just added new suspense to the search for the next Fed chief
  • Check back here for the latest from the conclusion of the Fed's two-day policy meeting on Wednesday

Facebook will report earnings after the bell. Here's what you need to know:

  • Facebook's main source of revenue is slowing down, but that isn't spooking investors yet
  • Facebook traders are bursting with confidence heading into earnings
  • CITI: Alphabet's earnings are good news for Facebook
  • Check back here for the latest on Facebook's earnings

And in other tech news:

  • Here's how Time Inc. is telling employees that it's selling the magazines they work for
  • $13 BILLION HEDGE FUND: Jeff Bezos' deal for Whole Foods is "true genius"
  • Lyft's quarterly gross bookings now exceed $1 billion — and growth is outpacing arch-rival Uber
  • New Ford CEO: Silicon Valley may need Detroit more than it thinks
  • BTIG: Netflix is a "monster" that's just now "hitting escape velocity"
  • UBS: Tesla’s future will be decided at the Model 3 launch event
  • AMD: Cryptocurrency mining won't be a "long-term growth driver"

And in non-tech company news:

  • Coca-Cola beats, boosted by demand for healthier non-carbonated beverages
  • DR HORTON: Homes sales are booming
  • AT&T beats as phone subscriber cancellations fall to lowest in history

United Airlines is giving passengers one final chance to fly on a jumbo jet in America. Delta just unveiled a new plane that features totally private first class suites. And a Scandinavian airline will offer $99 round-trip flights to Europe.