Let's take a technical follow-up look at MDB -- and give a word of caution on this software name.
Executives at electric car marker Tesla, drug maker Novartis and retailer Bed Bath and Beyond are cutting spending or jobs while others are shelving projects or deals as inflation rages and confidence in the world economy wanes. Manufacturing growth is slowing worldwide as China's COVID-19 curbs and Russia's invasion of Ukraine disrupt supply chains and keep inflation at the highest in years, while the growing risk of a U.S. recession poses a new threat to the global economy. More companies are now taking early action to help them weather any downturn, a preview that more drastic cuts may loom when earnings reports pour in next month.
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The semiconductor sector has lost more than one-third of its value this year, but a BofA Global Research analyst says the pain isn't over for investors.
NVDA moves down, so let's check the charts -- and see why we should take too much bearishness with a grain of salt.
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Yahoo Finance Live anchors break down JP Morgan Chase’s recession forecast.
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Bitcoin was trading below US$20,000 in late morning trade in Asia on Thursday as reports of a court-ordered liquidation of Three Arrows Capital (3AC) added to fears of a contagion in crypto. See related article: Three Arrows Capital lines up for liquidation Fast facts The world’s largest cryptocurrency fell to as low as US$19,937.79 in […]
Schiff publicly predicted the great financial crash of 2008. Will he be right again?
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Hotshot investor Cathie Wood, chief executive of Ark Investment Management, has said repeatedly in recent weeks that we're headed for disinflation soon. Consumer prices soared 8.6% in the 12 months through May, a 40-year high. "We were wrong on one thing and that was inflation being as sustained as it has been," Wood told CNBC.
The semiconductor manufacturer is going through a difficult time marked by questions about the demand for its graphics cards.
Micron is set to report earnings on Thursday after the close, but the stock sits on critical support. Will it hold or will it fold?
The Dow Jones fell as inflation fears rose. A Warren Buffett stock rose after Berkshire Hathaway raised its stake. Nike and Apple stock fell.
Carnival stock was tumbling Wednesday after Morgan Stanley cut its price target to a Wall Street-low, saying it sees the case for a stock wipeout. Morgan Stanley analysts slashed their base case price target to $7, according to Bloomberg, and maintained an Underweight rating on the stock. In a worst, or “bear case” scenario, Carnival’s (ticker: CCL ) price could reach zero, they added.
Taco Bell said it's testing two new menu items, both of which feature an oversized Cheez-It cracker.