Bond yields and stocks fell at the end of a grueling first half and as investors considered updated readings on consumer spending and inflation.
Veru Inc. (VERU) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -55.56% and 42.36%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2022. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Pan American Silver (PAAS) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -121.43% and 16.21%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2022. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Persistent supply issues have deflated expectations for the Chinese automaker
The latest analyst coverage could presage a bad day for Novavax, Inc. ( NASDAQ:NVAX ), with the analysts making...
Let’s talk about electric vehicles (EVs) and their batteries. The high price of gasoline – still up about $2 since President Biden took office – has boosted interest in EVs. Greater customer curiosity will lead naturally to higher demand, and now we get to batteries, and lithium. Lithium is a metallic element essential in the construction of high-voltage battery systems, and every EV built needs an average of 8 kilos of the metal. Industry experts are saying that lithium demand will far outstrip
EV leader Tesla had indicated in January that it would not introduce a new vehicle on the market in 2022.
The last few years saw the markets go crazy. Between the COVID lockdowns and market crash, the rebound recovery, last year’s sustained bull run, and this year’s devastating first half that saw the bull turn into a bear. But in all of that, there have been stocks that have outperformed the market. These winning stocks have attracted attention from Jim Cramer, the well-known host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ program. Among other things, Cramer has been following stocks which won big during the COVID cris
Among the dozens of stocks to enact splits this year are two industry leaders that scream value and one cash-rich company that's clobbering its shareholders.
Smart investors shouldn't be concerned about stock splits. Instead, they should concentrate on a company's fundamentals.
Like the telecom industry's other two stalwarts, it wasn't ready for this new competition that didn't exist a few years ago.
The mercurial stock is down after earnings, but there is still plenty of reason for optimism for long-term investors.
Choosing stocks that can weather the storm and do well afterward, too, are the kinds of companies we should seek out, and the following trio of top tech stocks should outperform no matter what the market throws at it. Having shed its Warner Media division into the newly reconstituted Warner Bros Discovery in April, AT&T (NYSE: T) is now able to focus solely on its telecom operations and the rollout of its 5G network that will provide the industry with its next wave of growth. Although AT&T says it's not immune from the recessionary impacts affecting the broader economy, it's capable of managing through them and investing for the long-term benefit of customers and investors.
The latest analyst coverage could presage a bad day for Vertex Energy, Inc. ( NASDAQ:VTNR ), with the analysts making...
Potential Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc. ( NASDAQ:WBD ) shareholders may wish to note that the Independent Director...
Four years after Siga Technologies (Nasdaq: SIGA) gained approval for a smallpox drug, the Corvallis company is gearing up to get the same antiviral into a clinical trial for monkeypox. Tpoxx, also known as tecovirimat, is the only drug available to treat the virus, though it is not yet approved in the U.S. for the disease. The Food and Drug Administration designated Tpoxx as an investigational drug for monkeypox, allowing it to be released from the Strategic National Stockpile only after prescribers jump through considerable hoops.
Yahoo Finance reporter Allie Canal details Disney's latest earnings report, how Disney+ surpassed Netflix in subscribers, and how it plans to raise its streaming prices.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss second-quarter earnings for Six Flags.
Shareholders in Lemonade, Inc. ( NYSE:LMND ) may be thrilled to learn that the analysts have just delivered a major...
The rise in the cost of living cooled in July, but not for grocery prices. The price of consumer goods and services was steady in July from the previous month, as the Labor Department said Wednesday. In July, the inflation rate compared to a year ago was 8.5%, lower than 9.1% in June, a 41-year record, helped by lower prices in energy.
We have narrowed our search to five lithium producers. These are: ALB, LTHM, PLL, LAC and SQM.