The $37 billion Grayscale Bitcoin Trust has fallen far behind gains in Bitcoin itself. It owns Bitcoin directly, rather than through futures contracts, but that's not the problem.
Releasing 50 million barrels from the US's Strategic Petroleum Reserve in a world where daily demand is 100 million doesn't do much.
Investors often confuse blockchain with bitcoin. This confusion carries over into ETFs. How do blockchain ETFs and bitcoin ETFs differ?
Miners, hashes, keys, cold storage, blocks...it's confusing. We can help you understand how Bitcoin works.
The EU's answer to EDGAR used by companies in the United States for mandatory filings, ESAP is due to go live in 2024, and operated by the EU's securities watchdog ESMA. It will collect filings from national bodies in the bloc to give investors a free, single point of information on listed companies and EU financial products. Given so few have been set up, the rules for ELTIFs, which channel funds to smaller companies, will be made more flexible to give access to retail investors and ease marketing requirements on professional investors.
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Canadian pot producers Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ: ACB) and Canopy Growth (NASDAQ: CGC) have been rivals for years. For the period ending Sept. 30, Canopy Growth reported revenue of 131.4 million Canadian dollars ($104 million). The company noted "continued price compression" in the Canadian market and more competition in international markets as some of the reasons its revenue hasn't been particularly strong of late.
Wall Street skidded lower on Black Friday as investors reacted to fresh travel bans related to a variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 called B.1.1.529, that has been identified in South Africa.
Buffett is taking profits off the table. It might be time to do the opposite.
In this article, we discuss the 10 stocks that top hedge funds are selling. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to Top Hedge Funds are Selling These 5 Stocks. Despite rising inflation and supply chain problems that have wreaked havoc with the United States economy in the past […]
CEO Arvind Krishna is taking a page from Microsoft’s hugely successful playbook, doubling down on the cloud and artificial intelligence.
Stifel Chief Equity Strategist Barry Bannister joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the investor implications of a newly discovered COVID-19 variant as we enter the second winter of the pandemic.
Fears of the new Omicron Covid variant slammed the stock market Friday. Here's what investors should do now. Li Auto earnings are on tap.
Shares of Boeing (NYSE: BA) fell out of bed Friday, dropping 6.5% by 9:40 a.m. ET after Reuters reported the company might be out of the running to sell Canada new fighter jets. For more than a decade, Canada has been weighing the merits of buying F-35 stealth fighter jets from Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) to replace the aging CF-18 jet fighters that currently make up the bulk of its fleet.
It’s exactly what investors didn’t want to hear as we close in on two years since the pandemic first reared its ugly head in China. A team at Saxo Bank advises traders to “tread with extreme care, given that near term volatility risks are extreme on the unfortunate timing, particularly giving the sudden shift in focus that this news brings relative to recent themes and current market positioning.” The one mercy for Friday is that it’s a shorter session for Wall Street.
While prices could spiral out of control, demanding a hawkish response from the Federal Reserve, it is more likely the central bank won’t be able to hike rates next year, given the economy’s frailty.
Nio is a Chinese stock, and that's just one of the reasons investors in the EV maker are worried.
The Dow Jones suffered its worst day of 2021 amid new Covid fears. Moderna stock popped. A Warren Buffett stock rebounded higher.
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As part of its corporate reset, IBM has spun off its low-margin services business. Why investors should steer clear.
Investment bank Wedbush is reporting this morning that despite chip deficits and supply chain hurdles, the tech giant is on pace to sell 10 million iPhones this Black Friday weekend. As The Fly reports this morning, Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives is "seeing shortages in many Apple stores" -- which sounds like bad news, but is actually more evidence that Apple's iPhones are selling like proverbial hotcakes. In fact, according to the analyst, "10 million iPhones" could be just the beginning of the good news; through Christmas, Ives thinks Apple could move as many as 40 million units.