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Yahoo Finance Live anchors break down how cruise stocks are performing as Morgan Stanley slashes Carnival Cruise Line’s price target.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors break down JP Morgan Chase’s recession forecast.
Ford is trying to rebound, recently sold part of its Rivian stake and increased investments in EV production. Should you buy Ford stock now?
In this article, we discuss the 8 value stocks that Jim Cramer is warning about. If you want to read about some more value stocks that Jim Cramer is warning about, go directly to Jim Cramer is Warning About These 4 Value Stocks. As inflation numbers continue to add to the concerns around economic growth […]
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Ford Motor is preparing new rules for how it sells electric vehicles, a shift that is concerning some dealers and seen as challenging the traditional franchise model.
Stock splits are all the rage these days, with several prominent companies resorting to this move over the past few months. Let's consider two of them: DexCom (NASDAQ: DXCM) and Shopify (NYSE: SHOP). Medical devices specialist DexCom announced a 4-for-1 stock split in March, which it completed on June 10.
Amazon Web Services just might be the most valuable business on Earth. Clearly, the optimistic view of the long-term potential of AWS isn’t reflected in the current valuation for Amazon.com stock (ticker: AMZN), which has fallen 35% so far this year and more than 40% since its November peak. Now valued at about $1.1 trillion, Amazon shares have been hurt by a combination of factors which go well beyond the general market malaise.
In this article, we will be taking a look at 10 extreme dividend stocks with upside potential. To skip our detailed analysis of dividend investing, you can go directly to see the 5 Extreme Dividend Stocks with Upside Potential. Dividend investing has been an attractive prospect for individual investors and hedge funds alike for many years. […]
Shares of the artificial intelligence lending platform Upstart Holdings (NASDAQ: UPST) plummeted this morning after an analyst downgraded the company's stock and drastically cut his price target for its shares. Morgan Stanley analyst James Faucette downgraded Upstart's shares from equal weight to underweight and slashed his price target for the stock from $88 down to $19. Today's comments from Faucette add to a general pessimism that some investors have had toward Upstart over the past year.
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Schiff publicly predicted the great financial crash of 2008. Will he be right again?
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.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said layoffs were coming, and new reports suggest they have just come down within an important division.
Storch Advisors CEO, and former CEO of Toys R Us and Hudson’s Bay, Gerald Storch sits down with Yahoo Finance Live to break down Bed Bath & Beyond's unraveling after a Q1 earnings miss and the dismissal of its CEO, its pandemic-era business, and the outlook of the retail industry.
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?
As investors digest Kellogg's decision to split the food conglomerate into three separate companies, the next question on analysts' minds — who's next?