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Concern has been growing over the German biotech's progress in bringing its Covid-19 vaccine to market.
Shares of social networking company Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) popped on Friday. The growth stock's gain was likely driven both by better-than-expected results from social media peer Snap (NYSE: SNAP) and an upgraded 12-month price target for Facebook shares. After market close on Thursday, Snapchat parent Snap provided an early indication of how digital advertising seems to have fared during the second quarter.
What happened Call it a "Reefer Madness" moment. In a flashback to the classic 1936 anti-drug film, marijuana investors got spooked today by news reports of health concerns among cannabis consumers -- and it's playing havoc with marijuana stocks.
The polysilicon producer's stock is seeing big swings following the recent Shanghai IPO for its subsidiary.
The S&P 500 is up roughly 15% across 2021's trading, but concerns related to the pandemic and inflation are also creating volatility. Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) has already disrupted the travel space, and its name is virtually synonymous with the short-term vacation rental category. Surging cases of the COVID-19 delta variant might be complicating the company's near-term outlook, but the long-term opportunity here remains very promising.
Netflix is an internet subscription video-on-demand distributor of movies and television shows worldwide (except China). Members have unlimited access to the Netflix content library for a fixed monthly subscription fee. The company also runs a DVD-by-mail rental business in the U.S. Netflix derives about 49% of its revenue from outside the U.S.
Myles Udland, Brian Sozzi, and Julie Hyman break down Boston Beer Company’s Q2 earnings, which missed estimates due to overestimating the demand of hard seltzer from consumers causing the company to lower full-year guidance.
Yahoo Finance Live breaks down the key takeaways from Thursday’s earnings reports for Snap, Twitter, American Express and Intel.
Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley breaks down Intel's Q2 earnings.
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Amid drastic changes to its business, Nokia (NYSE: NOK) continues to attract investor attention. Once the leading maker of mobile phones, it has redefined itself as a telecom equipment stock in the 5G era. Meme stocks do carry some potential for sharp upward moves that traders can capitalize on -- but can this telecom stock generate real wealth for long-term investors?
Yahoo Finance’s Jared Blikre reports on the day's trending tickers.
It's no secret why income-seeking investors gravitate toward real estate investment trusts (REITs). Because REITs are required by law to discharge at least 90% of their profits in the form of dividends, they're a cash cow that investors love to milk. Because so much of their earnings are devoted to dividends, very little is available to plow back into the business.
Snap's revenue, earnings, and user growth all surpassed analyst estimates -- and guidance looks promising, too.
Many investors choose to stay away from those companies that seem too much like longshots. If you belong to the latter group, here are two stocks that are a bit on the risky side, but could deliver huge gains if their respective prospects pan out: Planet 13 Holdings (OTC: PLNH.F) and Cassava Sciences (NASDAQ: SAVA). Cannabis enthusiasts can witness firsthand the company's cannabis production process, purchase various marijuana products, and relax in the restaurant located right inside.
The stock of space tourism pioneer Virgin Galactic Holdings (NYSE: SPCE) was rapidly falling back to Earth on Thursday, down 7.2% as of 2:30 p.m. EDT. "We weren't quite high enough," says one unsatisfied space tourist. In a post on LinkedIn, Stucky said he did not leave "on my own timeline" (i.e., he was fired).
The roller-coaster-like trajectory that has been Co-Diagnostics' (NASDAQ: CODX) stock price climbed another hill on Thursday. Co-Diagnostics announced that its CoPrimer diagnostics platform, which underpins testing products -- like its popular-for-obvious-reasons Logix Smart for COVID-19 -- has been granted a patent in South Korea. "We believe that this patent granted by South Korea provides additional validation of the uniqueness and versatility of the CoPrimer platform," the company quoted CEO Dwight Egan as saying.
AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC) has been experiencing a major sell-off in the last month. Indeed, AMC stock is down by over 30% during that time. The decrease in AMC's stock price has the trader group encouraging each other to buy the dip.
If the future of the energy industry has you worried, here are three dividend stocks that might suit you better.
Share of Nikola Corp. shed 2.7% in morning trading Friday, after the electric vehicle maker disclosed the offering of 1.68 million shares by selling stockholders. In and S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Thursday, Quasar Energy Partners LLC, Philipp Brothers Fertilizer LLC and Little Brothers LLC are selling off their entire stakes in Nio, totaling 1,682,267 shares, representing 0.4% of the shares outstanding and valued at $77.5 million at Thursday's closing price of $4
It seems like a long time ago that Inovio Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: INO) was considered a leader in the race to develop an effective coronavirus vaccine. Unsurprisingly, investors mostly gave up on Inovio, and its shares have lost more than half their value in the past 12 months. Inovio hasn't given up on its COVID-19 vaccine program, but the biotech can't conduct a phase 3 clinical trial for INO-4800 in the U.S. at the moment.