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Southwest Air said it's adopting federal rules, which mandate that federal contractors be vaccinated.
This super-investor says the market is due for a historic decline. It's time to listen.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk warned employees the company should not spend irresponsibly in the fourth quarter delivery rush. The reason seems sensible.
Here’s some really good news: More Americans have a cool $1 million or more in their retirement accounts than ever before. The Boston-based investment giant says the number of 401(k) accounts with seven-figure balances swelled 84% in the 12 months ended June 30 to 412,000, while the number of seven-figure IRAs jumped more than 64% to 341,600.
One EV company that’s been flying under the radar, that is until it had big news at this year’s Los Angeles Auto show - is Fisker Inc. Founded and run by legendary automotive designer Henrik Fisker, unveiled the production version of its Ocean EV SUV.
The wealthiest dynasties have seen many bitter battles over power and inheritance.
The markets are likely to see high periods of volatility as investors assess the economic damage from the Omicron variant. Here's more on that impact and other top news on Monday, November 29, 2021.
Capital gains taxes on real estate and property can be reduced when you sell your home, up to certain tax limits, if you meet the requirements.
This seven-digit figure is big news to investors, but it's unlikely to sway SHIB's real-world application.
The company’s artificial intelligence platform, known as Watson, went on Jeopardy! “I, for one, welcome our new computer overlords,” Jennings, who once won 74 Jeopardy! The stunt turned Watson into a household name, and raised expectations for the societal and financial impact of IBM’s AI business.
Nvidia has warned for the first time that it is at risk of losing a $1.25bn (£950m) downpayment for the British microchip designer Arm if regulators persist in holding up the deal.
The technology powering virtual reality (VR) experiences has significantly improved in recent years. This technology is powering real-world applications like virtual walkthroughs of buildings and products still on the drawing board, or collaborations with colleagues in a virtual meeting room. Facebook has made a big splash into this new "metaverse" by changing its name to Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: FB), but that's not the only way to play this trend as an investor.
These two companies possess strong franchises and are latching on to sustainable trends to grow their business.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Li Auto reports $1.21 billion in third-quarter sales. Wall Street was looking for $1.13 billion.
Wall Street analysts set stock price targets and provide detailed insights on companies. This recently happened to Crowdstrike (NASDAQ: CRWD) after Morgan Stanley initiated coverage at underweight, sending shares tumbling more than 10%. Crowdstrike provides cloud-native endpoint security software.
Global markets came under pressure after a new Covid-19 variant was identified in South Africa. The knee jerk reaction was a market wide sell-off, with travel and hospitality stocks being worst affected. The other knee jerk reaction was a spike in the prices of vaccine producers Moderna, Inc. (NASDAQ:MRNA), Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) and BioNTech (NASDAQ: BNTX). After Moderna’s share price gained more than 20% on Friday we decided to investigate the opportunity the share may offer.
‘I’m not clear, and I usually am, on whether or not I’m being hustled,’ says comedian
Electric vehicle sales are skyrocketing, and companies that produce charging infrastructure are scrambling to meet the soaring demand
Last December, I compared two of the market's hottest semiconductor stocks: Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). At the time, I said AMD was a better buy than Nvidia because I believed it was better insulated from macro headwinds, it would benefit from the arrivals of the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles, and it would continue to grow its market share against Intel (NASDAQ: INTC).
China's Li Auto reported mixed Q3 results, but sees strong Q4 revenue and deliveries. Li Auto stock jumped, flashing at least an early entry.
New technology allows you to get in on the ground floor alongside the billionaire.