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Futures fell ahead of a key inflation report. On Wednesday, the S&P 500 jumped above the 200-day line on Fed chief Powell's comments.
For the past couple of months or so, the markets have mostly been trending upwards. However, such has been the strength of 2022’s inflation-driven/interest-rate-hiking environment that all the major indexes are still showing year-to date losses. As a result, most portfolios are painted some shade of red. But not all have been tarnished with the same stock market brush. As is always the case, some have gone against the grain and have managed to completely sidestep the bear and exhibit some very r
Yahoo Finance Live checks out Xpeng shares following the EV developer's latest earnings report and production figures.
Most S&P 500 investors got a little gain this month. But investors willing to look off the beaten path found huge gains.
Credit Suisse shares fell to a fresh record low on Thursday approaching the offer price of the 2.24 billion Swiss francs ($2.37 billion) rights issue the loss-making bank needs to help stabilise its finances. The rights issue, which is part of a broader capital raise worth $4 billion francs, is guaranteed by a group of banks.
Units of Knot Offshore Partners (NYSE: KNOP) had sunk by more than 18% by 10:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday. Weighing on the master limited partnership (MLP) was an oversupply of shuttle tankers in the North Sea. Knot Offshore Partners issued its third-quarter report, and CEO Gary Chapman said in the accompanying release that its financial results, liquidity, and distributable cash flow "reflect our heavy scheduled drydocking program."
Shares of Salesforce fell despite the company's Q3 earnings beat after news of co-CEO Bret Taylor resigning and weakened fourth-quarter guidance.
Standing here at the tail end of 2022, we can see the next year through the mist of uncertainty – and for now, that view is dominated by high inflation, rising interest rates and potential recession. Looking at the market situation, Goldman Sachs strategist Christian Mueller-Glissmann writes: "We remain defensive for the 3-month horizon with further headwinds from rising real yields and lingering growth uncertainty... The growth/inflation mix remains unfavorable – inflation is likely to normaliz
Things might look fine now. BofA says not for long.
Which stocks are either a fan favorite or a must-avoid? Penny stocks. These tickers going for less than $5 apiece are particularly divisive on Wall Street, with those in favor as well as the naysayers laying out strong arguments. These names are too appealing for the risk-tolerant investor to ignore. Given the low prices, you get more for your money. On top of this, even minor share price appreciation can translate to massive percentage gains, and thus, major returns for investors. However, ther
Both oil stocks offer big yields and are excellent choices for income investors, but one could outperform in certain situations.
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Wall Street's top strategist Mike Wilson predicts the S&P 500 will shed a quarter of its value in early 2023.
If bank assets are marked to market, the U.S. sector is insolvent, according to an independent analyst.
U.S. stocks finished sharply higher Wednesday after Fed Chair Powell said the central bank's pace of interest-rate increases can slow as soon as its December meeting.