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State governments in the country have had to ration Covid-19 vaccines doses and shut down free vaccination centres, while private centres, where Indians can pay to get the vaccine, have plenty of shots available.
Shares of General Electric traded higher on Monday as the industrial giant’s 1-for-8 reverse stock split became effective.
On Monday morning, shares of XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) opened down more than 40%, but there is no bad news to report. The split became official on Monday, with GXO Logistics (NYSE: GXO), the supply chain business, trading for the first time on its own. GXO has a lot of exposure to fast-growing sectors including e-commerce, while XPO is one of the top less-than-truckload trucking operators with a large freight brokerage operation.
In last week's article on three stocks to avoid, I predicted that AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC), Trivago (NASDAQ: TRVG), and Imax (NYSE: IMAX) would have a rough few days. Trivago moved 1% higher. It was also Trivago's sixth consecutive quarterly deficit.
(Bloomberg) -- A massive methane plume detected last month over Kazakhstan occurred near a major pipeline that supplies natural gas to China.The cloud was observed roughly 100 kilometers (62 miles) west of the largest Kazakh city of Almaty on July 24, and had an emissions rate of more than 200 tons of methane an hour, according to an estimate from geoanalytics firm Kayrros SAS. That amount of the super-warming greenhouse gas would have roughly the same short-term climate warming impact as the an
Amazon's (NASDAQ: AMZN) stock price slid nearly 8% on July 30 after the e-commerce and cloud giant posted its second-quarter numbers. Its revenue growth fell short of analysts' expectations, and it provided lower-than-expected revenue guidance for the third quarter. Amazon's decline weighed down other e-commerce and cloud stocks, since it's considered a bellwether of both markets.
Shares of ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON) are up a solid 14% in 11 a.m. EDT trading Monday after the semiconductor manufacturer crushed analyst expectations for Q2 earnings -- and didn't do half bad on sales, either. Expected to report a $0.49 pro forma profit on $1.62 billion in sales in fiscal Q2 2022, ON Semiconductor instead posted earnings of $0.63 per share on sales of $1.67 billion this morning. Actual earnings when calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) were only $0.42 per share -- but even this was a big improvement over Q2 last year, when ON Semiconductor broke even.
You might think that any stock handpicked by Warren Buffett and his top investment managers would be held in high regard by most investors. Several stocks in Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B) portfolio are either beaten down, have bargain valuations, or both. Here are three underrated Buffett stocks that are smart buys right now.
You won't find many of the best cannabis stocks listed on Robinhood's 100 most popular stocks list. Neither will you find many of these stocks becoming memes that are championed by online communities.
Square is acquiring Afterpay in a $29 billion all-stock deal. Wedbush Analyst Moshe Katri joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss.
These top-tier growth, value, and income stocks can build investor wealth, even with the market near an all-time high.
Many investors are so focused on accumulating wealth that they neglect the second part of the equation.
BTIG managing director and financials analyst Mark Palmer discusses Square’s acquisition of Australia-based fintech company Afterpay, including why the deal makes sense for the companies and his outlook for the finch space.
President Biden's job approval bounced back to a level President Obama never regained after his first few months in office.
Roku had a total of 53.6 million active accounts at the end of Q1 2021, and is targeting double-digit growth with their operating system and hardware. Roku might benefit from the confusion of streaming platforms and the users that want to switch to an ad-based streaming model while the streaming wars stabilize and each platform develops content for a specific consumer.
Growth stocks are supposed to...grow. It's right there in the name. The problem is that growth can come in fits and starts. And sometimes, it comes with downturns in share prices. Those downturns can provide opportunities for investors who have a long-term perspective.
A surge in COVID-19 cases across the U.S. also has many investors on edge, renewing worries around a stalled economic recovery. There is good reason investors have been down on Nikola, a maker of electric and hydrogen fuel cell trucks.
For General Electric Co. investors who might have done a double take when they saw their stock trading above $100, the reason is because the 1-for-8 reverse stock split the industrial conglomerate proposed earlier this year just went into effect. The stock rose 2.1% in morning trading to $105.80, which implies a pre-split adjusted price of about $13.23. The stock's new split-adjusted record close is Aug. 28, 2000's $461.40. GE had said in March that it wanted to implement the reverse split, whic
GE's turnaround is gaining traction as key businesses improve while the industrial giant continues to shrink its debt load.
Here's the one big worry a lot of investors have about Vertex Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: VRTX) these days: revenue prospects beyond its main cystic fibrosis (CF) business. Vertex is moving candidates through the pipeline in other areas such as blood disorders, pain, and a rare lung and liver disorder called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. Of course, as a shareholder I'd like to see Vertex bring one or more of those potential products to market.