A new era is about to begin at Toyota. The reasoning of the Japanese behemoth has always been that consumers were not ready to adopt electric vehicles. As a result, Toyota favored a policy of small steps.
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Goldman sees big upside for Tesla's stock price.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday will hike rates by a quarter-point, a downshift from December but will make sure to sound hawkish, economists said.
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett has been a money machine for his shareholders since taking the reins in 1965. Through this past weekend, he's presided over a nearly 3,800,000% increase in the value of Berkshire's Class A shares (BRK.A).
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While the overall stock market direction so far this year remains up, the path ahead still presents plenty of potential headwinds. Inflation has yet to be properly tamed, the geopolitical map remains uncertain with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine still ongoing and Covid variants could reappear at any time. Add in the prospect for a fiery battle in Congress around raising the debt ceiling, and Oppenheimer’s Chief Investment Strategist John Stoltzfus thinks market volatility is “unlikely to leave the
American Express Co. exceeded $50 billion in annual revenue last year, buoyed by continued strong spending levels among its customer base
The industrial giant's earnings were solid, as was the guidance, but investors must be patient in 2023.
The so-called FAANG stocks flopped in 2022. Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META) stock (the "F" in FAANG because it was previously named Facebook) plunged 64%. Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) didn't fare much better, with its shares sinking 51%.
Chewy (NYSE: CHWY) has built a thriving online business around the fast-growing pet industry. With products and services that range from pet food to pet telehealth to pet insurance plans to generic and specialty medications, its platform is designed to provide a one-stop shopping experience for pet owners around the country. Plus, with a growing number of products geared toward animals apart from household pets, including horses, chickens, and goats, Chewy is tapped into many diverse sources of current and future growth potential.
Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) surprise earnings beat last night was shaking up the electric vehicle (EV) industry this morning, as shares of solid-state batteries researcher QuantumScape (NYSE: QS) tumbled 1.5% through 11:15 a.m. ET, but Tesla's Chinese rivals Nio (NYSE: NIO) and Xpeng (NYSE: XPEV) gained 2.7% and 3.4%, respectively. Tesla surprised investors by reporting $1.19 per share in profits on sales of $24.3 billion -- beating on both the top and bottom lines despite cutting prices on its electric cars over the past couple months.
Cruise line stocks are showing signs of recovery, but operators still face inflation, recession fears, and ongoing geopolitical conflicts. As for Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL)(NYSE: CUK), I personally think the company's potential outweighs its challenges. In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022, Carnival earned more revenue from onboard passengers than in pre-pandemic 2019.
Altria (NYSE: MO) has long been regarded as a top dividend stock and it's easy to see why. The domestic Marlboro maker has raised its quarterly dividends 57 times over the last 53 years, making it a Dividend King. Because of its payout-hiking track record, Altria was the best stock to own for a nearly 50-year period from 1968 to 2015, if you had reinvested the dividends.
After months of talking to and reading the words of investment experts trying to find the right way to describe and forecast the U.S. economy and stock market for 2023, I’m not going to go out on a limb and say this time is different, but I am coming close: this time feels different. As I hear and read experts reaching back for market and economy parallels from the past, my experience over the past several decades has shown that every downturn, recession or crash ultimately proved to be a buying opportunity. Tell me the Federal Reserve will stick the landing, or that recession isn’t coming, and I’ll try to stifle a snort.
Chevron posted mixed fourth-quarter results early Friday, missing on earnings views while topping revenue estimates. However, the energy giant reported record profits and cash flow in 2022 and already announced it will launch a massive $75 billion share buyback and raise its dividend.
Intel will reported its Q4 earnings after the bell on Tuesday, missing analysts' expectations.
Financial guru Suze Orman thinks that most consumers are, or soon will be, facing dire straits, in an environment of higher interest rates and higher inflation.
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Intel ‘s disappointing results and warning of a contracting data-center market knocked the stock in some of its key rivals on Friday. Intel (ticker: INTC) shares were down 10% in premarket trading after the chip maker missed expectations for the fourth quarter and provided a revenue forecast for its March quarter far below expectations. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) traded down 2.9% in premarket trading, while Nvidia (NVDA) fell 2.1%.