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The deal is expensive but is expected to significantly grow revenue in SoFi's tech division in future years.
If you're looking for a multi-bagger, there's a few things to keep an eye out for. Firstly, we'd want to identify a...
Hecla Mining Company (NYSE: HL) (Hecla) and Alexco Resource Corp. (NYSE American: AXU) (TSX: AXU) (Alexco) are pleased to announce a definitive agreement for Hecla to acquire all of the outstanding common shares of Alexco that Hecla does not already own. Each outstanding common share of Alexco will be exchanged for 0.116 of a share of Hecla common stock implying consideration of US$0.47 per Alexco common share and a premium of 23% based on the companies' 5-day volume weighted average price on th
If you're looking for a multi-bagger, there's a few things to keep an eye out for. One common approach is to try and...
Rising home values can quickly transition a reasonable housing market into the type of real estate monster that has consumed places like the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and New York. While the...
Yahoo Finance Live's Jared Blikre looks at GameStop's stock ahead of its four-for-one stock split on July 22nd.
Anyone positioning their portfolio for a recession could be making a big mistake.
KELLEY BLUE BOOK New car owners are experiencing more problems in the first 90 days of ownership than ever before. Buick took the top spot in the 2022 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, but the headline isn’t the winner this year.
Yahoo Finance's Pras Subramanian explains why Tesla is slowing production in July.
Now that we’re into the second half of 2022, with the Independence Day holiday behind us, we can take stock of the changes that the last six months have brought. And those changes have been dramatic. As this year got started, the S&P 500 was coming off of a 27% annual gain. Today, the index is down 20%, putting it into a bear market. The losses have been broad-based, and have left many otherwise sound equities languishing at low prices. It’s a circumstance that has a lot of unhappy investors won
U.S. stocks end with modest gains Wednesday after minutes of the Federal Reserve’s June policy meeting signaled another big rate-hike on tap this month to help cool inflation.
The uber-wealthy investor is thrifty with everything from his breakfast to his house.
Close to 12,000 fewer homes sold in April and May compared to the pre-pandemic average.
Stocks are set to veer south post holiday, following earlier optimism over reports President Joe Biden may lower tariffs on some Chinese goods to help ease the inflation sting. There isn’t much to explain the moodiness of stocks, which logged gains on Friday, but weekly losses on worries about a recession spurred on by rising U.S. interest rates. In the U.S., mortgage applications are down 28% from their peak, new home sales are off 17% and housing starts down 13%.
Yahoo Finance Live looks at several of today's top-trending stocks, including Inspira's new non-invasive blood sensor medical device and Peloton's leadership tactics to boost the brand's morale.
‘My credit-union credit card allows me to make a balance transfer at 0% financing with no fee once a year.’
VettaFi Financial Futurist David Nadig joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss energy markets ahead of recession fears and fluctuating oil prices, energy ETFs, decarbonization, commodity ETFs, and ESG funds for Gen Z investors.
The major indexes rose slightly as Fed minutes held few surprises. Megacap stocks reclaimed key levels. These two Tesla rivals are in buy zones.
HOUSTON (Reuters) -More than 5 million barrels of oil that were part of a historic U.S. emergency reserves release to lower domestic fuel prices were exported to Europe and Asia last month, according to data and sources, even as U.S. gasoline and diesel prices hit record highs. The export of crude and fuel is blunting the impact of the moves by U.S. President Joe Biden to lower record pump prices. Biden on Saturday renewed a call for gasoline suppliers to cut their prices, drawing criticism from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
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Mortgage rates are rising, as are home prices. Here's what buyers and sellers should know now, according to Nadia Evangelou.