A muted reaction after record monthly deliveries were announced yesterday has turned into a surge today.
Shares of restaurant company Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (NASDAQ: CBRL) crumbled on Friday after the company reported financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal 2023 and lowered expectations for the rest of the year. As of 11:30 a.m. ET, Cracker Barrel stock was down 11%. Cracker Barrel is a tale of two lines: the top and bottom.
Dividend stocks. They’re the very picture of the reliable standby, the sound defensive play that investors make when markets turn south. Div stocks tend not to show as extreme shifts as the broader markets, and they offer a steady income stream no matter where the markets go. And it’s not just retail investors who move into dividend stocks. Recent regulatory filings show that billionaire Steve Cohen has bought big into high-yield dividend stocks. Cohen has built a reputation for success, and his
Telecom giant AT&T (NYSE: T) has been dead money for years. Its share price is down 25% over the past decade. But AT&T's recent success in getting out of the entertainment business and growing its wireless business could change the stock's trajectory.
What happened Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) investors were in the red on Friday. The retailer's stock fell 2% by 3 p.m. ET compared with a 0.6% decline in the S&P 500. That drop pushed the stock down further in 2022, although shares are modestly outperforming the market's 13% loss so far this year.
With shares of Axsome Therapeutics (NASDAQ: AXSM) skyrocketing 87% so far this year, the biotech's shareholders are doubtlessly pleased. Thanks to a pair of newly approved products, growth is finally on the way -- with revenue set to go from practically $0 to more than $100 million in the course of a year.
In this article we are going to estimate the intrinsic value of Altria Group, Inc. ( NYSE:MO ) by projecting its future...
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss the decline in stock for Zscaler following first-quarter earnings.
Boeing could be close to a major win over rival Airbus amid reports of a big 787 Dreamliner order by United Airlines.
Nio is growing rapidly, as its latest delivery numbers suggest, but this week's epic rally was driven almost entirely by one macroeconomic trigger. For that matter, Nio's CEO William Li also had some big things to say this week, including his belief that Nio will give German luxury carmaker BMW a run for its money. Because Nio is a Chinese company, its stock price has been all over the place in recent months as China grappled with surging COVID-19 cases and put large regions, including important manufacturing hubs, under strict lockdowns.
Trading was halted for AMC after the stock saw heavy volume on Thursday afternoon.
Shares of Spectrum Brands (NYSE: SPB) were surging 21.9% higher at 11:07 a.m. ET Friday morning after the consumer and home products company announced it was another step closer to selling off its hardware and home improvement (HHI) business for $4.3 billion. While the development could be a good one for Spectrum, it's still an amazing jump in the share price. Over a year ago, Spectrum Brands had announced its intention to sell the HHI business to Assa Abloy (OTC: ASAZY), a Swedish conglomerate.
Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ: ACB) is one of the most popular marijuana companies in Canada. Below, I'll look at how much a $1,000 investment in Aurora four years ago would be worth today and how the stock's returns compare with some of its peers. Today Aurora trades on the Nasdaq, but its first major U.S. exchange listing was on the NYSE.
Bionano Genomics, Inc. (BNGO) witnesses a hammer chart pattern, indicating support found by the stock after losing some value lately. This coupled with an upward trend in earnings estimate revisions could mean a trend reversal for the stock in the near term.
Shares of Costco fell after November data revealed a drop in sales.
Biotech company Veru (NASDAQ: VERU) aims to make products to treat cancer and infectious diseases. Instead, it has been the company's potential COVID treatment that has been getting investors excited. With the stock recently crashing and now at its lowest levels since March, is now the time to buy shares of Veru?
Valero's (VLO) premium refining operations are resilient even when the business operating environment is carbon-constrained.
Fast-growing businesses and healthy opportunities for expansion could give these stocks a nice shot in the arm next year.
There are plenty of attractive stocks that offer high dividend yields and are ripe for the picking as we roll into the end of the year. Here are three high-yield dividend stocks to buy in December that especially stand out. Ares Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: ARCC) offers a juicy dividend yield of over 9.7%.
After three straight days of steadily rising stock prices, shares of cruise stock leader Carnival (NYSE: CCL) headed lower again on Friday, losing 3.6% through 10:50 a.m. EST. This week actually started out on a positive note for Carnival, which on Tuesday reported that its Cyber Monday sales set a new record: 50% higher volume than in the last Cyber Monday preceding the pandemic, in 2019. Monday's good news echoed Carnival's declaration earlier this year that the March 28 to April 3 period was the busiest booking week in the company's history.