Axsome Therapeutics said its Alzheimer's treatment met the goals of a study, sending its shares into the stratosphere, while Biogen's Alzheimer's effort had a setback.
On Monday, Wells Fargo received a positive adjustment to its Relative Strength (RS) Rating, from 70 to 73. While now is not an ideal time to invest, see if the stock goes on to offer and clear a proper buy point, now that it has cleared key moving averages.
Cyber Monday sales are expected to rise to at least $11.2 billion, with electronics, audio components, toys and exercise gear being top sellers.
Barclays analyst Benjamin Theurer downgraded the faux-meat stock to Underweight from Equal Weight on Monday.
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Jefferies analyst Samad Samana downgraded shares of Twilio to Hold from Buy. The company posted a disappointing revenue outlook at the beginning of the month.
The "three stocks to avoid" in my column that I thought were going to lose to the market last week -- Best Buy (NYSE: BBY), Luckin Coffee (OTC: LKNC.Y), and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) -- rose 13%, slipped 2%, and fell 12%, respectively, averaging out to a modest 0.3% dip. Interest rates are rising, and that will make life harder for Big Lots.
Paycom (PAYC) could produce exceptional returns because of its solid growth attributes.
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Keith Grossman, president of TIME, has left the media firm to join crypto payments infrastructure firm MoonPay.
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Shares of leading semiconductor companies Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM), Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), and Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) all fell today, declining 2.9%, 2.6%, and 3.6%, respectively, as of 3:37 p.m. ET. First, widespread protests in China over COVID-19 restrictions erupted this past weekend, putting pressure on any stock with exposure to China or products made there. Second, a report from a leading tech industry research company predicted a bigger decline in overall semiconductor revenue next year than it had forecast just four months ago.
Some investors are focusing on the fact that the EV stock is at the lowest level in more than two years.
Shares of Israeli container shipping company ZIM Integrated Shipping Services (NYSE: ZIM) tumbled 3.4% through 11:05 a.m. EST Monday -- and it's no huge secret why. Across the shipping world, stocks including ZIM, Costamere, and Danaos Corporation are all sliding today. As multiple media outlets have reported, protests against a government "zero-Covid" policy are spreading across China, threatening both the ruling regime's stability, the country's economy, and its ability to produce products that would need container shipping services to reach foreign markets.
What happened Shares of Anavex Life Sciences (NASDAQ: AVXL), a clinical-stage biotech that specializes in therapies to treat neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental diseases, fell by 23.5% on Monday.
Financial services are one of the world's largest industries, worth trillions of dollars. Financial technology companies like SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ: SOFI) are trying to do things differently and, as a result, are nipping at the heels of traditional banks. Here is why SoFi's stock could shine like a diamond in 2023.
Dow Jones futures were higher ahead of Tuesday's open after the Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off nearly 500 points Monday.
(Bloomberg) -- European stocks opened higher and US index futures rose, as nationwide unrest in China over Covid curbs eased, boosting sentiment for riskier assets. Most Read from BloombergApple to Lose 6 Million iPhone Pros From Tumult at China PlantNext Covid-19 Strain May be More Dangerous, Lab Study ShowsThere’s a Job-Market Riddle at the Heart of the Next RecessionStocks Hit by Fedspeak as China Woes Boost Havens: Markets WrapShares rallied in Hong Kong and on the Chinese mainland as some i
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Deutsche Bank researchers are the latest analysts to put a 25% decline in equities on the map, and they expect the U.S. to go into a recession by mid-2023.