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On a day when the Nasdaq index is down more than 2%, it shouldn't be surprising that aggressive growth names in the EV sector are leading the way. In addition to market sentiment going against high-growth, speculative companies such as these, Chinese stocks in general are in the crosshairs today. Despite the recent macro factors impacting the share prices of Nio, XPeng, and Li Auto, each company reported strong growth in its latest delivery update.
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Shares of DraftKings (NASDAQ: DKNG) fell 9.4% on Friday after noted short-seller Jim Chanos said he was betting against the sports betting company. "If you quadrupled DraftKings' revenue and gross profit ... and take their marketing spending, which is currently over 100% of revenue, to 10% of revenue, which is their target, and you keep overhead at today's level ... DraftKings would still be losing $200 million a quarter," Chanos said. It should be noted, however, that DraftKings CEO Jason Robins vehemently disagrees with that view.
The leading cryptocurrency is currently trading around $47,960.
Stock market woes intensified last week with the major indexes breaking key levels. Apple and Tesla lead five stocks to watch. Bitcoin plunged Saturday.
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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fell sharply Saturday, another sign that investors were pulling back from riskier bets after this week’s stock-market selloff. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market value, plunged more than 20% to $42,000 at midnight Eastern Time on Saturday before bouncing back, according to data from CoinDesk. Other widely traded cryptocurrencies including Solana, Dogecoin and Shiba Inu coin lost more than a fifth of their value.