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Most of these changes underway are obvious, but the depth and speed of the looming evolutions are shocking.
In this article, we will be looking at the 10 best Canadian dividend stocks to buy now. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of dividend investing, you can go directly to the 5 Best Canadian Dividend Stocks to Buy Now. Hartford Funds has estimated that 84% of the total return of the S&P […]
Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down the key takeaways from PayPal's recent earnings report.
Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley breaks down Qualcomm's Q3 earnings report.
Santosh Rao, Manhattan Venture Partners Head of Research, joined Yahoo Finance to discuss Facebook’s latest earning results.
Pfizer CEO is no stranger to risks, and hopes to repeat the company's COVID-19 success with an oral treatment.
(Bloomberg) -- China’s largest private education firms are moving swiftly to overhaul their businesses to adjust to a harsh new reality after Beijing launched a sweeping crackdown on the $100 billion sector.Two of the sector’s biggest names have in past days reached out to reassure investors and managers their businesses remain viable and won’t abruptly collapse, according to people familiar with the matter. Yuanfudao, the $15.5 billion startup backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd. and DST Global, pla
The stocks of companies focused on alternative energy development -- and the hydrogen economy in particular -- jumped today, bringing them back into the black for the week. Specifically, as of 3:45 p.m. EDT, shares of electric vehicle maker Nikola (NASDAQ: NKLA) bounced 7.7%, Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) stock was up 5.4%, and Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) shares jumped 6.75%.
Growth stocks are moving, and the popular ETF money manager is making moves. Let's dive into her shopping list to see some of the stocks she bought on Tuesday.
After a three-day slide, Chinese tech stocks were recovering today. Tutoring stocks like New Oriental Education and Tal Education Group started rebounding after nearly all of their value was wiped out in the sessions on Friday and Monday, and today much of the Chinese tech sector followed suit as news of the crackdown faded. Investors seemed to be eager to capitalize on the sell-off, anticipating that prices would only temporarily be depressed.
China's Big Tech crackdown is about protecting the country's Communist Party.
What happened Shares of Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) rose on Wednesday after fellow drugmaker Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) reported strong sales of its COVID-19 vaccine and raised its full-year revenue forecast. As of 3:30 p.
In this article, we discuss the 15 best strong buy stocks to invest in. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 Best Strong Buy Stocks to Invest In. Uncertainty has been clouding over the stock market in the United States as investors exercise caution in the […]
Jim Suva, Citi Managing Director in Equity Research specializing in technology joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss Apple’s latest earnings.
EV charging stocks ChargePoint, Blink Charging and EVgo jumped on reports that funds for charging stations are in the infrastructure deal.
(Bloomberg) -- Activision Blizzard Inc. Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick responded to the threat of an employee walkout with an all-staff email Tuesday, apologizing and calling the company’s recent actions “tone deaf.”Employees at Activision Blizzard called for the walkout on Wednesday to protest the company’s responses to a recent sexual discrimination lawsuit and demanding more equitable treatment for underrepresented staff.In Kotick’s message, the CEO said the company had hired law firm W
(PYPL) stock was tumbling after the payments company beat second-quarter earnings forecasts but offered below-consensus guidance. PayPal reported an adjusted profit of $1.15 a share, beating forecasts for $1.13 on sales of $6.24 billion, missing analyst estimates for $6.27 billion. PayPal highlighted the impact of (EBAY)‘s transition to a “managed payments” system as one source of slower growth.
Robinhood's shares are priced ahead of its IPO and ready to trade on Thursday.
What happens when tech stocks slip into the penny profile? Huge potential – and solid reviews from some of the Street’s top-rated analysts. And why not? For investors, the digital tech field is a target-rich environment. Established companies and their newer competitors makes headlines, and a spate of IPOs has brought new billion dollar unicorns to our attention. And with the rollout of 5G digital networks, there are more opportunities than ever in tech. And penny stocks – equities priced under
Elon Musk earlier this week made his most bullish statements yet on iron-based batteries, noting that Tesla is making a “long-term shift” toward older, cheaper lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) cells in its energy storage products and some entry-level EVs. The Tesla CEO mused that the company's batteries may eventually be roughly two-thirds iron-based and one-third nickel-based across its products. Musk's comments reflect a change that is already underway within the automotive sector, mainly in China.
Shares of BlackBerry (NYSE: BB) are soaring almost 10% higher in morning trading Wednesday while those of AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC) and GameStop (NYSE: GME) were falling 5% and 7%, respectively. GameStop is being upgraded to the S&P 400 index beginning Aug. 4, replacing Weingarten Realty Investors, which is being acquired by Kimco Realty.