Waterdrop, Talaris Therapeutics, Anebulo Pharmaceuticals and Bowman Consulting Group made their public equities market debuts on Friday.
(Bloomberg) -- The Chinese market rout is forcing money managers around the globe to re-assess the investment case for the world’s second-biggest economy.Whether it’s economic growth or the regulatory landscape, professional investors say it’s all become a lot harder to predict, and it’s adding a new dimension of risk to global markets. To Ameriprise Financial Inc.’s Anthony Saglimbene, the long-term potential of China doesn’t look like it’s worth the risk anymore, while Kairos Partners’ Alberto
(Bloomberg) -- The Biden administration is set to propose stiffer limits on greenhouse gas emissions from cars that at least in the short term will fall short of what environmental activists have called for, according to two people familiar with the matter.Initial requirements would be patterned on a compromise automakers reached with California regulators two years ago -- rather than immediately adopt the tougher mandates charted by former President Barack Obama in 2012.The standards, drafted b
The FreightWaves Shipper of Choice award is presented in partnership with ArcBest and recognizes retailers, distributors and manufacturers that are keeping the U.S. economy moving by improving efficiency along the supply chain, providing accessible facilities and fighting driver detention. Among the top 25 Shippers of Choice for 2021 is ... The Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO), which ranked 11th. About Coca-Cola New York Stock Exchange ticker KO Headquarters Atlanta 2020 revenue $33.01 billion 2020 net
Shares of Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) were sliding 6.7% lower as of 11:14 a.m. EDT on Tuesday. The decline came after the Australian newspaper The Guardian reported major delays with Australia's supply deal for Novavax's COVID-19 vaccine, NVX-CoV2373. Novavax signed an agreement in January 2021 to supply 51 million doses of its COVID vaccine to Australia.
Chipmaker AMD reports earnings for the Q2 driving by strong revenue growth year over year.
Peter Hanks, an anlyst at DailyFX, analyzes what Microsoft's earnings beat means for the future of the stock.
As talk of potential legislation to legalize cannabis in the U.S. continues, stocks of many Canadian growers have been volatile. In just the past month, shares of Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY), Sundial Growers (NASDAQ: SNDL), and OrganiGram Holdings (NASDAQ: OGI) are down 30%, 20%, and 18%, respectively. Tilray CEO Irwin Simon did give an interview yesterday in which he discussed the future of the company and explained its position in preparation for potential U.S. legalization.
Apple beat analyst expectations for its Q3 earnings thanks to the performance of its iPhone 12.
Shares of Chinese electric-vehicle (EV) maker Nio (NYSE: NIO) are about 30% below January 2021 highs. Nio ES8 electric SUVs being loaded for transit to Norway. Nio has been quickly growing sales of its EVs.
Apple Inc.'s stunning fiscal third quarter was overshadowed by the company's forecast for slowing growth in September quarter, putting a damper on its record results.
Cowen Analyst, Krish Sankar, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss what to expect from Apple ahead of the company reporting earnings and the possible effect the release of a new iPhone can have on its stock moving forward.
This earnings season isn't shaping up to be a merry one for coronavirus stock Teladoc Health (NYSE: TDOC) following the release of its latest earnings after the market close Tuesday. For its second quarter, Teladoc managed to grow its top line by 109% to $503 million, fueled by 138% growth in the company's access fees (which accounted for 86% of total revenue). More than a little of this was due to expenses related to the large-scale acquisition of healthcare sector peer Livongo Health.
Shares of Carnival (NYSE: CCL)(NYSE: CUK) sank a bit on Tuesday, closing 1.6% lower, against the 0.47% dip of the S&P 500 index. While the company stands to benefit from a positive development in the legal sphere, a new round of debt financing might be dampening investor enthusiasm. Monday was a good day for Carnival; Tuesday, not so much.
Ovintiv Inc. (NYSE: OVV) (TSX: OVV) today announced its second quarter 2021 financial and operating results. In addition, the Company increased its quarterly dividend payment by approximately 50%, accelerated its $4.5 billion net debt target timeline to the end of 2021 and set a new net debt target of $3 billion by year-end 2023, assuming $50 per bbl WTI oil and $2.75 per Mcf NYMEX natural gas prices.
Shares of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) were tumbling 7.7% in midday trading Tuesday as allegations of a hostile work environment embroil the video game company. Work on updates to the massively popular World of Warcraft franchise was also reportedly put on hold as the company responds to a lawsuit over the charges of misconduct. Activision was sued by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing over a reported "pervasive frat boy workplace culture" that led to charges of harassment and unequal pay.
Teladoc's shares had already shed a quarter of their value from the start of the year on concerns over how virtual health firms would fare as the economy reopened.
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The semiconductor company reported disappointing preliminary results but is preparing to invest in manufacturing capacity.
Revenue rose 36% from the year-earlier period, driven in particular by continued strong demand for iPhones.
Record revenue and cash flows, a stronger balance sheet, solid outlook -- what else do you want from UPS?