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GOOGL earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2021.
The newly emerged omicron coronavirus variant sent shockwaves through U.S. stock markets last Friday. Omicron has the world on edge because of its unique combination of mutations that might significantly reduce the effectiveness of first-generation COVID-19 vaccines. While there simply isn't enough data to draw any firm conclusions about the seriousness of the omicron variant yet, politicians across the world were quick to react by imposing travel bans and restrictions on several African nations over the weekend.
The fast-spreading strain of coronavirus roiled markets on Black Friday, raising concerns about how the economy and Wall Street may perform next week.
Fears of the new Omicron Covid variant slammed the stock market Friday. Here's what investors should do now. Li Auto earnings are on tap.
One EV company that’s been flying under the radar, that is until it had big news at this year’s Los Angeles Auto show - is Fisker Inc. Founded and run by legendary automotive designer Henrik Fisker, unveiled the production version of its Ocean EV SUV.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk warned employees the company should not spend irresponsibly in the fourth quarter delivery rush. The reason seems sensible.
Nvidia has warned for the first time that it is at risk of losing a $1.25bn (£950m) downpayment for the British microchip designer Arm if regulators persist in holding up the deal.
Capital gains taxes on real estate and property can be reduced when you sell your home, up to certain tax limits, if you meet the requirements.
The prediction is actually less wild than the one she made for Tesla — and that came true.
The technology powering virtual reality (VR) experiences has significantly improved in recent years. This technology is powering real-world applications like virtual walkthroughs of buildings and products still on the drawing board, or collaborations with colleagues in a virtual meeting room. Facebook has made a big splash into this new "metaverse" by changing its name to Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: FB), but that's not the only way to play this trend as an investor.
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Last December, I compared two of the market's hottest semiconductor stocks: Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). At the time, I said AMD was a better buy than Nvidia because I believed it was better insulated from macro headwinds, it would benefit from the arrivals of the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles, and it would continue to grow its market share against Intel (NASDAQ: INTC).
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Electric vehicle sales are skyrocketing, and companies that produce charging infrastructure are scrambling to meet the soaring demand
The S&P 500 is still up almost 5% over the past seven weeks. That’s one reason a small dip isn’t concerning some strategists—yet.
Whether you're an industry watcher or a casual investor, it's been hard to ignore the coverage of up-and-coming electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ: RIVN). From shattering initial public offering (IPO) records to fetching an over-$150 billion valuation at its peak (which is more than General Motors, Ford, or even Starbucks), Rivian embodies a spirit of optimism and imagination. Love it or hate it, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) has these attributes in spades.
The renewable energy giant has enormous growth potential as it develops renewable energy projects. Brookfield Renewable is everything Rivian Automotive strives to be one day. The company currently operates 20 gigawatts of renewable energy assets around the world.
Over the past few days, we have been inundated with scattered reports and urgent warnings about the Omicron variant of COVID, which health officials fear could spread across the globe and quickly overtake Delta as the dominant variant of the virus. While there is still much we don't know about the newly discovered Omicron, the variant's shocking number of mutations mean it could be more transmissible and more likely to evade immune responses than the previous forms of COVID. So far, Omicron has
These companies aren't as well-known as Meta Platforms and Nvidia. But they could be key players in the metaverse.
We’re at the start of a long-term change in the global economy. Public opinion – and also, to an extent, the human desire to survive – is promoting green tech and green industry, and setting the stage for the future of energy production. We don’t have a crystal ball, so we can’t see the full shape of things to come, but in recent months, investors have been moving toward solar stocks. While supply chain bottlenecks and labor shortages are impacting the solar power industry, these issues are not
The stock market was definitely not in a holiday mood on the day after Thanksgiving, as news of the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 led to widespread concerns about a possible return to lockdown conditions. Because of the Dow's price-weighted nature, a few stocks had a disproportionate influence on the average's moves. Below, we'll look at how American Express (NYSE: AXP), Boeing (NYSE: BA), and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) combined to lop about 250 points off the Dow by themselves.