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Traders could go long FCX ahead of earnings on Thursday.
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The Dow Jones struggled as the stock market paused. The Donald Trump SPAC rocketed again. Apple stock popped.
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Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick details stocks on the move on Wednesday.
Kellog (K) says it is permanently replacing about 1,400 of its striking factory workers, ending a labor feud between employees and the cereal brand. “The prolonged work stoppage has left us no choice but to hire permanent replacement employees in positions vacated by striking workers,” the company wrote in a statement on Tuesday night.
The market’s legendary investors built their names, and their fortunes, on success, the paths they followed were as varied and interesting as in any human endeavor. And one of the best such stories for market success is that of Ken Griffin, whose firm Citadel manages approximately $39 billion in total assets. Griffin founded Citadel in 1990, and last year the firm’s funds brought in an average return of 24%. Griffin himself has seen his personal net worth grow to $16 billion. It’s not a bad plac
As of 3:10 p.m. ET Wednesday, shares of hard-hit Chinese education stocks New Oriental Education (NYSE: EDU), Gaotu Techedu (NYSE: GOTU), and TAL Education (NYSE: TAL) are soaring -- up 8.3%, 12.2%, and 13.7%, respectively. Ever since the Chinese government announced its crackdown on the for-profit education industry this past summer, New Oriental, Gaotu, and TAL, too, have been in the dumps.
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While Nio (NYSE: NIO) shares dropped nearly 20% over the past month, they have been staging a recovery this week. The recent surge in the share price comes as the company's annual Nio Day event approaches, and it has also announced recent progress on its global expansion plans. In fact, the theme for Nio Day is "Hello World," implying the company will update investors further on its growth aspirations outside of China.
Didi Global ‘s plans to delist from the New York Stock Exchange months after going public triggered concerns over the future of other U.S.-listed Chinese companies. Chinese tech stocks have borne the brunt of this blow to market sentiment, with the —which tracks the Hong Kong-listed shares of China’s largest technology companies—hitting an all-time low earlier this week. Alibaba (ticker: BABA) and JD.com (JD), which are listed in both Hong Kong and the U.S., have been some of the biggest losers.
The narrative around Apple (AAPL) often paints the iPhone and its accompanying launch cycle as the stock performance’s main driver - the flagship product leads the way, with all other revenue streams following in its wake. However, Morgan Stanley’s Kathryn Huberty believes it is time to re-examine this narrative. Huberty points out that over the last 5 years, AAPL stock has gained around 500% - far outpacing the S&P 500’s 105% return – but iPhone revenue has only increased by 40% during that tim
Yahoo Finance Live hosts Julie Hyman and Brian Cheung review the latest numbers in the Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey.
In this article, we discuss the 10 favorite stocks of Cathie Wood and Ken Fisher. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 Favorite Stocks of Cathie Wood and Ken Fisher. Cathie Wood and Ken Fisher are seasoned American investors, and are commonly known for their thriving […]
Hundreds of Chinese companies are listed on U.S. markets. But which are the best Chinese stocks to buy or watch right now? JD.com , Nio, Li Auto, Xpeng and BYD Co.. China is the world's most-populous nation and the second-largest economy with a booming urban middle class and amazing entrepreneurial activity.
UiPath Inc. shares fell in the extended session Wednesday even as the “software robots” provider's quarterly results topped Wall Street expectations.
A closer look at the clinical trial results that drove the stock up in October was a little disappointing.
Shares of Nuvei Corporation (NASDAQ: NVEI), a payment-processing company, were crumbling today after Spruce Point Capital Management, a short-seller, released a negative report about Nuvei. Spruce Point also said that Nuvei has failed to provide quarterly updates about merchant additions, whether its merchant enterprises are large or small, where sales are occurring geographically, and other details about its sales. Spruce Point said that it estimates up to 40% to 60% long-term downside risk for Nuvei's stock based on its assessment.
S&P 500 sell-offs aren't much fun to go through, but they do show you which stocks other investors are eager to buy.
ChargePoint (CHPT) might have missed expectations on the bottom-line in its latest quarterly report, but that is of little concern to Evercore analyst James West, who says the company is “charging towards mainstream adoption.” EPS came in at -$0.21, $0.05 shy of the consensus estimate, although the company posted a $1.77 million beat on the top-line, with revenue hitting $65.03 million, a 78.8% year-over-year increase. Looking ahead to FQ4, the company expects revenue between $73 million and 78