TIXT earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
The Federal Reserve was just the spark; the tinder was the excessive bullishness of market-timing traders
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Stocks fell Friday to extend a streak of volatile trading following the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy decision and projections. The Dow sold off sharply, sinking by 1.6%, or more than 500 points, to close out a fifth straight session of declines. The index fell more than 3% on the week in its worst weekly performance since October. The S&P 500 extended losses to close lower by 1.3%, while the Nasdaq fell 0.9%. Sylvia Jablonski, Defiance ETFs Co- founder & CIO and Ross Mayfield, Baird Investment Strategy Analyst joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down the details.
After the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting raised more questions than it answered, perhaps the biggest one is: Can the Fed ever really raise interest rates? Investors have their doubts.
Inflations fears are rising, along with the price of gasoline and lumber and milk – and, oddly, the unemployment rate. The initial unemployment claims ticked up last week, even as the number of job openings reached a record high level. Between the COVID relief bill, the infrastructure proposal, and a jobs act, the Biden Administration's spending plans are totaling $6 trillion. And with economic activity reopening after the COVID pandemic, consumers are getting out, eager to spend, and holding pl
A near-record dollar amount of single stock equity options -totaling $818 billion - is set to expire at the close of trading on Friday afternoon, potentially driving sharp moves in some stocks throughout the day, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote. A recent surge in interest in options trading, fueled in part by droves of retail traders looking to place wagers on the swings in so-called meme stocks such as GameStop Corp and AMC Entertainment Holdings, has boosted trading in U.S. single stock options to record highs this year. Single stock open interest now stands at nearly $3 trillion in notional terms, close to the highest level since Jan. 15, according to the report, which was authored by analysts Vishal Vivek and John Marshall and published on Friday morning.
There's one group of borrowers that can count themselves as 'lucky' during periods of inflation.
RETIREMENT WEEKLY Q.: With rates so low, why would anyone own bonds? Won’t bonds get crushed when rates rise? — Paul in KC A.: Paul, if you are looking for interest payments, bonds are underwhelming for sure.
Fed policymakers surprised a lot of investors on Wednesday by signaling that tapering and interest-rate hikes are finally on the way. Investors sat up and noticed because “taking away the punch bowl” has doomed many a growth cycle. The Fed policy shift confirms we are moving toward the middle of the economic cycle from the early stage where rip-roaring growth is the norm – which benefits more speculative stocks.
Bitcoin’s ‘death cross’ could increase selling pressure into the weekend.
No one was expecting much from the Federal Reserve this past week. Instead, the process of tightening monetary policy looks to have finally started.
Baillie Gifford’s Tom Slater invests in companies and CEOs with long-term vision, irrespective of short-term market moves.
Following Friday’s sell-off, failure to move through the day’s pivot levels would likely deliver another day in the red.
The Euro has fallen apart during the course of the week, showing signs of extreme negativity after the Federal Reserve spooked everybody.
Buy low and sell high, we’ve all heard it before. For stock investors, if means finding an optimal combination of low point of entry and return potential. The trick is finding low-cost stocks that are fundamentally sound; share price always drops low for a reason, so you need to find stocks that are low for reasons that won’t press it down further. Among the stocks that are getting the thumbs up are three that show a strongly attractive profile for retail investors: an initial price below $10 pe
Long-time Tesla Inc executive and president Jerome Guillen, who left the company earlier in June, has sold an estimated $274 million worth of shares after exercising stock options since June 10, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The filing, which was submitted to the SEC on Tuesday, said that Guillen expected to sell 215,718 shares for $129 million that day, and that he offloaded another 145,289 stocks worth $89.6 million on June 14, and 90,111 stocks worth $55 million on June 10. Guillen, a former Mercedes engineer who was with Tesla since 2010, oversaw the company's entire vehicles business before being named president of the Tesla Heavy Trucking unit in March.
The provider of digital currency kiosks has been placing its machines in retail locations at a fast rate over the past seven months.
Yahoo Finance’s Jared Blikre reports on the day's trending tickers.
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It’s a mixed start to the day for the majors. A Bitcoin move back through to $37,000 levels would support the broader market after Friday’s sell-off.