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Each of these stocks has been "trampled on unjustly," the Mad Money host says.
The choppy seas for cruise line investors continued on Wednesday, as shares of Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH), and most especially Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK), which were down yesterday, bounced back today. As of 10:50 a.m. ET, shares of both Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise are gaining 3%, while Carnival is leading the pack higher with a 3.8% gain.
What happened Shares of Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) fell 12% on Wednesday after a court ruling placed a portion of the biotech's blockbuster COVID-19 vaccine proceeds at risk. So what A U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit panel affirmed a previous ruling by the U.
The data-management focused company reported revenue that beat expectations, giving shares of Snowflake a boost during after-hours trading, reports Yahoo! Finance's Ines Ferre.
What happened Shares of Arbutus Biopharma (NASDAQ: ABUS) rocketed higher on Wednesday morning in response to a court ruling in its favor. The stock was up 70.2% at 11:41 a.m. on Wednesday. So what Moderna's (NASDAQ: MRNA) attempt to avoid paying royalties on the lipid nanoparticle (LNP) technology that its COVID vaccine relies upon took another turn for the worse.
Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferre breaks down how markets are digesting the first confirmed Omicron COVID case in the U.S.
Shares of endpoint security leader Crowdstrike Holdings (NASDAQ: CRWD) got blasted with a 7% sell-off today. High-growth names were hit especially hard on news that the first case of the coronavirus Omicron variant was confirmed in the U.S. Investor worry is mounting that the next leg of the pandemic could cause a backtrack in broader economic recovery. Free cash flow in Q3 was up 62% to $124 million, good for an incredibly healthy free-cash-flow-profit margin of 33%.
Shares of the Covid vaccine provider have tumbled after a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit panel of three judges upheld a ruling against the biotech company.
(Reuters) -Former President Donald Trump's new social media venture is seeking to raise up to $1 billion by selling shares to hedge funds and family offices at several times the valuation it commanded in a deal with a blank-check acquisition firm in October, two people familiar with the matter said. Trump Media & Technology Group, which has yet to roll out the social media app it says it is developing, already stands to receive $293 million if its deal to list in New York through a merger with blank-check firm Digital World Acquisition Corp is completed. Trump Media is now seeking to raise up to an additional $1 billion at a valuation of close to $3 billion, to reflect Digital World's share rally after Trump supporters and day traders snapped up the stock, the sources said.
Shares of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) were moving higher on Wednesday after a prominent Wall Street analyst noted that the company's electric Mustang Mach-E is on track to outsell a key rival in 2021. As of 12:45 p.m. ET, Ford's shares were up about 5.1% from Tuesday's closing price. In a new note on Wednesday morning, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas noted that Ford sold 21,703 Mustang Mach-Es in the U.S. through October.
Cowen Managing Director Cai von Rumohr joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the demand for General Dynamics planes.
The holiday shopping season is officially upon us, but one thing not appearing on investors' buy lists today is the stock of fuel cell leader, Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG). Extending the slide which has seen shares tumble since Thanksgiving, shares of Plug Power plummeted 7.9% today. Investors' belief that Plug Power is poised for explosive growth as the hydrogen economy takes shape over the coming years has driven the stock to meteoric heights over the past two years.
Investors are always on the lookout for the best strategy to find the right stocks. And that can mean turning to the experts, finding ‘those in the know,’ and following their lead. But who to trust? One logical place to look is on the inside, at the opinions of corporate officers, the insiders, whose access to their company’s workings and information gives them a much sharper view than is available to any old internet researcher. Insiders’ trading activity has long been recognized as a sound clu
The South San Francisco company, which has expanded its real estate footprint this year, had been working with Kindred Biosciences since spring 2020 on manufacturing its experimental Covid vaccine tablet.
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ViacomCBS Inc Chair Shari Redstone, who in the past has hinted at more deals to bulk up the media empire, said on Wednesday the company will focus on organic growth and seek global expansion opportunities. In an interview during the Reuters Next conference, she said the company remained open to “always look at opportunities out there,” but had no immediate urge to merge. ViacomCBS, with its $20.1 billion market valuation, is one-tenth the size of the Walt Disney Co. As media conglomerates have raced to bulk up to amass content for subscriptions and advertising-supported streaming video services, the company’s relatively smaller scale has spurred speculation that Redstone would seek another deal.
Progenity (NASDAQ: PROG), a biotech company and a meme stock favorite, saw its shares decline more than 11% on Wednesday. Overall, Progenity stock is down more than 47% this year. The markets don't like uncertainty, and that's one reason Progenity has trended downward.
The S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq each erased earlier gains to dip into the red. Dana Peterson - The Conference Board Chief Economist and Sam Stovall, CFRA Chief Investment Strategist joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss today’s market action.
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Shares of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) raced out of the gate Wednesday morning, climbing 2.3% in the first couple minutes of trading before beginning to fall back. Tesla's first big pop seems to have been sparked by a bit of corporate theater. In an apparent poke at the phenomenon of whistleblowers trying to embarrass their bosses, Elon Musk tweeted last night that Tesla is now selling a "limited-edition Cyberwhistle" shaped like its still-unavailable Cybertruck.