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Anyone feeling dizzy from the recent market gyrations? Volatility is back on the menu in a big way. The past week saw strong moves in both directions, with the bears ultimately in control, culminating in Friday’s rout. After charging ahead for most of the year, the main indexes have been on the backfoot recently, with the market getting jittery over Omicron variant fears and the Fed’s hawkish turn. Friday’s seemingly disappointing jobs report further fanned the flames of doubt. Nevertheless, eve
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To give you a reference point, the Federal Reserve targets an annual inflation rate of about 2%. The question is whether it's transitory (pushed higher by temporary supply chain issues), or whether it's here to stay, and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell might have just conceded that it's set to remain higher for much longer. It might be time to prepare for this new environment, and three Motley Fool contributors think Square (NYSE: SQ), GoodRx (NASDAQ: GDRX), and PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) are great ways to combat -- and even benefit from -- inflation.
Stock market woes intensified last week with the major indexes breaking key levels. Apple and Tesla lead five stocks to watch. Bitcoin plunged Saturday but rebounded somewhat Sunday.
The metaverse could be one of the biggest emerging product and service trends of 2022, but investors don't have to wait to build an early position in this potentially revolutionary trend. Recent market volatility has led to promising players in the space trading at fresh discounts, and some are worth buying before this year is out. With that in mind, a panel of Motley Fool contributors has identified three stocks that are primed to benefit from surging metaverse momentum.
(Bloomberg) -- Even by the volatile standards of Chinese stocks, the swings in Didi Global Inc. on Friday were extraordinary.Most Read from BloombergThe Hot New Trend For Hedge Funds Is—Finally—Female FoundersAutomating the War on Noise Pollution‘Ghost Signs’ Haunt London’s Reviving NeighborhoodsIn the span of just a few hours, shares of the ride-hailing giant flipped from a 16% gain to a 12% loss, bounced back into positive territory, then turned lower yet again. And that was all before the ope
The crypto's price dropped more than 20% at one point Saturday. The slide is tied to the Fed's signal that the end is coming soon for its pandemic-era bond buying.
Despite recent sell-offs, the Trump-connected SPAC company's share price has still posted huge gains.
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After rocketing higher in 2020 and early 2021, many growth stocks suddenly slammed on the brakes. Three Fool.com contributors think Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX), and Sea (NYSE: SE) are worth a buy right now. Nicholas Rossolillo (Zynga): Mobile video game developer Zynga has been absolutely clobbered this year.
Baron Funds, an asset management firm, published its “Baron FinTech Fund” third quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. A return of 2.65% was delivered by the fund’s institutional shares for the third quarter of 2021, compared to the S&P 500 Index, which appreciated 0.58%, and the FactSet Global […]
The market may have recently lost its taste for tech companies, but the long-term outlooks for MercadoLibre, United Microelectronics, and DocuSign remain impressive.
Shares of Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) fell another 22.7% in November, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. The company not only reported underwhelming earnings, but also sold off after China's Cyberspace Administrator asked another company to delist from U.S. exchanges, causing new worries for Chinese stocks like Alibaba that are also listed in the U.S. In the quarter ended in September, Alibaba grew revenue 29% and reported earnings per share of $1.74 per American depositary share (ADS).
Of course, many tech stocks have sold off sharply in recent months, but the driving force behind Zoom's nosedive is perception. Many investors still view Zoom as a "COVID stock," failing to see the company's relevance beyond the pandemic. Zoom is a video-first communications company.
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SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Oil prices rose by more than $1 a barrel on Monday after top exporter Saudi Arabia raised prices for its crude sold to Asia and the United States, and as indirect U.S.-Iran talks on reviving a nuclear deal appeared to hit an impasse. Brent crude futures for February gained $1.39, or 2%, to $71.27 a barrel by 0458 GMT while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude for January were at $67.66 a barrel, up $1.40, or 2.1%. On Sunday, Saudi Arabia raised January official selling prices for all crude grades sold to Asia and the United States by up to 80 cents from the previous month.