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The mood has changed at the headquarters of Meta Platforms , parent of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, in Menlo Park, California. For months now, many economists have been anticipating a sharp downturn in the economy due to aggressive monetary policy by the Federal Reserve and central banks around the world to combat record price increases everywhere. The Russian war in Ukraine has further exacerbated the supply chain problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The CEO of social media giant Meta is pessimistic about the economy and is looking for ways to keep his company profitable.
Close to 12,000 fewer homes sold in April and May compared to the pre-pandemic average.
Last late-week rally in the markets quickly faded and this week is ending with declines in the major stock indexes. It’s the classic patter on the dead cat bounce, a brief recovery that is followed by more losses, and it has investors worried that there is no bottom in sight. Writing from the global markets strategy team, where he takes a broader look at the worldwide market situation, JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic lays out the headwinds running against US investors: “First and foremost, an unprece
Shares of Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) plunged this week after the company's stock received a price target cut, some analysts had a few negative comments about the chip market, and investors worried that comments made from another chip company about slowing demand might mean bad news for Nvidia as well. Investors panicked a bit on all this news and sent the semiconductor stock falling 15.3% over the past week. Nvidia started off the week with Morgan Stanley warning that there could be a potential slowdown in demand for graphics processors as Ethereum, a leading blockchain and cryptocurrency, switches to a proof-of-stake model and away from its current proof-of-work setup.
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Oppenheimer continues to expect strong fundamentals in the U.S. banking sector, even as fears of a recession heighten.
As the painful first half of 2022 ends, many income investors are hoping for some sort of relief. Many dividend stocks have seen their yields creep subtly higher in recent months as their share prices slowly trended lower. For income investors, the current environment has been quite hostile to dip-buyers. We've suffered quite a few short-lived bear market bounces this year. Many more are sure to follow. Though the likelihood of a V-shaped recovery is diminishing with every swift move lower, ther
The billionaire chief executive of Tesla is normally a prolific user of Twitter, which he is seeking to buy in a $44 billion takeover, but had not tweeted since June 21, his longest absence for years.
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Shares of Kohl's (NYSE: KSS) plummeted 26.9% this week compared to where they closed last Friday, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence, after the department store chain decided against selling itself and would instead remain an independent retailer. Kohl's has been the target of activist investors for more than a year amid growing disappointment with the retailer's direction. Although only one of the trio of hedge funds pushing for change was still around this year, it recently lost its attempt for a seat on Kohl's board.
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The current high inflation environment is often compared to the 1970s. But perhaps a more apt comparison would be to the 1870s.
Michael Burry called the stock market the “greatest speculative bubble of all time in all things” last year. Now, he’s arguing corporate earnings will take a hit, driving prices even lower.
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Shares of Nio (NYSE: NIO), a Chinese electric vehicle company, rose in early trading this morning after it reported strong vehicle deliveries both in June and the most recent quarter. The EV stock was down by 3.4% as of 2:12 p.m. ET. The good news for Nio shareholders today was the fact that the company delivered 12,961 vehicles in June, an impressive 60% increase from the year-ago quarter.