Nio (NYSE: NIO) stock soared this morning and was trading up a solid 9% at 10:20 a.m. ET. Nio's latest expansion plans are reassuring investors about the company's growth potential even as they realize Nio's stock price may not be hit too hard if the company makes a bold move similar to the one a Chinese stock made today. Aside from its domestic market, China, the only other market Nio has entered so far is Norway, where it first launched its SUV, ES8, in September and opened a Nio House in October last year.
General Electric explores the potential for 100% hydrogen fuel. Hydrogen fuel stock investors rejoice.
With GameStop's share gains yesterday and so far today, it could certainly generate a squeeze as short-sellers rush to cover their positions. It's why it's not wise to short a stock like the video game retailer or fellow meme stock AMC Entertainment since, as economist John Maynard Keynes once noted, the market can be irrational longer than you can remain solvent. The stock has rallied sharply higher, giving hope to belief the MOASS finally arrived, only to quickly give up all the gains and more.
The company's protein-based shot has been authorized or approved in several other countries, including the U.K. and Singapore.
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Shares of cloud computing company Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX) fell sharply this morning after that the company reported a third-quarter loss that was far worse than expected and issued revenue guidance that was below Wall Street's average estimate. Nutanix's third-quarter sales increased 17% from the year-ago quarter to $403.7 million and beat analysts' consensus estimate of $397.9 million. Nutanix's diluted loss per share of $0.50 in the quarter was an improvement from a loss of $0.60 in the year-ago quarter, but it was far worse than the loss of $0.22 that Wall Street was expecting.
Yahoo Finance Live’s Emily McCormick breaks down the stock rise for Broadcom and VMware after an acquisition deal was announced.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss quarterly earnings for Alibaba.
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Investors are looking past a lackluster quarter to focus on the company's bigger-picture overhaul.
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Wednesday was yet another strong day for oil and gas stocks, but shares of natural gas companies stood out, with many soaring by double-digit percentages. Range Resources is a Texas-based natural gas exploration and production company with major operations in the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania. The company also produces natural gas liquids and crude oil, but almost 70% of its production is natural gas.
The company's photos have been all over the news. Now the U.S. awarded it a major, long-term contract.
Shares of AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC) are rising 5% higher as of 11:05 a.m. ET on Thursday on no company-specific news, but rather in sympathy with fellow meme stock GameStop (NYSE: GME), which has been putting on a clinic of double-digit gains over several days. GameStop has been the most talked-about stock on the WallStreetBets subreddit, so that AMC is riding its coattails is not a surprise. What keeps meme stock traders animated is the hope that a massive short squeeze will send shares soaring.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss the stock rebound for chipmaker Nvidia.
For the second day in a row, shares of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) stock zoomed higher on Thursday -- and indeed, after shooting up 4.9% yesterday, Tesla's 5.8% gain as of 11:15 a.m. ET today suggests that momentum may be building behind the electric cars stock. Once again, you can thank Cathie Wood for that. As I pointed out yesterday, on Monday and Tuesday this week, growth investor Wood swooped in to buy nearly 42,000 Tesla shares for her various ARK ETF funds.
‘As more millennials reach age 40, their household formation rate will accelerate due to higher marriage rates and more stable incomes.’
Investors can't seem to get behind U.S. telecom giant AT&T (NYSE: T). The stock price is down almost 16% from a decade ago, enough price action for most to declare the stock "dead." The company was purely focused on telecom, then became a media conglomerate.
Twitter did not provide any details about the proposed takeover offer from billionaire Elon Musk at its annual shareholder meeting.
2022 hasn't been a vintage year so farfor industrial giant General Electric (NYSE: GE). If GE Healthcare misses its earnings expectations, then the spinoff might not get the price that management hopes, and the 19.9% stake retained by GE will not be worth as much as many expect.