Commodity Channel Index
|Bid||18.17 x 3100|
|Ask||18.70 x 1100|
|Day's Range||18.19 - 18.57|
|52 Week Range||14.87 - 21.69|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||40.30|
|Earnings Date||Aug 07, 2023 - Aug 11, 2023|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.20 (1.08%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 14, 2023|
|1y Target Est||23.98|
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The Realtor.com® April Rental Report found that the U.S. rental market experienced single-digit growth for the ninth month in a row after 15 months of slowing. Median rent across the top 50 metros was up just 0.3% year-over-year, the lowest growth rate since the onset of the pandemic. The median asking rent was $1,734, up by $4 from last month, but down by $43 from the peak.
News ( NASDAQ:NWSA ) Third Quarter 2023 Results Key Financial Results Revenue: US$2.45b (down 1.8% from 3Q 2022). Net...
U.S. stocks ended slightly lower on Friday, led by weaker megacap shares following their recent rally, as data showed U.S. consumer sentiment dropped to a six-month low. Tesla Inc shares fell 2.3% after jumping more than 2% on Thursday, when its CEO Elon Musk announced he had found a new chief executive for Twitter. The S&P 500 technology sector was down 0.2%, while the consumer discretionary index fell 0.9%.
The stock market had a tough session on Friday, as investors worried about the looming possibility of a U.S. government default on its sovereign debt. As of 2 p.m. ET, the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) was leading other major benchmarks lower, falling about 0.6%. First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR) and News Corp (NASDAQ: NWS) gave their investors some positive things to think about, and that helped lift their shares dramatically.
US STOCKS-Indexes drop with tech-related shares; consumer sentiment falls
Wall Street's main indexes fell on Friday as U.S. consumer sentiment slumped to a six-month low, indicating that rapid interest rate hikes were starting to hurt economic growth, while Tesla shares shed their initial gains. Consumer sentiment in May dropped to its lowest reading since last November as a standoff to raise the federal government's borrowing cap fanned worries about the economy's outlook.
The Yahoo Finance Live team breaks down New Corp's stock, the company's Q3 revenue, and its advertising growth.
Wall Street's main indexes struggled to gain on Friday as U.S. consumer sentiment slumped to a six-month low, indicating the rapid interest rate hikes were starting to hurt economic growth, while Tesla shares shed their initial gains. Consumer sentiment in May dropped to its lowest reading since last November as a standoff to raise the federal government's borrowing cap fanned worries about the economy's outlook.
News Corporation's (NWSA) third-quarter 2023 results reflect a year-over-year decline in both earnings and revenues.
The Yahoo Finance Live team discusses the rise of News Corp stock on Q3 earnings beat after using cost-cutting measures.
Investing.com --Shares in News Corp (NASDAQ:NWS) jumped in early U.S. trading on Friday after the media group posted better-than-estimated third-quarter results despite a dip in advertising revenue.
The New York-based media company, which owns the Journal, HarperCollins Publishers and news organizations in the U.K. and Australia, said revenue fell 1.8% to $2.45 billion for the quarter ended March 31. “In a period in which advertising was clearly insipid in certain parts of the world, our core non-advertising revenue has been particularly robust,” Chief Executive Robert Thomson said. News Corp shares were up 4.6% in after-hours trading.
These are some of the stocks making moves in after-hours trade on May 11, 2023.
News Corp. (NWSA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 50% and 2.03%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2023. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith examines several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
At a time when most media companies are struggling with a tough advertising market, News Corp's revenue got a boost from its 2021 acquisition of U.S. oil pricing agency Oil Price Information Service to bolster its data and analytics offerings. News Corp said it expects to achieve at least $160 million in annualized savings from its previously announced 5% reduction in workforce, or about 1,250 employees. Meanwhile, Chief Executive Robert Thomson spoke about the potential impact of generative AI, which generates new content in response to a user prompt, on the company during a call with analysts on Thursday.
Media conglomerate News Corp on Thursday posted third-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates, boosted by growing digital subscriptions across its professional data and news platforms. The company's move to bolster its business data and analytics offerings with the acquisition of U.S. oil pricing agency Oil Price Information Service has added a big boost to its Dow Jones division at a time when media companies are struggling with a tough advertising market.
NEW YORK, May 11, 2023--News Corporation ("News Corp" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV) today reported financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2023.
It hasn't been the best quarter for News Corporation ( NASDAQ:NWSA ) shareholders, since the share price has fallen 19...
News Corporation's (NWSA) third-quarter fiscal 2023 performance is likely to have benefited from the robust demand for carbon credit indices and the integration of OPIS and CMA.
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SAN FRANCISCO, May 04, 2023--TuneIn, the world’s leading live-streaming audio service, announced today a new commercial partnership with Dow Jones to launch the WSJ Radio channel on TuneIn, with curated audio content from Dow Jones’s award-winning publications: The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, MarketWatch and Investor’s Business Daily. The WSJ Radio channel will feature Dow Jones’s trusted journalism, unmatched exclusives and insightful coverage of the business world and beyond.
The U.S. housing market continues to face strong affordability headwinds, including a low inventory of homes for sale which, while up in April, is still well below pre-pandemic levels as fewer new sellers opt to list their home (-21.3%) compared to last year, according to the Realtor.com® Monthly Housing Trends Report released today. Additionally, while listing prices were up slightly (+2.5%) in April, annual listing price growth has decelerated for 10 months in a row and could decline year over