17.42k followers • 14 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance
This list will track the publicly traded companies that are making bets, big and small, on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Yahoo Finance will update this list as new companies enter the crypto space.
Curated by Yahoo Finance
As the market cap of bitcoin has soared to $300 billion, everyone wants to get into the space, but not everyone wants to actually buy coins. One way to get exposure to crypto is to buy shares of public companies exposed to crypto. Yahoo Finance is now tracking the big companies ($1 billion market cap or higher) that have dipped in to crypto.How did we choose these stocks?
This is an editorial, curated list. Our team of reporters uses their expertise to judge which companies have gotten involved enough in crypto to merit inclusion here.How are these weighted?
The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally based on price at the time they were added.
To read what every company on this list is doing that involves cryptocurrency, read this story.
|Watchlist||Change Today||1 Month Return||1 Year Return||Total Return|
|Top Crypto Bets||-1.16%||+35.62%||-11.58%||+197.28%|
|Symbol||Company Name||Last Price||Change||% Change||Market Time||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap|
|MSFT||Microsoft Corporation||203.38||-4.87||-2.34%||4:00 PM EDT||35.14M||35.63M||1,539.11B|
|V||Visa Inc.||197.77||+0.98||+0.50%||4:00 PM EDT||10.29M||8.45M||434.19B|
|NVDA||NVIDIA Corporation||434||-12.60||-2.82%||4:00 PM EDT||8.71M||11.83M||266.91B|
|PYPL||PayPal Holdings, Inc.||189.03||-4.29||-2.22%||4:00 PM EDT||9.07M||7.81M||221.79B|
|AMD||Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.||76.88||-5.36||-6.52%||4:00 PM EDT||77.01M||63.43M||90.26B|
|GS||The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.||211.06||+1.68||+0.80%||4:00 PM EDT||3.93M||3.57M||72.62B|
|SQ||Square, Inc.||138.25||-1.09||-0.78%||4:00 PM EDT||12.80M||13.71M||61.32B|
|CME||CME Group Inc.||168.12||+2.78||+1.68%||4:00 PM EDT||1.93M||1.93M||60.29B|
|NDAQ||Nasdaq, Inc.||130.47||-1.06||-0.81%||4:00 PM EDT||559.65k||732.07k||21.43B|
|IBKR||Interactive Brokers Group, Inc.||49.78||+0.23||+0.46%||4:00 PM EDT||402.04k||723.50k||20.68B|
|AMTD||TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation||37.8||+1.22||+3.34%||4:00 PM EDT||4.19M||4.03M||20.45B|
|CBOE||Cboe Global Markets, Inc.||88.82||+3.28||+3.83%||4:00 PM EDT||868.09k||781.14k||9.66B|
|OSTK||Overstock.com, Inc.||92||-3.58||-3.75%||4:00 PM EDT||9.91M||5.15M||3.71B|
|GBTC||Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC)||12.55||-1.14||-8.33%||4:00 PM EDT||7.94M||5.68M||2.21B|
The video game industry has undergone massive changes in the last two quarters due to the coronavirus pandemic. And analysts expect more to come.
Carl Tobias, Law Professor at the University of Richmond, joins The Final Round to discuss the latest on President Trump's executive order banning TikTok and if their chances of winning a lawsuit against the administration.
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox team delayed “Halo Infinite,” the biggest video game planned for the November launch of its new console, partly due to the challenges of working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak.The change was made “to ensure the team has adequate time to deliver a Halo game experience that meets our vision,” according to a statement posted on the Halo Twitter account.Halo is a multibillion-dollar franchise that began with the first Xbox almost two decades ago. The delay may hurt sales of the new Xbox Series X console, which the company confirmed will go on sale in November.Originally announced at the E3 2018 conference, Halo Infinite stayed under the radar until last month, when it was showcased during a video presentation for upcoming Xbox Series X games. Footage of the game was widely panned, with fans criticizing the graphics and gameplay. Shortly afterward, community manager John Junyszek wrote in a blog post that the team had heard fans’ feedback. “We do have work to do to address some of these areas and raise the level of fidelity and overall presentation for the final game,” he added.Microsoft cited delays resulting from a development team working at home during the pandemic. Some parts of video-game development are difficult to do remotely.Other games for Xbox and Sony Corp.’s PlayStation have been postponed and Microsoft gaming chief Phil Spencer said in May that the pandemic was hitting game development harder than the console-building schedule.343 Industries, the Microsoft game studio that builds Halo, has been rushing to finish the game and realized it wasn’t going to be possible by November. Even getting the demo ready for last month’s presentation was difficult, said a person familiar with the decision. Some of the finish and fidelity issues that plagued the demo can be improved with the additional time, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing internal deliberations. Even before Covid, Halo Infinite’s development had been turbulent. Last year, the game’s creative director and executive producer both left.(Updates with background on the game’s development from fourth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.