Higher prices and empty shelves impacting customers.
Higher prices and empty shelves impacting customers.
Thousands of PG&E customers experienced power outages Monday
In this updated daily bar chart of AUPH, below, we can see that prices rallied into late September before correcting lower for a few days. AUPH is trading above the rising 50-day moving average line and the rising 200-day line. AUPH is roughly twice the level of the 200-day line so they are considered extended or overbought in some circles.
Transitioning to green energy will take time. Meanwhile, governments bring back the dirtiest of fossil fuels.
Giant auto maker Ford's earnings, operating profit, and sales all topped Wall Street's views. The reinstated dividend was icing on the cake.
When it comes to investing success, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett is in a class of his own. Buffett may not be infallible, but he's helped create more than $600 billion in shareholder value for the company's shareholders since taking the helm in 1965. As a whole, Berkshire Hathaway's shares have averaged an annual gain of 20% over the past 56 years, leading to an aggregate gain of better than 3,300,000%.
Chip IP and tech firm Arteris jumped in its market debut; CEO Charles Janac joined Yahoo Finance to discuss company prospects and the ongoing global chip shortage.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (NYSE: TSM) founder Morris Chang for the first time directly and publicly questioned Washington's efforts to rebuild semiconductor manufacturing despite TSM's move to build an advanced chip facility in the U.S. state of Arizona, Nikkei Asia reports "Even after you spend hundreds of billions of dollars, you will still find the supply chain to be incomplete, and you will find that it will be very high cost, much higher costs than what you currently have,"
KPMG, one of the Big Four accounting firms, is changing the benefits and compensation for its employees in a move the chief executive characterized as a way to “make the complicated simple” and give its workers “the flexibility they need.” Employers are working to attract and retain employees with generous benefits and enhanced flexibility. “I believe part of my job is to build support systems that help our people when they need it most,” KPMG Chairman and CEO Paul Knopp said in a statement highlighting the changes.
United said an extension of a temporary restraining order would "impose irreparable and significant harm on United. It would also be unfair to United’s vaccinated employees."
Oil futures decline on Wednesday, with U.S. prices pulling back from a seven-year high after U.S. government data show a rise in domestic crude inventories, along with a drop in stockpiles at a key crude delivery hub.
'Rent the Runway' CEO Jennifer Hyman joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the clothing subscription services initial public offering Wednesday.
Exxon is exploiting a unique Texas courthouse procedure to intimidate global warming activists.
At this point, it’ll take a surge in production by OPEC+ or a COVID resurgence to knock the bull market off course.
DETROIT (Reuters) -Detroit automakers Ford Motor Co and General Motors Co both took advantage of insatiable demand from U.S. consumers for trucks and SUVs to offset the pain caused by supply chain bottlenecks. But both automakers warned investors that the cost pressures created by disruptions in the global semiconductor supply chain and price spikes for other commodities will continue well into next year. For the Detroit automakers, that means sustaining a complex juggling act: Pushing the price envelope on popular vehicles such as the Ford F-150 or Cadillac Escalade while scrambling to stabilize flows of semiconductors and keeping a lid on the costs of raw materials from steel to aluminum to magnesium.
Dr. Ben Weston, Milwaukee COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center Medical Director, talks about the process of approving the COVID-19 vaccine for children and the global fight against COVID-19.
Growth investing is one of two main fundamental investment strategies, the other being value investing. Investors employing a growth investing strategy will typically place the majority of their portfolio in growth stocks, which are shares of companies with earnings or sales expected to grow at a significantly faster rate than the rest of the market. The primary way that investors expect to earn profits from growth investing is through capital gains.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Oil prices fell on Wednesday after U.S. crude oil stockpiles rose more than expected, even as fuel inventories dropped and tanks at the nation's largest storage hub emptied further. The bigger-than-expected rise in U.S. crude stocks gave some investors an impetus to unload long positions after strong gains in recent weeks brought both the Brent and U.S. crude benchmarks to multi-year highs. Brent oil futures ended down $1.82, or 2.1%, to $84.58 a barrel, after closing at a seven-year high on Tuesday.
Since the Great Recession ended more than 12 years ago, growth stocks have been the place to be. Driven by innovation, tech stocks have handily outperformed the benchmark S&P 500 over the past decade.
Oil futures settled with a loss of more than 2% on Wednesday after the Energy Information Administration reported a 4.3 million-barrel weekly climb in U.S. crude inventories and amid news that Iran may soon renew talks with world powers on a nuclear deal. Iran's chief negotiator, Ali Bagheri, said Wednesday that Iran will return to nuclear discussions before the end of November,
“It’s easy to live in this moment of craziness in the supply chain and dwell on it, but I’m personally confident that we’ll continue to manage and overcome what we’re dealing with today."