And she's not happy about it.
And she's not happy about it.
Share prices of Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) and Nio (NYSE: NIO) are down over 10% since Monday. Let's dive into Lucid and Nio to see if each company has what it takes to endure today's short-term pain for a potential long-term gain.
It has been a little over a year since Palantir Technologies' (NYSE: PLTR) much-celebrated initial public offering, which saw the stock jump nearly 150% from its initial trade through September. Palantir is a data analytics company that sells to both the government and the private sector. Its tech is well regarded, and credited both with helping the Pentagon find Osama bin Laden and with sniffing out the Bernie Madoff fraud.
AT&T (NYSE: T) was once considered a stable blue-chip stock for income investors. AT&T's decline can be traced back to three big mistakes. First, it bought DirecTV for $49 billion in 2015 in an ill-fated attempt to expand its pay-TV business.
Chinese company DiDi Global announced that it intends to delist from the New York Stock Exchange due to pressures from Beijing. Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi, Brian Cheung, and Julie Hyman discuss the market reaction.
Each of these stocks has been "trampled on unjustly," the Mad Money host says.
For his first "Executive Decision" segment of his Mad Money program Thursday night, host Jim Cramer spoke with George Kurtz, co-founder and CEO of CrowdStrike Holdings , the cybersecurity company. Kurtz said it's no surprise that CrowdStrike was ranked No. 1 in the "Fortune Future 50" list for 2021. Kurtz added that most cyber attacks occur because companies are using legacy systems that just can't keep up with the speed at which attacks are occurring.
Shares of Virgin Galactic Holdings (NYSE: SPCE) dropped 9.9% this week, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. Virgin Galactic is an aerospace company building rockets to take humans to space, either for recreational or research purposes, with the hopes of revolutionizing how we travel across the globe. The company went public through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) back in 2019 and has since traded wildly, falling in and out of favor and becoming a popular meme stock along the way.
Shares of C3.ai (NYSE: AI) tumbled out of the gate Thursday, plunging as much as 18.7%, though the stock recovered somewhat, ending the day down just 11.2%. For the fiscal second quarter (ended Oct. 31), C3.ai delivered revenue of $58.3 million, up 41% year over year, driven by subscription revenue of $47.4 million, up 32%. The company's remaining performance obligation (RPO), which consists of contractually obligated sales that have yet to be recognized as revenue, surged to $465.5 million, up more than 74% year over year, suggesting that business will continue to thrive for the foreseeable future.
Yahoo Finance Live host Julie Hyman breaks down several of the leading national headlines.
Folks who prefer the broad selection cable offers but want the convenience of streaming are gravitating to fuboTV. Let me try to answer that question and determine whether the crash creates an opportunity for long-term investors to buy fuboTV stock. Interestingly, when fuboTV announced fiscal third-quarter results on Nov. 9, it revealed impressive growth.
Making money for shareholders has been in Warren Buffett's blood since taking over as CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) in 1965. Over that time, he's led Berkshire to an average annual gain of about 20%, which translates into aggregate gains, including the year-to-date performance of the Class A shares (BRK.A), of approximately 3,500,000%. Based on the latest 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Berkshire Hathaway has stakes in 45 securities.
Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman relates how the November jobs report and decreasing oil prices influence the perception of the Biden administration's performance.
Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferre details how the market is doing amid Omicron variant cases in 38 countries and November's job report.
Shares of Arrival (NASDAQ: ARVL) ended November down 43.2% from where they started the month, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence, as the electrical vehicle (EV) start-up issued a disappointing earnings report that also warned there would be further delays for when an actual EV would roll off the assembly line. It followed up with an announcement that it would be diluting shareholders with a secondary stock offering of 25 million shares (with a total of as much as 28.7 million if the underwriters want in) in a bid to raise around $330 million in cash as well as issuing convertible notes worth an additional $200 million. Going public via special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) still generates a lot of interest from investors, but that doesn't mean all the companies taking advantage of the reverse merger process are ready for prime-time investment.
When it comes to healthcare companies, sometimes it pays to steer clear of crowd favorites. Today, I'll be weighing in on two healthcare stocks that I plan to avoid for the foreseeable future. The generic drugmaker Teva Pharmaceuticals (NYSE: TEVA) is a risky stock that's easy to mistake for a stalwart.
In the U.S., we now have Meta Platforms, Inc.(NASDAQ: FB), but in Latin America, there's soon going to be Meka. Meka is a partnership between e-commerce giant MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI) and venture capital firm Kaszek, which was founded to invest in leading Latin American technology companies. Between its incredible growth and new stakes in early-stage tech companies -- is MercadoLibre on course to become one of the biggest technology companies in the world?
The Yahoo Finance Live hosts review notable market performances as markets and stocks react to the November jobs report.
Shares of DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) were crushed in early trading Friday, plunging as much as 41.4%. While DocuSign's revenue and earnings beat estimates, several factors suggest rapidly decelerating revenue growth. For its fiscal 2022 third quarter (ended Oct. 31), DocuSign delivered revenue of $545.5 million, up 42% year over year, driven by subscription revenue of $528.6 million, up 44%.
The financial institution is partnering with one of the world's leading cryptocurrency exchanges.
The social sharing site is having difficulty overcoming doubts about growth in a post-pandemic world.