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Reddit stocks: what meme stocks are trending?
Reddit has become a hub for social-media driven traders and investors that have proven their ability to move the markets, injecting huge volatility into stocks like GameStop and AMC. But what stocks are grabbing attention on Reddit today?
Impossible Foods IPO: Everything you need to know about Impossible Foods
Plant-based tech start-up Impossible Foods is rumoured to be listing this year. Will it attract ESG investors, or has the Beyond Meat rollercoaster soured sentiment toward vegan stocks? Take a look at everything we know about the Impossible Foods IPO.
After a perfect storm in Q2 will the S&P500 rebound in Q3?
U.S stock markets are on track to lock in their worst first-half performance in decades. The S&P500 is currently down over 15% in the second quarter and on track to lock in an ~20% decline for the first half of the year.
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S&P500 building for a bear market end of month rally?
The S&P500 closed 2.33% higher overnight in its first session this week as the Juneteenth long weekend provided a circuit breaker, allowing investors to regroup after U.S equity markets plunged over 10% the past two weeks.
S&P500 is the short squeeze over already?
Despite data from China today that showed the Omicron outbreak appears under control and that Chinese economic data may have bottomed, it's been a disappointing day for U.S equity futures, giving back all of yesterday's gains and more
Amazon Q1 preview: Where next for Amazon stock?
Amazon is expected to see growth suffer a severe slowdown in 2022 and could struggle to grow earnings as profitability is squeezed.
Where next for Twitter stock amid Musk’s $44 billion takeover?
Twitter has accepted Elon Musk’s takeover offer after spending weeks fighting against it, but what does this mean for the company and its share price?
Boeing Q1 preview: Where next for BA stock?
Boeing has suffered heavy losses for three consecutive years, but markets expect things to improve in 2022.
Big Tech Q1 preview: Earnings season will test valuations
While Big Tech has enjoyed success as a group for many years, we are likely to see a bigger divergence in performance in 2022.
VinFast IPO: Everything you need to know about VinFast
Another electric vehicle company is about to enter the fray - Vietnamese company VinFast is going public to take advantage of the fast-growing EV market in North America. Find out everything you need to know ahead of the VinFast IPO.
Are meme stocks GME and AMC making a comeback?
The 2 stock price moves have been relatively small, as they haven’t even retraced to the 38.2% Fibonacci level from their all-time highs.
Asian Open: Positive lead from Wall Street, ASX looks set to challenge 7400
Equity markets continued to see the positives in the Fed’s aggressive stance on hikes, helping Wall Street March higher.
European Open: Oil hits an 8-year high ahead of OPEC meeting
The significance of OPEC’s meeting has diminished somewhat with Russia stealing headlines, and four key members intending to stick to raising output by 400k bpd.
Earnings Previews: Where next for the Glencore and BHP share prices?
Mining stocks are riding high as commodity prices climb higher. We explain what to expect from upcoming earnings out from Glencore and BHP.
US stocks 2021 year in review: “Big tech” stocks extend their run of dominance
Every single major sector rose this year, led by energy and real estate, and even the lagging consumer staples, utilities and communication services stocks rose by nearly 20% on (a capitalization-weighted) average...
Big Tech stocks: What will they face in 2022?
Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, Meta and Netflix have delivered record earnings and hit all-time highs in 2021, but can Big Tech keep up the momentum as we enter 2022?
European Open: Asian Equities lower ahead of central bank meetings
Asian equity markets were mostly lower overnight as ahead of several central bank meetings this week, including FOMC, ECB, BOE and BOJ.
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Top US Stocks: Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup
US banks are on the rise before the bell today after beating expectations in the third quarter, UnitedHealth ups guidance, TSMC warns capacity will remain tight until 2022, Walgreens posts improved sales and profitability, and Domino’s posts a surprise sales slowdown in the US.
Netflix Q3 preview: Where next for Netflix shares?
Netflix has suffered from a slowdown after experiencing a surge in subscribers during lockdown last year, but investors hope additions picked up again in the latest quarter. We explain what to expect and consider how Netflix shares could react.
Top US Stocks: JPMorgan, Blackrock and Delta Air Lines
JPMorgan strikes a buoyant tone as it kicks off earnings season for the banks, Blackrock beats expectations, Delta Air Lines warns of soaring fuel costs, Apple is forced to cut iPhone 13 production, Hasbro’s CEO passes away, and Qualcomm launches a new buyback.
Top US Stocks: Tesla, NVIDIA and GSK
Tesla output in China hits new record, EU to prolong investigation into NVIDIA-Arm deal, buyers line-up for GSK’s consumer business, American Airlines set to beat expectations, Southwest tries to get back on track, and MGM Resorts, Nike and Square are all upgraded.
Wells Fargo Q3 preview: Where next for Wells Fargo shares?
Wells Fargo is the bank to watch if interest rates head higher next year as anticipated, but how will demand for loans shape-up in the meantime? We look at what to expect from the earnings and consider how Wells Fargo shares could react.
Top US Stocks: Merck, Tesla and Southwest Airlines
Merck seeks approval for Covid-19 pill, Tesla eyes German production starting next month, Southwest has a tough weekend, Global Payments is open to major M&A, Emerson strikes a deal with AspenTech, Hasbro’s CEO takes leave, and Cleveland-Cliffs enters the scrap metal game.