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    Solar industry, AI chip stocks, Fed rate outlook: Market Domination

    The final trading hour of the day is here, and it brought Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton to break down the biggest market (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) stories and economic themes ahead of Thursday's closing bell. In today's episode of Market Domination, Wedbush senior equity analyst Dan Ives talks chipmaker earnings for this quarter as the AI chip trade recovers from yesterday's selloff. Former Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Thomas Hoenig outlines the Fed's patience in waiting to cut interest rates, reminding officials of historical examples of what could happen if you cut rates too fast. Other top trending tickers on the Yahoo Finance platform include Abbott Laboratories (ABT) after reporting second quarter earnings, Meta Platforms (META) as it seeks to buy a stake in European sunglass maker EssilorLuxottica (EL.PA, ESLOY), Broadcom (AVGO), and Blackstone (BX) on its latest earnings print; Julie Hyman interviewed Blackstone President and COO Jonathan Gray this morning. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.


    Nvidia Stock Slips. What’s Hurting the AI Chip Maker.

    The shares have been volatile in recent days as the market gauges potential risks to its supply chain.


    Chip Stocks Have Gotten Hammered. Why the Damage Might Be Overdone.

    The has dropped 8.1% from July 10 through Thursday’s close, while Nvidia stock has fallen 10%. Pushing them down: A weaker-than-expected inflation print that investors bet would give the Federal Reserve cover to cut interest rates in September; comments by former President Donald Trump, who said that he would force Taiwan to pay for the protection it receives from the U.S.; and news this week that the Biden Administration floated the possibility of stepped-up restrictions on certain semiconductor equipment makers’ sales to China. For starters, Nvidia, AMD, and Broadcom got about 20% of their total sales in the past 12 months from China, according to our calculations of FactSet data.