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Follow this list to discover and track stocks with the highest net cash balances.
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Follow this list to discover and track stocks with the highest net cash balances. To calculate net cash, we subtract current liabilities from cash and cash equivalents. Companies with large cash balances tend to be more robust during times of economic uncertainty and are able to continue to finance their growth by reinvesting in their businesses and generating greater ROI.
The list includes stocks priced at $5 or more with a three-month average daily trading volume in excess of 200,000 shares. This list is generated daily and sorted by market cap; the gains are based on the latest closing price and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.
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|Watchlist||Change today||1-month return||1-year return||Total return|
|Cash-rich companies stocks||+1.81%||-||-||-|
|Symbol||Company name||Last price||Change||% change||Market time||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap|
|MSFT||Microsoft Corporation||271.91||-0.32||-0.12%||2:53 pm GMT-4||22.20M||32.02M||2,024.04B|
|GOOGL||Alphabet Inc.||104.275||+3.06||+3.02%||2:53 pm GMT-4||29.15M||39.06M||1,355.95B|
|GOOG||Alphabet Inc.||105.06||+3.13||+3.07%||2:53 pm GMT-4||22.20M||31.64M||1,352.69B|
|BRK-B||Berkshire Hathaway Inc.||303.23||+2.17||+0.72%||2:53 pm GMT-4||2.20M||3.85M||669.03B|
|META||Meta Platforms, Inc.||201.24||+3.43||+1.73%||2:53 pm GMT-4||24.63M||32.46M||527.69B|
|TSM||Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited||92.22||+2.18||+2.42%||2:53 pm GMT-4||8.92M||13.31M||478.25B|
|BABA||Alibaba Group Holding Limited||83.645||+2.64||+3.27%||2:53 pm GMT-4||13.02M||21.07M||221.82B|
|PROSY||Prosus N.V.||14.0389||+0.01||+0.06%||2:36 pm GMT-4||146.36k||388.27k||213.62B|
|MS||Morgan Stanley||88.64||+3.00||+3.50%||2:53 pm GMT-4||5.37M||7.78M||148.47B|
|GS||The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.||317.57||+8.04||+2.60%||2:53 pm GMT-4||1.84M||2.97M||106.36B|
|PDD||Pinduoduo Inc.||78.105||-0.81||-1.02%||2:53 pm GMT-4||12.60M||8.83M||98.76B|
|NTES||NetEase, Inc.||85.84||-0.03||-0.03%||2:52 pm GMT-4||488.54k||1.58M||56.38B|
|BIDU||Baidu, Inc.||151.22||+1.04||+0.69%||2:53 pm GMT-4||2.27M||3.91M||52.25B|
|NTDOY||Nintendo Co., Ltd.||9.52||-0.03||-0.31%||2:37 pm GMT-4||377.24k||1.05M||44.33B|
|RCRUY||Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd.||5.235||+0.00||+0.09%||2:36 pm GMT-4||191.64k||591.82k||41.98B|
|FANUY||Fanuc Corporation||17.3989||-0.02||-0.12%||2:36 pm GMT-4||75.64k||255.12k||33.19B|
|BNTX||BioNTech SE||133.63||+1.55||+1.17%||2:53 pm GMT-4||360.79k||689.05k||32.43B|
|SLF||Sun Life Financial Inc.||45.52||+0.46||+1.02%||2:47 pm GMT-4||254.96k||532.13k||26.69B|
|GMAB||Genmab A/S||36.58||+0.62||+1.72%||2:53 pm GMT-4||201.36k||541.14k||24.13B|
|BEKE||KE Holdings Inc.||18.845||+0.45||+2.47%||2:53 pm GMT-4||3.69M||9.54M||23.61B|
|LI||Li Auto Inc.||23.56||+0.72||+3.15%||2:53 pm GMT-4||3.92M||7.93M||22.99B|
|UMC||United Microelectronics Corporation||8.675||-0.07||-0.86%||2:53 pm GMT-4||3.78M||7.71M||22.16B|
|BZ||Kanzhun Limited||19.02||+1.17||+6.55%||2:53 pm GMT-4||1.53M||2.53M||14.92B|
|SGIOY||Shionogi & Co., Ltd.||11.105||-0.06||-0.49%||2:32 pm GMT-4||45.73k||254.98k||13.24B|
|RIVN||Rivian Automotive, Inc.||13.645||+0.63||+4.80%||2:53 pm GMT-4||16.81M||32.10M||12.05B|
|YMM||Full Truck Alliance Co. Ltd.||7.295||+0.26||+3.62%||2:53 pm GMT-4||2.19M||6.94M||8.09B|
|JEF||Jefferies Financial Group Inc.||31.355||+0.60||+1.97%||2:53 pm GMT-4||726.88k||1.59M||7.09B|
|XP||XP Inc.||11.785||+0.31||+2.75%||2:53 pm GMT-4||3.60M||5.42M||6.60B|
|ATHM||Autohome Inc.||30.555||+0.40||+1.31%||2:53 pm GMT-4||184.53k||644.92k||3.84B|
|TGS||Transportadora de Gas del Sur S.A.||9.04||+0.47||+5.48%||2:52 pm GMT-4||179.52k||253.69k||2.94B|
Expectations on the Fed’s next move for interest rates have been a mixed bag in recent weeks. From bets on a 50-basis point hike, to no hike at all, to a view of a 25 basis point rate hike. The expectation whiplash kicked into high gear after the sudden bank failures- sending a wave stress throughout the banking system. “The Fed is going to have to be really careful about forward guidance here and potentially not give a whole lot of it because they're not omnipotent. They don't know what's coming down the pike,” says Chris Konstantinos, RiverFront Investment Group Chief Investment Strategist. Markets will be eager to see the Fed’s tone as they face tensions on financial stability and the risk of inflation. “They have to strike a balance. I think if their message is too far towards price stability, or to much towards financial stability, or inflation stability- too much in either direction- I think is going to be tough for the market to take,“ says Konstantinos Yahoo! Finance's Julie Hyman and Brad Smith speak with Chris Konstantinos in a full interview here. Key video moments: 00:00:14 Fed guidance 00:00:52 Fed striking a balance 00:01:21 Rate hike pause
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