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Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V.
Sony Group Corporation
Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A.
Nu Holdings Ltd.
Palantir Technologies Inc.
Spotify Technology S.A.
Vulcan Materials Company
Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
Ingersoll Rand Inc.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
ASE Technology Holding Co., Ltd.
Carnival Corporation & plc
Carnival Corporation & plc
Open Text Corporation
Lennox International Inc.
CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V.
Vipshop Holdings Limited
Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.
Core & Main, Inc.
Toll Brothers, Inc.
Tesla shares popped after the company announced its EV charging partnership with GM. Netflix's stock rose after data from Antenna showed a jump in subscribers as the company's password sharing crackdown kicked off in the U.S. Yahoo Finance Live breaks down some of the trending tickers of the day.
Netflix subscriptions in the U.S. are reportedly rising despite the streaming service's new password crackdown. Yahoo Finance entertainment reporter Allie Canal joins the Live show to discuss how investor sentiment and Netflix's new ad-tier service are impacting the stock.
Palantir (NYSE: PLTR), a leading software company, is getting enormous interest as investors look to invest in companies benefiting from the AI tailwind. As such, they should at least know these two aspects of Palantir before buying its stock. Founded in 2003 to build software for counterterrorism operations, Palantir has evolved into a significant player in the software industry, serving government agencies in Western countries and sectors such as energy, transportation, financial services, and healthcare.
The cruise line is making some changes that some passengers will welcome. Others might not like the added scrutiny.
The cruise company's shares have risen more than 63% since January. The ride could soon come to an end.
Why the market might be missing the greatness in CrowdStrike's earnings. How Marc Benioff found religion when it comes to cutting costs at Salesforce. Motley Fool senior analyst Jason Moser explains how the financial times keep changing and what it means for fintech.
One of them is Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX). The streaming services stock has skyrocketed higher, earning shareholders a 44% gain year to date. While Netflix investors are likely happy with the year-to-date gain, such a big move prompts an important question.
Whether Apple can take headsets out of its gaming niche. A simple pack of casino playing cards leads Motley Fool producer Ricky Mulvey and senior analyst Asit Sharma on an exploration of how old products can become new again. To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool's free podcasts, check out our podcast center.
Ever since the pandemic broke out, Carnival (NYSE: CCL) has been one of the top battleground stocks on the market. The world's biggest cruise line got hit arguably harder than any other stock as cruises were shut down for the better part of the year, and subsequent COVID-19 variants delayed recovery in the industry. In fact, one Wall Street analyst thinks the stock could rally another 38%.
Graphic design has been dominated by Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) for decades, but AI threatened that lead. The company's most recent AI announcements show it's here to stay, and that's what Travis Hoium and Jon Quast discuss in this video.
Top materials stocks this month include Snowline Gold Corp. (SNWGF), Patriot Battery Metals Inc. (PMETF), and NGEx Minerals Ltd. (NGXXF), the share prices of which have each risen more than 150% in the last year. The Materials Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLB) fell 6% over the past 12 months, while the Russell 1000 Index rose by 4%. Here are the top three materials stocks with the best value, the fastest growth, and the most momentum.
Shares of cloud-based agreement-service provider, DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) briefly surged in response to a quarterly report that, in some ways, was better than expected. Now, DocuSign shares are around 82% below the all-time high they set in 2021. The latest quarter wasn't the first time that Docusign beat analyst expectations.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is the creator of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac line of computers and notebooks, to name just a few of its iconic products. It enters an arena dominated by Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META), which became synonymous with virtual reality when the company changed its name from Facebook in 2021. The social media giant has been focused heavily on developing virtual worlds, often referred to as metaverses.
(Bloomberg) -- The flurry of departures from Credit Suisse Group AG this week showed no signs of stopping with three more managing directors leaving for Banco Santander SA, people with knowledge of the matter said.Most Read from BloombergJeff Bezos Has Gained $10 on Mystery Purchase of One Amazon ShareAmericans Are Leaving Portugal as Golden Visa Honeymoon EndsOdey Sacked From His Hedge Fund Firm After Assault AllegationsCrypto Weekend Slump Compounds Jitters of Investors Already on EdgeTrump Tr
The broader Zacks Construction sector is very attractive at the moment boasting 20 stocks that currently sport a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy). One of the standout industries in the space is the Building Products-Home Builders Industry which is currently in Zacks top 2%.
Apple is entering the world of virtual reality. The device allows users to experience virtual reality and any content available on a computer monitor overlaid on the real world. In a video at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Chief Executive Tim Cook called the Vision Pro a new “spatial computing” platform.
Shortly after the change, the streaming service had its highest rate of sign-ups since Antenna began tracking data in 2019.
While the world goes gaga for Apple's mixed reality headset, Qualcomm might be solving a real AI pain point.
The Zacks Construction sector has seen near-term optimism from analysts as of late, helping land it into the #1 spot of all 16 Zacks sectors.
Markets posted a winning day on Friday, June 9, 2023, to top off a winning week on optimism the Fed may pause its interest rate hike cycle next week.
A federal judge in Seattle rejected the proposed dismissal of a lawsuit targeting Apple and Amazon for inflating the prices of iPhones and iPads on Thursday (June 9).
Netflix stock got its third price-target hike this week as Wall Street weighs the video streamer's crackdown on account-sharing.
After years of rumors, whispers, and unsubstantiated reports, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) finally revealed what was arguably the worst-kept secret in Silicon Valley. At the company's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple unveiled its long-awaited mixed reality headset, dubbed Vision Pro. It merges virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) into mixed reality, a combination of the two.
In addition to betting billions on Apple and Microsoft, the best mutual funds have lasered in on software and semiconductors.
After Apple's Vision Pro headset reveal, investor attention is shifting to the next potential catalyst for Apple stock: the iPhone 15.