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This list will track the publicly traded companies that are making bets, big and small, on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Yahoo Finance will update this list as new companies enter the crypto space.
Foreign firms led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. grabbed the first three places in Japan’s merger advisory rankings last year, handling deals worth a combined 44.6 trillion yen ($403 billion), according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Nomura Holdings Inc., Japan’s largest investment bank, slipped out of the top three for the first time since 2016. Japan’s bankers are falling behind partly because of the high proportion of M&A deals involving foreign targets, where they are less well placed to provide advice, said Tomonori Ito, a professor at Hitotsubashi University.
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The Latest Trends in Tech: NVIDIA, Apple, and Amazon(Continued from Prior Part)The crypto hangover has adversely affected NVIDIA One of the biggest beneficiaries of the cryptocurrency hype was NVIDIA (NVDA), whose stock rose 950% between February
Hewlett Packard's (HPE) first-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to benefit from the growing momentum in Intelligent Edge and Compute Value business.
Garmin's (GRMN) fourth-quarter 2018 results are likely to benefit from its expanding product portfolio. However, weak personal navigation device space remains a concern.
Intuit's (INTU) second-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to gain from the growing adoption of QuickBooks Online and TurboTax Live offering.
The Latest Trends in Tech: NVIDIA, Apple, and AmazonNVIDIA’s revenue fell 24%, but investors had feared worse On February 14, chip maker NVIDIA (NVDA) announced its fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter earnings results for the quarter that ended on January
This week, the economic news shifts back to the Australian Dollar. The week will start with the Aussie supported by the resumption of trade talks between the United States and China, but this time in Washington. Both parties cited progress in last week’s trade talks which took place in Beijing.
Risk appetite delivers early moves across the riskier asset classes. With a light economic calendar, vehicle sales out of China will be of interest.
After years without a challenge, the company is seeing its graphic processors meet a new wave of competition. That could spell bad news for investors.