With traders in the Northern hemisphere now entering the summer period, a key question is around market volatility. Will market action in July and August be calmer or will the recent volatility continue?
Symbotic benefits from high wages and labour shortages
Symbotic, a warehouse robotics company backed by SoftBank, went public through a SPAC deal earlier in June. The share price jumped 120% by the end of the first day of trading on Nasdaq giving the company a valuation ...
Alibaba launched its first metaverse shopping centre at the end of May, just in time for China's 618 shopping festival, which officially started last Tuesday and will end on 18 June. 618 represents the 18th of June, ...
Amazon has rebounded more than 20% in the past two weeks, after losing nearly half its valuation since last July, when the share price began to fall on fears that the US Fed's tight monetary policy would hit ...
Could the VMware acquisition reverse Broadcom's negative trend?
US chipmaker Broadcom has announced plans to acquire cloud provider VMware in what could be one of the biggest deals of 2022. This would see Broadcom diversify into the enterprise software sector, but could it improve the weak market ...
This month, Instacart filed an application with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to go public. The growing demand for online grocery ordering and, of course, the pandemic, have driven the company's business in recent years.
China's "zero-covid" policy is weighing heavily on the economy, and Nio, one of China's most famous electric car manufacturers, has suffered a production stoppage due to a severely restrictive policy and a lack of parts from suppliers.
Timing your investment portfolio trades with historical trends
Seasonality refers to specific time periods during which stocks, sectors, and indices are exposed to and influenced by repeating tendencies that form patterns in investment valuation. This article will present you ...
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