The U.S. retail investors get stronger   Stocks

The U.S. retail investors get stronger  

Over the last two days, retail traders sold $1.9 billion worth of shares, making it the most significant two-day outflow…

Asian shares rise from two-year lows   Stocks

Asian shares rise from two-year lows  

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 0.8%, falling to its lowest after July 2020 the day before.…

What To Expect in Crypto Markets This Week?Cryptocurrencies

What To Expect in Crypto Markets This Week?

Bitcoin has no experience with rising interest rates, providing risks to those hoping to profit from its steep decline. After…

Stock Futures Steady After Sell-OffStocks

Stock Futures Steady After Sell-Off

After a severe sell-off on Wall Street, U.S. stock futures began little changed Thursday evening, as doubts about the Federal Reserve’s capacity…

Is the Big Tech Thunder Already Over?Technology

Is the Big Tech Thunder Already Over?

Tech stocks may be in the bear market; however, nothing to worry about. This is not a dot-com crash. This…

MetLife Beats Profit Estimates as FeesStocks

MetLife Beats Profit Estimates as Fees

MetLife Inc (MET.N), a U.S. insurer, reported a higher-than-expected profit for the first quarter on Wednesday, as higher premiums and…

Asian Stocks UpStocks

Asian Stocks Up

Asia Pacific stocks were mostly higher on Wednesday morning, while bonds were under pressure ahead of the Federal Reserve’s latest policy decision…

Amazon Stock Is Still Getting Beat UpStocks

Amazon Stock Is Still Getting Beat Up

Amazon’s (AMZN) stock is still under pressure following a dismal first-quarter performance and second-quarter guidance despite a robust Wall Street…

Wall Street Set for Lower OpenStocks

Wall Street Set for Lower Open

The S&P 500 was likely to open broadly down on Monday as traders absorbed a slew of quarterly earnings reports…

“Danone”- businesses not for sale

Speculation CEO Antoine de Saint-Affrique has denied that Danone would contemplate selling one or more of its divisions. De Saint-Affrique…