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19 Apr, 2024 / 19:00

Taylor Swift‘s latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” has joined forces with ByteDance’s TikTok. This ...

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19 Apr, 2024 / 18:46

Magnificent Seven stocks, including AI leader Nvidia, are among the best stocks to buy and watch in today's stock market.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 18:40

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19 Apr, 2024 / 17:35

Shares of Super Micro Computer (SMCI) are plunging after the server company announced its third quarter earnings date, but didn’t pre-announce its results. It has investors concerned the quarterly update may not be as bullish as they had hoped. Bitcoin (BTC-USD) is rising ahead of its much-anticipated halving, which is expected to happen this weekend. Other trending tickers on Yahoo Finance include Netflix (NFLX), Nvidia (NVDA), and American Express (AXP). Top guests today include: 3:05 p.m. ET - Alex Morris, F/m Investments President and Chief Investment Officer 3:15 p.m. ET - Stacy Rasgon, Bernstein Managing Director and Senior Analyst 4:05 p.m. ET - Karen Karniol-Tambour, Bridgewater Associates Co-Chief Investment Officer 4:20 p.m. ET - Brian Gardner, Stifel Chief Washington Policy Strategist Be sure to check out Yahoo Finance's Bitcoin halving: Explained to learn more.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 17:34

(Bloomberg) -- Netflix Inc. shares fell the most in nine months Friday, taking the shine off stellar first-quarter financial results following management’s decision to stop reporting quarterly subscriber data.Most Read from BloombergElon Wants His Money BackNew York’s Rich Get Creative to Flee State Taxes. Auditors Are On to ThemDubai Grinds to Standstill as Flooding Hits CityIsrael Reported to Have Launched Retaliatory Strike on Iran‘Mag Seven’ Get Crushed Before Next Week’s Results: Markets Wr

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19 Apr, 2024 / 17:16

Polen Capital, an investment management company, released its “Polen Global Growth Strategy” first-quarter 2024 investor letter. A copy of the letter can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the fund increased 8.10% gross and 7.81% net, respectively, trailing the MSCI ACW Index’s 8.20% return. The market dynamics that were in place at the end […]

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19 Apr, 2024 / 17:13

The announcement came in the midst of a blowout quarter, suggesting that the growth from the password crackdown and ad-supported tier might be waning. Plus, Meta’s updated must-see AI chatbot.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:53

Apple's offer to open its tap-and-go mobile payments system to rivals is set to be approved by EU antitrust regulators as soon as next month after it tweaked some of the terms, people familiar with the matter said. Apple's bid to settle the four-year investigation would help it dodge a finding of wrongdoing and stave off a potential hefty fine that could be as much as 10% of its global annual turnover. Apple's tap-and-go technology called near-field communication, or NFC, allows for contactless payments with mobile wallets.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:46

Streaming services have raised subscriptions costs in recent years with a potential for prices to keep increasing down the line. With inflation making its way through consumer goods and services, how are consumers feeling about these price increases? Will they continue to opt in to select services or should streaming companies like Amazon Prime Video (AMZN) be worried? D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Marketing Koen Pauwels joins Wealth! to give insight into how consumers are reacting to rising subscription costs from streaming providers.  "If you're the kind of consumer who is relatively price insensitive and you don't want to be bothered with ads and you want all of your shows to be on one kind of data provider so you don't have to lose the time to figure out which show is where, then you're going to settle [and] select for this ad-free tier," Pauwels points out, "which also means that Netflix (NFLX) can continue raising prices on that one because their pool of consumers choosing for this non-ad service is going to be more restricted, more selective who don't care about prices that much." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Wealth! This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:43

InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Apple's Vision Pro hurdles may turn some away from VR stocks, but the news isn't totally bad. A handful of contenders are worth buying. The post Apple’s Vision Pro Stumbles: Time to Dump These 3 VR Stocks? appeared first on InvestorPlace. More From InvestorPlace The #1 AI Investment Might Be This Company You’ve Never Heard Of Musk’s “Project Omega” May Be Set to Mint New Millionaires. Here’s How to Get In. It doesn’t matter if you have $500 or $5 million. Do this now.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:29

The bitcoin halving event (BTC-USD) is approaching, likely to occur over this weekend and decrease the reward for bitcoin mining operators. Could the crypto asset stand to face even more pricing pressures from the halving since falling off from its all-time high? How will miners react to steepening profit margins? CleanSpark CEO Zach Bradford (CLSK) joins Yahoo Finance to give insight into the bitcoin halving and what crypto traders can expect from bitcoin prices, crypto mining, and the larger cryptocurrency landscape. Bradford talks on how he envisions CleanSpark's operating margins post-halving: "Although we will go from about 900 new bitcoin a day being produced to 450. What that means is the efficient miners who have good solid margins will continue to have margins that are very healthy, but miners that were maybe smaller, didn't have scale, or were inefficient when it comes to their energy usage therefore their costs are higher, they won't be able to keep running their machines and as a result there will be less participants taking a piece of the pie. And therefore the large miner, our piece of the pie should get bigger after halving. We think to the tune of 10, 15, or even 20%." Want to learn more about the bitcoin halving? Watch this video from Yahoo Finance for a quick explainer: Bitcoin halving: Explained For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:26

China has ordered Apple (AAPL) to remove popular messaging apps, including WhatsApp, from its app store, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The apps were removed due to supposed national security concerns, without officials specifying which ones. Yahoo Finance Tech Editor Dan Howley breaks down the latest development for Apple and what it could mean for the company's presence in China moving forward. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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19 Apr, 2024 / 16:04

Following escalations between Israel and Iran, bitcoin prices (BTC-USD) have seen some bounce back in price after dropping from their all-time high in recent weeks. Investors have moved into other assets while the bitcoin halving event approaches this weekend. Yahoo Finance Senior Reporter Ines Ferre breaks down the recent movements in bitcoin and crypto stocks after rising tensions in the Middle East and the advent of bitcoin's halving. Want to learn more about the bitcoin halving? Watch this video from Yahoo Finance for a quick explainer: Bitcoin halving: Explained For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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19 Apr, 2024 / 15:49

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19 Apr, 2024 / 15:23

InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Until headwinds like weak iPhone demand and regulatory scrutiny clear up, skip on Apple stock, and stick with more promising "Mag 7" names. The post Apple Stock: There Are Too Many Worms With Today’s AAPL appeared first on InvestorPlace. More From InvestorPlace The #1 AI Investment Might Be This Company You’ve Never Heard Of Musk’s “Project Omega” May Be Set to Mint New Millionaires. Here’s How to Get In. It doesn’t matter if you have $500 or $5 million. Do this now.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 15:13

Apple is among the largest companies in the world, with a broad portfolio of hardware and software products targeted at consumers and businesses.

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19 Apr, 2024 / 14:50

Good Morning Traders! In today's Market Clubhouse Morning Memo, we will discuss SPY, QQQ, AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, GOOGL, META, and ...

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19 Apr, 2024 / 14:37

Apple has removed the Meta-owned end-to-end encrypted messaging app WhatsApp from its App Store in China following a government order citing national security concerns, the news agency Reuters reported Friday. Meta's newer, Twitter-esque text-based social networking app, Threads, has also been pulled from the App Store for the same reason, it said. "The Cyberspace Administration of China ordered the removal of these apps from the China storefront based on their national security concerns," Apple

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19 Apr, 2024 / 14:34

In this article, we will look at the 20 best cheap phones for 2024. If you want to skip our detailed analysis, you can go directly to the 5 Best Cheap Phones for 2024. Overview of the Global Smartphone Industry The global smartphone industry is one of the fastest evolving industries and experiences regular updates […]

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19 Apr, 2024 / 14:19

In this article, we will take a detailed look at the 11 Most Popular Stocks on Robinhood in 2024. For a quick overview of such stocks, read our article 5 Most Popular Stocks on Robinhood in 2024. Amid rising inflation and economic uncertainty, millions of young Americans are starting to invest in different asset classes to secure their future […]

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19 Apr, 2024 / 14:03

(Bloomberg) -- Tata Group may strike a deal to take control of Pegatron Corp.’s iPhone manufacturing operations in India as soon as May, cementing Apple Inc.’s relationship with one of the country’s most influential conglomerates.Most Read from BloombergElon Wants His Money BackNew York’s Rich Get Creative to Flee State Taxes. Auditors Are On to ThemDubai Grinds to Standstill as Flooding Hits CityIsrael Reported to Have Launched Retaliatory Strike on Iran‘Mag Seven’ Get Crushed Before Next Week’

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19 Apr, 2024 / 13:59