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Wall Street futures extended gains Thursday with investors using signals of moderate progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing and data showing a surprise jump in January China export activity to boost the broadest measure of U.S. stocks to a 10% gain for the year.
Global stocks edged cautiously higher Thursday, boosted by signals of moderate progress in trade talks between Washington and Beijing and data showing a surprise jump in January China export activity, although gains were capped by disappointing economic data from Germany.
Applied Materials has been on the rise since setting its low on Dec. 26, a key reversal days.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Jeff Bezos, Amazon and your game plan for the end of earnings season.
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
Nvidia shares traded sharply lower Monday after the chipmaker cautions that quarterly earnings would fall far short of analysts forecasts following weaker-than-expected demand for its gaming and datacenter products and slowing growth in China.
The chip stock surge at the week's end shines a light on just how pessimistic some investors had been as earnings multiples fell to rock-bottom levels last year.
What happened today is a recognition by money managers that they are paying too much for the drug and food stocks and too little for the building block techs.
We locked in healthy profits on some fast movers and initiated 2 new positions last week.
We are calling back shares of Universal Display on positive news from Apple.
The chip manufacturing giant's shares are trading higher in spite of light sales guidance. Possibly helping: It still expects mobile chip sales to rise slightly this year.
These eight S&P 500 stocks have some of the worst returns year-to-date and represent a diverse roster of promising bounce candidates.
Micron Technology's warning of a major dip in demand has major implications across semis and technology stocks more broadly.
A demand drag and a supply glut are fomenting a perfect storm to pressure semiconductors.
The memory giant sees demand and pricing pressures weighing on its bottom line in the near-term. It predicts conditions will improve during the back half of 2019.
What else can you say about a decision by the Chinese that amounts to a potential repudiation of the Made in China 2025 plan?
There are some solid individual names in tech, but traders must be selective.
Let's see if the worst is behind this stock.
Right now we're only watching Veeco Instruments, a maker of semiconductor capital equipment that's struggling at present.
The Dow ended higher Friday after President Trump made dovish comments on the trade war with China.
The bellwether chip equipment maker posts weaker-than-expected earnings for the October quarter, as well as guidance for the current quarter.
Nvidia plunged Friday after the chipmaker posted weaker-than-expected third quarter sales, and issued a gloomy holiday quarter outlook, as inventories piled up amid a slowdown in demand from cryptocurrency miners.
U.S. stock futures fall amid weakness in the chip sector following disappointing third-quarter earnings from Nvidia; a second chip company - Applied Materials - sinks on weak guidance; SpaceX gets the OK to operate 7,500 satellites; PG&E jumps on report California regulator doesn't want bankruptcy for the utility.
I gave you a NVDA trade at Real Money and Real Money Pro on Thursday. Can't run from that.
You must hear Nvidia report a good number and you need to hear that Applied Materials won't slash its 2019 forecast.
U.S. stock futures rise on Thursday, while shares in Europe tumble after the U.K. lawmaker tasked with leading Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union resigned; Cisco jumps after profit and sales top Wall Street estimates; Walmart, Nvidia report earnings; Warren Buffett buys $4 billion stake in JPMorgan.
Global stocks traded higher Thursday, following a five consecutive session of losses on Wall Street led by declines for tech and financial shares, as investors reacted to reports of further progress in U.S. China trade talks and the first step towards clarity in Britain's long exit process from the European Union.
Investors still fear missing out on a significant year-end rally, despite earnings that appear to be at peak levels and an economy that appears to have reached peak growth.
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