Gemalto Stock Falls as Investors Flee After Profit Warning
Gemalto has become the latest victim of the failed rollout of chip-and-pin card technology in the U.S.
European Stocks Tumble on Fed's Downbeat Assessment of Global Economy
Gloom descends on European markets Friday, as investors, spooked by the Fed's downbeat assessment of the economy, take a glass-half-empty view of its decision to stand pat on rates.
European Stocks Fall Further as Volatility Outweighs Strong Economic Data
European markets fell on Friday, following another selloff in Asia, as investors remained largely unmoved by relatively upbeat data on the eurozone manufacturing and services sectors.
VeriFone Is Ready to Pay Investors After Paying for Its Mistakes
VeriFone can still pay those willing to hold its shares for the next 12 to 18 months.
VeriFone Can't Pay Forever
Still, VeriFone investors may see their stocks enjoy the room to run.
Fed Inflation Gauge Eases Again In May, But Inflation Pressures Clip Consumer Spending
While overall inflation pressures are easing modestly, the impact of the fastest inflation in four decades is taking its toll on spending, BEA data indicated Thursday.
Pfizer Stock Jumps On $3.2 Billion U.S. Covid Vaccine Sale, FDA Paxlovid Approval Filing
“As the Covid pandemic continues to evolve and be highly unpredictable, we must remain vigilant in protecting those who are at greatest risk of getting very sick from Covid," said CEO Albert Bourla.
Walgreens Stock Slides After Q3 Profit Beat, $683 Million Florida Opioid Charge
"WBA delivered strong execution across operating segments and against very robust growth last year," said CEO Rosalind Brewer.
Micron Earnings Preview: Will Critical Support Hold?
Micron is set to report earnings on Thursday after the close, but the stock sits on critical support. Will it hold or will it fold?