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Stock Market Today: Stocks End Down As Inflation Worries Resurface; JPMorgan CEO Sees Recession
With inflation still sticky, and global headwinds accelerating, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon now sees a greater chance of a U.S. recession.
TSMC Plans $40 Billion U.S. Investment As President Biden Visits Arizona Chip Factory
TSMC, the world's biggest contract chipmaker, is looking to boost expand its U.S. investment to around $40 billion.
Disney Makes Morningstar List of Stocks to Buy Now
Morningstar has a roster of the 129 best stocks to invest in generally, and it chose the 10 most undervalued among them.
Three Stocks That Buffett Bought and Morningstar Likes
Over the last 10 years his Berkshire Hathaway stock returned 13.6% annualized, just topping the S&P 500.
Trading Semiconductor Stocks as Warren Buffett Buys Taiwan Semi
Warren Buffett Bought more than 60 million shares of Taiwan Semiconductor stock last quarter. Here's how to trade it now.
Buffett's Berkshire Buys Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor, Sells Bank Stocks
Billionaire Warren Buffett sold some of Berkshire Hathaway's shares of U.S. Bancorp and Bank of New York Mellon.
Tesla Stock Slides As Report Says Musk Could Pledge Shares To Back Twitter Loans
Bloomberg reported late Wednesday that bankers could ask Elon Musk to use Tesla stock to back new Twitter margin loans.
Costco Earnings Preview: Margins, Membership Fees In Focus Amid Slowing Sales
Costco may consider boosting its membership fee for the first time in more than five years as it navigates slowing autumn sales and rising inflation pressures.
GameStop Stock Higher Despite Wider Q3 Loss, Muted Video Game Sales
"We're seeking to transform a legacy brick-and-mortar business that was on the brink of bankruptcy ... this path carries risk and is taking time," said CEO Mike Furlong.
Stock Market Today: Stocks Edge Higher As Markets Test Fed 'Soft Landing' Thesis
Wall Street is looking to snap a five-day losing streak as investors continue to worry that the Fed will be unable to engineer a so-called 'soft landing' for the world's biggest economy.