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While you may think earnings season is winding down, we still got quite a bit left to go ... here are key companies to keep an eye on the week of August 5, 2019.
Lyft has to show it can deliver against expectations, while Uber must improve its revenue growth rates.
We saw some minor positives in Thursday's decline, so let's dive into them and what they mean.
The company maintained-to-accelerated its already stellar top-line growth rate, raised full year guidance on every line item, and delivered better-than-expected results across its three key operating metrics.
Since its May public offering, Uber shares have languished below its $45 per share IPO price amid questions about its profitability prospects.
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WeWork Cos. is reportedly negotiating a debt deal that could allow it to go public sooner than expected.
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WeWork was valued at $47 billion earlier this year, but its heavy losses have also raised eyebrows in the run-up to its expected IPO.
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Anheuser-Busch InBev shares traded near the top of the European market Friday after it agreed to sell its Australian division for around $11.3 billion less than a week after cancelling the Hong Kong listing of its Asian business that would have been the year's biggest IPO.
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Uber's ridership was down 8% in May from March while Lyft was down 17,000 rides.
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Anheuser-Busch InBev shares extended declines Monday after the world's biggest brewing company shelved plans to list its Asia business on the Hong Kong market in what would have topped Uber Technologies for the biggest IPO of the year.
Anheuser-Busch InBev shares lost 3% Friday after it canceled a planned $10 billion listing of its Asia business amid reports of muted investor demand.
Volkswagen will reportedly invest $2.6 billion in Ford's self-driving vehicle unit Argo. Where does that leave the duo vs. industry leaders like GM's Cruise and Waymo.
The digital payments giant is building for long-term growth with its partnership strategy and new initiatives. But with the recent stock price increase, the valuation provides little room for error.
Uber is building a scalable, reliable software based dispatch system for the entire world, complete with mapping, logistics and a robust payment infrastructure. Allowing developers to build applications on top of this platform is transformational.
Jim Cramer says save the bubble-talk for the bathtub. The money investors can make in the market is real, and due to ingenuity, competitiveness and economic growth.
A cannabis-related REIT soared 172% in the first half of the year while a cloud services provider was up 53%, with more gains expected.
Analysts call Lyft `highly focused' and said it `has been able to outexecute [Uber] and gain outsized share in a duopoly.'
Uber Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: UBER) will hold its quarterly conference call to discuss its second quarter 2019 financial results on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 2:00 p.
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