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JPMorgan Likes Amazon, Apple, McDonald's, Lennar for 2022

The bank’s analysts, led by Nicholas Rosato, expect the S&P 500 index to reach 5,050 next year, up 8% from 4,697 recently.

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BofA Explains Neutral Rating for Tesla, Buy for Rivian, Lucid

Technology is a strength for Tesla, while competition is an obstacle, BofA said. Rivian benefits from its Amazon partnership.

Jobs Lead

Worker Shortages to Last Into '22; Remote Work an Assumed Perk

Employers should expect 'a slow grind of trying to pull workers from the sidelines back into the labor force,' Glassdoor says.

Tesla charging stations are shown outside of the Tesla factory in Fremont, Calif. Photo: AP

Regulators Scold Tesla For Allowing Video Games While Driving

A recent software update from the auto manufacturer allows drivers to play three different video games while the vehicle is moving.

Planet Fitness Pulls Off a Successful IPO, What’s Next?

Jim Cramer Talks With Planet Fitness CEO

After recent earnings report, shares hit new highs, but is it set for long run?

Furniture Retailer Wayfair Shares Tank on Amazon Program

Wayfair Will Move to Brick And Mortar in 2022

Online furniture and home goods retailer Wayfair is opening three brick-and-mortar stores in Massachusetts.

Costco Store Lead

Can Costco Keep Up Its Scorching Growth? Wall Street Waits Eagerly For Earnings

Costco is scheduled to report its fiscal 2022 first quarter results after the closing bell Thursday.

J.P. Morgan Lead

Full Economic Recovery and Pandemic End Coming in 2022: J.P. Morgan

J.P. Morgan's Marko Kolanovic writes in the firm's 2022 outlook that it "will be the year of a full global recovery, an end of the pandemic, and a return to normal economic and market conditions we had prior to the COVID-19 outbreak."

Bitcoin Lead

Bitcoin Volatility Provides a Wild Ride for Investors

The cryptocurrency has seen great fluctuation lately, illustrating its inherent volatility.

Global Stocks Are Following Wall Street Higher as Dow Hits 20,000

Stocks End Higher as Wall Street Looks Beyond Omicron

Stocks close higher Wednesday as Wall Street shifts away from the omicron variant to focus on Friday's inflation report.