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Snap Stock Tumbles After Rating, Price Target Cut From Wedbush Ahead of Q4 Earnings
Snap shares tumbled after analysts at Wedbush cut their rating and price target on the message app maker.
Stock Market Today - 1/24: Tech Extends Slump Amid Russia Tensions, Fed Rate Concerns
U.S. stocks are set to extend declines from their worst week since the 2020 pandemic Monday ahead of a key series of big tech earnings reports and a crucial statement from the Federal Reserve.
Tale of the Tape: Comparing Roth IRAs and Roth 401(k)s
What's the best strategy if a client lacks the funds to contribute to both a Roth IRA and a Roth 401(k)? Here's a breakdown of the advantages each option has to offer.
Peloton Stock Slides Amid Reports Of Activist Pressure To Fire CEO John Foley, Explore Company Sale
Blackwells Capital is reportedly pushing for big changes at Peloton, including the ouster of CEO John Foley, following last week's multi-billion dollar selloff in the group's stock.
Kohl's Stock Soars After Second Takeover Offer For Activist-Target Retailer
Two reported activist-lead takeover offers for Kohl's has shares in the struggling department store retailer soaring Monday.
A Skeptic's Take on Delta's Forecast of 'Meaningful Profit'
Delta Airlines could face additional challenges in 2022 as the coronavirus and fuel inflation continue to affect travel, argues Stephen “Sarge” Guilfoyle.
Stocks Slide, Kohl's, Peloton, Earnings and Bitcoin - Five Things You Must Know
Stock futures slide amid Russia tensions, rate concerns; earnings in focus ahead of key week for big tech reports; Kohl's shares soar as private equity suitors compete for department store retailer; Peloton under activist pressure following multi-billion selloff and Bitcoin extends slide to pull crypto benchmark further into six-month lows.
Apple Took a Perk Away From Its Best Audience (Then Returned It)
Apple dropped its verification requirement for education discounts offered to students, teachers and school staff.