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Ollie's Bargain Outlet Slumps After Chairman and CEO Butler Dies at 61

Ollie's Stock Drops as Supply-Chain Issues Hurt Q3 Earnings

Ollie's said that supply-chain hurdles continue to hurt the discount retailer in the fourth quarter.

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Ulta Beauty Stock Jumps on Earnings Beat, Raised Guidance

Ulta reported record sales and earnings for the third quarter and raised its full-year guidance.

DocuSign Launches Payment System, Partnering With Apple, Google, and Others

DocuSign Shares Crater on Weaker-Than-Expected Guidance

DocuSign estimates revenue of $557 million to $563 million for the fourth quarter, below the analyst consensus of $575 million.

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Moderna Stock Climbs; FDA Seeks Rapid Review of Omicron Vaccines

Moderna climbs on reports U.S. health officials are looking to fast-track omicron-targeted vaccines and drugs.

Health Care Companies Could Be Active Today as Congress Votes

Stocks Waver as Investors Mull Mixed Jobs Report, Omicron Impact

Stocks waver as investors mull a mixed jobs report, new cases of omicron and Congress keeping the federal government lights on.

Tesla stock

Tesla's Musk Unloads $1.01B of Stock; Sales Now Exceed $10B

Electric-vehicle maker Tesla's CEO has parted with more than $10 billion of its stock since Nov. 8.

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8 Assets to Inflation-Proof Your Portfolio

Investors looking to diversify their portfolios during these inflationary times should consider these assets.

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Didi Global Stock Off as Chinese Ride-Hailing Firm to Delist From NYSE

Didi Global went ahead with a $4.4 billion IPO earlier this year despite pressure from Chinese officials not to do so.

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Premarket Movers Friday: Peloton, Didi Global, DocuSign

Stock futures are higher as Wall Street mulls the omicron variant, a scheduled jobs report, and Congress's short-term spending bill.

Coronavirus: Hong Kong Business Travellers Prioritised In Economy Relaunch Once Pandemic Is Defeated

American Express Global Business Travel Nears $5.3 Billion Spac Deal

The credit card giant owns a half interest in the travel service.