The fourth quarter of 2016 was the first quarter since the second quarter of 2014 that Macau’s gaming market grew at all. And the signs of life have given new hope to gaming investors with exposure to the world’s biggest gaming market.
But Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS) may not have had as strong a quarter as competitors like Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd (NASDAQ:MPEL) and Wynn....More>>>
In what could be a breakthrough in the solar-energy industry, Tesla will begin selling and installingsolar roof tiles for U.S. customers this summer, CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday.
The company, best known for its electric cars, said it was set to begin accepting orders for glass roof tiles with embedded solar collectors that Musk pledged would be more durable than a typical roof, a third lighter....More>>>
Officials in China’s gambling enclave of Macau have raised concerns about sexual misconduct allegations against casino mogul Steve Wynn.
The intervention adds to mounting pressure on Wynn and Wynn Macau (WYNMF), the business that generates most of the profit for his gambling empire. The Hong Kong-listed division of Wynn Resorts (WYNN) has lost more than $2 billion in stock market....More>>>
When Amgen Inc. (NASDAQ: AMGN) reported its third-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Thursday, the company said that it had $3.02 in earnings per share (EPS) and $5.81 billion in revenue. Consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters had called for $2.79 in EPS and revenue of $5.74 billion. In the same period of last year, the biotech giant posted EPS of $2.72 and $5.72 billion in....More>>>
Shares of San Jose, California-based Nutanix Inc (NSDQ:NTNX)surged by a staggering 15% yesterday, taking the stock to about $32.5 a share. The stock, which was trading well below the consensus price target of $32.25, has now gone past that number. Yet, the strong rally might encourage some investors to consider buying the stock. More so, because NTNX has received a lot of positive coverage lately,....More>>>
Our Buyback Premium Portfolio is beating the S&P 500 by more than 97% since its inception in August of 2000; this portfolio is up 153.50% since inception vs. a gain of 55.69% in the S&P 500 over the same time frame, explains David Fried, editor of The Buyback Letter.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Rambus Inc. (RMBS) designs, develops, and licenses cutting-edge chip interface technologies....More>>>
The S&P 500 Index took a slight breather this week as investors digested a mixed jobs report, tensions in Syria and minutes from the Federal Reserve that showed officials are open to cutting back the Fed’s balance sheet later this year, further reducing monetary stimulus. Despite some of the uncertainty, a handful of dividend stocks delivered clear messages with payout raises.
Gainers Trevena Inc (NASDAQ: TRVN) rose 10.8 percent to $3.60 in pre-market trading after dropping 4.97 percent on Wednesday. Yum China Holdings Inc (NYSE: YUMC) rose 10.2 percent to $31.05 in pre-market trading after the company reported upbeat earnings for its first quarter. Seres Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: MCRB) rose 9.1 percent to $11.39 in pre-market trading after dropping 5.26 percent....More>>>
Honda Motor President, CEO and representative director Takahiro Hachigo (C) answers questions following a joint press conference with Hitachi Automotive Systems President and CEO Hideki Seki, in Tokyo on February 7, 2017. Japanese automaker Honda announced February 7 a joint venture with Hitachi Automotive Systems, a subsidiary of the industrial conglomerate, to collaborate in the field of electric....More>>>
I read an article about Snap (NYSE:SNAP) CEO Evan Spiegel recently that was highly complimentary of the 28-year-old wunderkind. It got me thinking about Snap stock, which went over $10 on Mar 13 for the first time in six months, a hallelujah moment if there ever was one for Spiegel and the rest
The FANG stocks -- the popular acronym encompassing Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix, and Google parent Alphabet -- were all the rage for a few years, as the fast-growing tech companies were among the market's best performers. The name even spawned variants like FAANG, which included Apple (NASDAQ:
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