$2,011.60 14.01 (0.70%)
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Previous Close $2,011.60
Market Cap 976.08B
PE Ratio 253.35
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.11M
Day's Range 1,997.62 - 2,035.72
52-Week Range 1,626.03 - 2,185.95
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Digital ad stocks are going to get whacked in the second quarter as spending drops, but things will get much better later this year.
While this may spell doom for some retail stocks, others can flourish. Here are three of the best ones to keep an eye on for now.
By David Moadel
Monday's big stock charts feature names that may have downside protection in the form of trendline support.
Stocks slipped, but didn't plummet in the stock market today despite a horrendous jobs report that highlight the impact of Covid-19.
In my November article about Amazon, I finished by stating that “As long as Jeff Bezos continues to treat some of the company’s employees questionably, there are always going to be investors who will pass on owning Amazon stock.”
Amazon stock bulls have been winning for a decade. This is not going to change now, so buying every big dip makes sense.
The companies behind some of the biggest tech stocks on the market are helping the fight against coronavirus with screening tools to help the public check for symptoms.
A Whole Foods sick out is in place as workers for the Amazon (AMZN) company push for more as the coronavirus from China continues to spread.
In a market trying to reclaim its bullish identity, Amazon stock stands out as a buy for today’s investors both off and on the price chart
A few threats could hurt amazon stock during the coronavirus pandemic. Investors should consider buying a different tech stock instead.
An Amazon (AMZN) strike is set to take place today over concerns employees have about safety connected to the coronavirus from China.
An Instacart strike is taking place on Monday as workers fight for better benefits as the coronavirus from China outbreak continues.
These companies were some of the greatest beneficiaries of Trump's tax cut, which makes each name among the most promising stocks to buy.
The coronavirus has brought much of the world economy to a halt. However, big data could help us defeat this and future pandemics.
Research firm Morning Consult just released its Most Trusted Brands 2020 report. Here’s why seven of these brands are stocks to buy.
The stimulus bill is not likely to trigger an immediate and sustainable rally, but it should help the major indices find support.
Some cloud stocks are stronger than others, but all are proving vital as more and more Americans spend time at home.
Streaming video companies, including Netflix, have cut video quality in Europe in order to reduce internet bandwidth usage.
FedEX, UPS Shares Surge As Amazon To Suspend Delivery Service For Third-Party Sellers Due To Increased Demand
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To join the conversation, click on the link: https://refini.tv/2P8N0Wp INDIA TOP NEWS • Small businesses struggle to pay wages amid coronavirus lockdown Hundreds of thousands of cash-starved Indian small businesses have either deferred or cut their workers' wages this month, say industrialists and union leaders, amid a 21-day nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. • Indian leaders hesitate to end world's biggest lockdown India's 21-day lockdown is set to end next week but several state leaders have called for an extension or only a partial lifting of restrictions, saying is the only way to avoid a coronavirus epidemic that will be difficult to tackle. • India allows limited exports of anti-malaria drug after Trump warns of retaliation India, the world's main supplier of generic drugs, said on Tuesday it will allow limited exports of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine that U.S. President Donald Trump has touted as a potential weapon in the fight against the coronavirus. • Indian states scramble for funds as virus takes toll on coffers A three-week nationwide lockdown is testing the resilience of India's state governments, with analysts warning that essential public services and health care for millions of Indians will be in jeopardy without further federal and central bank support. • Virus slowdown threatens India's restaurants with bitter aftertaste After growing tenfold in the last decade, India's restaurant sector fears for the future when a nationwide lockdown is eventually lifted, with customer numbers and spending expected to plunge in the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. • India asks TikTok, Facebook to remove users spreading coronavirus misinformation India has told Facebook and Chinese video app TikTok to remove users found to be spreading misinformation about the coronavirus following concern about videos intended to mislead Muslims, according to a government source and a letter seen by Reuters. • India to continue prompt fuel exports for at least two more weeks Indian refiners are likely to continue prompt export of refined fuels for at least another two weeks to avoid a complete shutdown after the coronavirus lockdown hit local demand, company officials said. • Indian traders ask court for Amazon, Flipkart antitrust probe restart An Indian retail group has asked a court to allow the restart of an antitrust investigation into Amazon.com and a Walmart unit that is on hold following a legal challenge by the companies, a court filing seen by Reuters showed. GLOBAL TOP NEWS • Japan's machinery orders rise unexpectedly but darker days seen ahead Japan's machinery orders unexpectedly rose in February, suggesting business investment remained resilient even as companies braced for a major jolt to demand from the coronavirus pandemic. • China's Wuhan lockdown ends, but local coronavirus cases rise across country The Chinese city where the coronavirus epidemic first broke out, Wuhan, ended a two-month lockdown, allowing people to leave the city, if they were healthy, amid concerns of a second wave of infections as cases in mainland China rose. • U.S. pushes back on call by OPEC+ to join big oil output cuts Saudi Arabia, Russia and allied oil producers will agree to deep cuts to their crude output at talks this week only if the United States and several others join in with curbs to help prop up prices that have been hammered by the coronavirus crisis. LOCAL MARKETS OUTLOOK (As reported by NewsRise) • SGX Nifty nearest-month futures were trading 1.6% lower at 8,732.00. • The Indian rupee is expected to trade little changed against the dollar as investors focus on the trajectory of the coronavirus outbreak. • Indian government bonds will likely edge lower in early session ahead of a fresh supply of notes at a weekly auction tomorrow. The yield on the benchmark 6.45% bond maturing in 2029 is likely to trade in a range of 6.40%-6.48% today, a trader with a state-run bank said. GLOBAL MARKETS • Wall Street fell on Tuesday, as a drop in oil prices steepened in the latter stages of the session and erased early gains built on tentative signs that coronavirus outbreaks in some of the biggest U.S. hot spots may be leveling. • Asian stocks stepped back after two sessions of sharp gains as investors turned wary on getting too optimistic about the coronavirus while death tolls were still mounting across the globe. • The dollar found a footing as investors returned to safe-havens, unwinding some risk currency gains made on hopes the coronavirus crisis in Europe and New York was slowing. • Yields on longer-term U.S. Treasuries erased some early gains on Tuesday after a Wall Street rally sparked by hopes the coronavirus outbreak may be slowing fizzled out. • Oil bounced back, with U.S. crude jumping over $1, lifted by hopes that a meeting between OPEC members and allied producers on Thursday will trigger output cuts to shore up prices that have crumbled amid the coronavirus pandemic. • Gold prices eased as the U.S. dollar firmed, while signs of a slowdown in the new coronavirus cases in major hot spots hurt the metal's safe-haven appeal and pushed it further away from a near one-month high hit in the previous session. CLOSE FII INVESTMENTS EQUITIES DEBT PNDF spot 75.62/75.65 April 7 (3,801.61) crore (2,823.95) crore 10-yr bond yield 6.41% Month-to-date (6,050) crore (4,044) crore Year-to-date (54,080) crore (73,971) crore (FII investment numbers are in Indian rupees. Source: National Securities Depository Limited) For additional data: India govt bond market volumes Stock market reports Non-deliverable forwards data Corporate debt stories [IN CORPD] Local market closing/intraday levels [IN SNAPSHOT] Monthly inflows [INFLOWS RTRS TABLE IN] ($1 = 75.62 Indian rupees) (Compiled by Swathi Nair in Bengaluru)
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