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(Bloomberg) -- Happy Memorial Day weekend. Summer officially kicks off here in the US and it’s time to break out the backyard grill and start making potato salad. Unless you’re part of the negotiating team hammering out a deal on raising the US debt ceiling. Then you need to forge some kind of an agreement in the next few days or the US will start running out of cash to pay its bills and that would be a nightmare for all of us. Representative Patrick McHenry, a key GOP negotiator, said Saturday
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A poster child of unprofitability has been DoorDash (NYSE: DASH), a food delivery service that has exploded in popularity over the last few years. Undeterred by these losses, the executive team stated in their latest quarterly letter that the delivery platform it is building will create shareholder value (i.e., generate profits) over the long term. Should investors trust that DoorDash management is building a profitable enterprise for the future?
(Bloomberg) -- For equity investors transfixed by a debt-ceiling standoff that risks pushing the US government into an unprecedented default, an analytical principle tied to insolvency is working like a charm.Most Read from BloombergBiden, McCarthy Forge Debt-Limit Deal in Bid to Avert US DefaultWorld’s Richest Man Throws In Towel on Beverly Hills HotelKey Takeaways From Deal Biden, GOP Sealed to Avert US DefaultTexas AG Ken Paxton Impeached by Republican-Led State HouseEurope’s Economic Engine
Before even considering putting money to work in the stock market, individuals should focus on making sure their personal finances are in order. Buffett won that bet, which indicates that even some of the smartest minds on Wall Street, who have an army of well-educated analysts and all the resources at their disposal, still couldn't beat the market over an extended period of time.
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Vici Properties (NYSE: VICI) has a 5% dividend yield and has been the best-performing REIT in the S&P 500 over the past year, despite the difficult environment. In this video, I explain why I think now could be a great time to take a closer look at this well-run business.
In many cases, all it takes is one simple, often-overlooked investment: The S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC). The S&P 500 is an index that tracks 500 of the largest public U.S. companies by market cap, making it the benchmark for the U.S. stock market. When people refer to the stock market's performance broadly, they're often referring to the S&P 500.
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U.S. stocks finished sharply higher on Friday as talks on raising the U.S. debt ceiling progressed, while chip stocks surged for a second straight day on optimism about artificial intelligence. After several rounds of talks, U.S. President Joe Biden and top congressional Republican Kevin McCarthy appeared to be nearing a deal to increase the government's $31.4 trillion debt limit for two years, while capping spending on most items, a U.S. official told Reuters.
(Bloomberg) -- The frenzy surrounding artificial intelligence led another day of gains in the stock market on Friday as traders were also growing more confident a deal on the US debt limit would be reached.Most Read from BloombergBiden, McCarthy Forge Debt-Limit Deal in Bid to Avert US DefaultWorld’s Richest Man Throws In Towel on Beverly Hills HotelKey Takeaways From Deal Biden, GOP Sealed to Avert US DefaultTexas AG Ken Paxton Impeached by Republican-Led State HouseEurope’s Economic Engine Is
(Bloomberg) -- Rarely does a tech-powered stock rally come along that isn’t pilloried for the fragility of its foundation. Now, with a snowballing craze for artificial intelligence pretty much propping up the market by itself, the haters are out in force.Most Read from BloombergBiden, McCarthy Forge Debt-Limit Deal in Bid to Avert US DefaultWorld’s Richest Man Throws In Towel on Beverly Hills HotelKey Takeaways From Deal Biden, GOP Sealed to Avert US DefaultTexas AG Ken Paxton Impeached by Repub
Stocks were higher on Friday as a wave of AI-related hype pushed the Nasdaq higher and optimism a debt ceiling deal is getting closer in Washington boosted sentiment ahead of a long weekend.
Infrastructure Capital Advisors CEO Jay Hatfield joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the expectations on inflation after the latest economic data reported resiliency amid recession fears.
Yahoo Finance markets reporter Jared Blikre examines the stock and treasury market action as the debt limit crisis continues to unfold, while also looking at how the U.S. Treasury is forecasting different scenarios in case of a default.
Yahoo Finance Live co-host Seana Smith takes a look at market trends ahead of Friday's closing bell.
A last-minute deal to raise the U.S. $31.4 trillion debt ceiling will likely shift Wall Street's attention to other emerging risks, including further Federal Reserve interest rate hikes and an expected reduction in fiscal spending. At its May 3 meeting, the Federal Reserve signaled it was open to pausing its most aggressive rate hiking cycle since the early 1980s at its meeting that ends June 13, leading investors to pile back into equities and other riskier assets. Megacap technology and growth stocks, which benefit from lower interest rates, have led the market's advance.