The outlook for CSCO stock depends on trends for cloud computing, plus corporate and telecom networks amid the shift to remote work.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian equities opened lower, the dollar rallied and bond yields climbed amid unrelenting pressure on risk-sensitive assets on Monday as fears of faster inflation and global recession continue to rise. Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More WeekJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentThe Great Bond Bubble Is ‘Poof, Gone’ in Worst Year Since 1949‘Read Putin More Often and Carefully,’ Lavrov Tells the WorldUK Market
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"It is very likely that we are going to have a recession," said UC Berkeley economist James Wilcox.
- MMA Junkie
Check out the numbers behind Bellator 285, where Yoel Romero added to one of the most unique records in MMA.
- Simply Wall St.
If you buy and hold a stock for many years, you'd hope to be making a profit. Better yet, you'd like to see the share...
When the market is ugly, there is always one phenomenon that occurs - investors rushing to buy long-term investments because they believe that they are now great values. It doesn't much matter what the market environment might be, if there is a big drop, then the long-term investors deem it an opportunity to buy. Dip-buyers have tended to do very well in the big uptrend since 2008-9, so that thinking has been reinforced, but in a bear market it requires some modification.
Credit Suisse's top two executives have told staff the bank is working to establish a stronger franchise in the longer term, according to a memo seen by Reuters on Saturday, amid uncertainty over a global review of its operations. The memo sent by Chairman Axel Lehmann and Chief Executive Ulrich Koerner said a "heightened level of media and market speculation" regarding the review had raised questions among the bank's staff and clients. Reuters reported on Thursday that Credit Suisse had sounded out investors about a possible capital raising as it attempts a radical overhaul of its investment bank.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The rightfielder recorded his third two-homer game with Milwaukee and first since May 11 while Corbin Burnes turned in a strong six-inning start.
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PayPal Holdings, Inc.'s ( NASDAQ:PYPL ) price-to-earnings (or "P/E") ratio of 48.9x might make it look like a strong...
As inflation soars and the cost of living keeps creeping higher and higher, people looking to retire may find themselves wondering where they can possibly live on a fixed income at this stage of their...
- Investor's Business Daily
T-Mobile holds an edge in 5G wireless spectrum but will its market share gains vs. rivals continue? What the analysis says about TMUS stock.
Business road warriors and leisure travelers alike can use a travel reward card to turn miles logged into other things – including more travel.
- The Telegraph
Every day, Mark Zuckerberg wakes up to a flood of bad news. “I look at my phone to get like a million messages,” he says. “It’s usually not good.”
- Simply Wall St.
Does the September share price for Arista Networks, Inc. ( NYSE:ANET ) reflect what it's really worth? Today, we will...
Biotech stocks continue to slump and have taken a beating for over 12 months, but some promising data could lead to a rebound. The cheap valuations of the sector right now could be good entry points for investors, experts said. One catalyst coming up in the fall is the pending decision from the FDA for the clinical trial of an Alzheimer drug, Eisai's lecanemab that is being jointly developed with Biogen .
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Three Motley Fool contributors have joined this roundtable to scour the market for some exciting initial public offerings (IPOs) in the healthcare field. Alex Carchidi (Amylyx Pharmaceuticals): Amylyx is worth owning because there's a solid chance it'll soon commercialize the first treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) that prolongs survival time while also slowing the disease's progression. Its medicine, AMX0035, has been approved for sale in Canada since late July, and regulators at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will weigh in on the company's application for commercialization on Sept. 29.
When On Deck had to cut its staff twice within a matter of months, its co-founders Erik Torenberg and David Booth published a memo promising to focus more. Thus marked the company’s reversal to its original customer cohort — founders in need of networks and advice. Since that day, I’ve been digging into what happened at On Deck that led to a string of layoffs and the refocusing. On Deck is spinning out half of its business, focused on career services, into a new startup slated to launch in October.
(Bloomberg) -- Al Gore, the former US vice president turned climate activist, said investors are growing increasingly impatient with evidence of potential “greenwashing” amid signs that net-zero pledges made by some members of the financial industry weren’t credible.Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More WeekJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentThe Great Bond Bubble Is ‘Poof, Gone’ in Worst Year Since 1949‘Read Putin More Of
After a deal with GlaxoSmithKline, the small-cap antibiotic developer Spero Therapeutics should get a shot as an options play.
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Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously said that "software is eating the world," but this year it seems more like software is eating itself. If you're looking to "buy on weakness," two software stocks that are primed to deliver long-term growth are Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA) and Salesforce (NYSE: CRM).
(Bloomberg) -- John Paulson became a billionaire after his hedge fund effectively shorted more than $25 billion of mortgage securities at the dawn of the global financial crisis. Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More WeekJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentThe Great Bond Bubble Is ‘Poof, Gone’ in Worst Year Since 1949‘Read Putin More Often and Carefully,’ Lavrov Tells the WorldUK Market Plunge Sparks Talk of Emergency BOE