A traffic jam at the Suez Canal hoisted energy prices Wednesday, but most of the rest of the market struggled to keep its head above water.
Asian shares are mixed after Wall Street took a breather, with major indexes edging lower
Coursera stock jumps 20% early on its first day of trading
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Need to Know's call of the day: Maybe stock-market investors should be giddier
Until recently, stocks that were tied to reopening, economically sensitive or hot on Reddit momentum had their time in the sun. That point of view is changing.
Joe Biden is just about to roll out his $2 trillion-plus American Jobs Plan, but investors' interest was heaviest in the technology sector Wednesday.
Founder Will Shu, 41, (pictured) who was the company's first rider and still does regular delivery shifts on his bike, is expected to make £500million from the biggest float for a decade.
Kimbal Musk cashed out a small chunk of his Tesla stake, but offset the sales by exercising options to buy more shares.
Hong Kong-listed shares of Chinese tech giant Alibaba surged more than 3% in Tuesday early trade, adding to its more than 6% gains on Monday.
GameStop Corp. was downgraded Wednesday to the equivalent of a sell rating by Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter, who praised management and the business outlook but expressed concern over excessive valuation.
Shares of Amazon.com Inc. surged 2.0% toward a six-week high in afternoon trading Monday, to put them on track for a third-straight gain, despite growing public criticism over the ecommerce giant's treatment of employees. The stock has rallied 5.6% over the past three days, which would mark the best three-day performance since it rose 6.5% over three-day period ending Jan. 21. After the stock started last year with a big rally, on expectations that the company would benefit from...