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ETF ‘Buzz’ Following Social Media Talks Launch Amid Reddit Stock Frenzy

The logos of Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and TikTok displayed on the computer screen. Denise Charlette | AFP via Getty Images Is it time for the ETF to measure the hype? Measuring the buzz around stocks mentioned on social media is outrageous. Right now there is an exchange-traded fund for that. The Van Eck Vectors Social Sentiment ETF (BUZZ) …

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Okta, Marvell Technology, Vroom and others.

Take a look at some of the biggest moves on the market ahead of time: Okta (OKTA) – Okta topped up 10.5% in pre-trading after announcing it was buying customer management software provider Auth0 for a share price of $ 6.5 billion. The identity management software provider also reported quarterly results of 6 cents per share, against a consensus forecast …

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Buy this stake in Apple, Microsoft and other technology stocks before it became unreachable, analysts said.

It’s a bad week for tech stocks, the Nasdaq tumbled 2.7 percent on Wednesday, and the slide appeared to continue on Thursday. So buy stocks before tech stocks move at least 25 percent higher this year, said Daniel Ives, an experienced technology analyst at our investment firm Wedbush. Call of the day. “Tech hedging is a pain for tech investors …

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Stock futures waver ahead of Powell’s latest appearance (NYSEARCA: SPY) – Alpha Search

Stock futures waver ahead of Powell’s latest appearance (NYSEARCA: SPY) seeking Alpha. U.S. inflation expectations soar over a decade as Yahoo’s financial recovery yields Why are market investors troubled by the signs of increased growth? The New York Times. Covid Shock and the Fed seeking Alpha Investors look to the Fed for the next step as Fox Business’ increased twist …

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GM wants to build a second battery factory in the US: WSJ.

(Reuters) – General Motors Co is looking to build a second battery plant in the United States with South Korean joint venture partner LG Chem Ltd, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The companies are close to completing their decision to set up a plant in Tennessee, the report said. GM did not …

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Amazon’s first cashless store arrives in the UK as a global expansion.

The top Fox Business Flash headlines are here, check what you click on. FoxBusiness.com Amazon.com Inc will open its first physical store outside the United States on Thursday. The world’s largest online retailer says its cashier-less store, “Amazon Fresh”, based in the UK in London’s Ealing metropolitan area, will have a personal UK food brand called “by Amazon”. And will …

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Cathie Wood’s ARK investment is considered a technical stall.

ARK Investment Management LLC’s winning bet on disruptive technology firm Cathie Wood is Wall Street’s hottest fund manager since Peter Lynch or Bill Gross. Now, those tricks threaten to turn ARK into the high-profile death of a recent shift in investor confidence from tech stocks and into cyclical stocks linked to economies that Fluctuate ARK operates five exchange-traded funds that …

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The Allentown Diocese urges Catholics to make an alternative to Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

The Allentown Diocese joins other Roman Catholic leaders by advising Catholics that the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, which has recently been approved for use in the United States, is now available. It is “morally destroyed” because it is produced using cells derived from a miscarriage of fetuses. There are other, more morally acceptable vaccines, Bishop Alfred Schlert said …

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Treasury yields lower returns ahead of Fed Chair Powell’s speech.

The 10-year-old US Treasury yield eased Thursday morning. But it’s still 1.45% higher before Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech. The yield on the benchmark 10-year promissory note fell to 1.453% by 4am ET, the yield on the 30-year government bond dropped to 2.234%. Powell is scheduled to deliver a speech on the U.S. economy at the Wall Street Journal …

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