So far, it’s been a mixed picture: Tesla, General Motors come in strong, while Apple and Alphabet miss the mark.
Widespread sales declines to close out 2022 foreshadow a challenging 2023.
Signs of slowing e-commerce sales and decelerating Amazon Web Services may continue to spell trouble.
Markets see rate cuts in 2023, but the Fed doesn’t.
Trimming fair value estimate on Microsoft stock to $310; shares attractive.
Netflix shows solid subscriber growth and airline tailwinds grow.
While the company is withstanding economic and competitive headwinds, investors should wait for a more attractive entry for the stock.
Exxon Mobil, United Airlines, and Procter & Gamble are among the firms whose earnings could reflect important trends.
You may want to check your portfolio for these overpriced names.
Jobs data reassures investors; declining natural gas prices hits energy stocks.
Chinese stocks rebound, energy stocks such as Occidental surge, while Farfetch and other internet retailers plunge.
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One silver lining of the bear market is half the stocks followed by Morningstar analysts are now undervalued.
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Big Tech stocks collectively lost nearly $4 trillion in market value in 2022.
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While many U.S. energy stocks are getting pricey, these non-U.S. energy names remain undervalued due in part to ESG concerns.
Stocks like MongoDB, Snowflake, and ServiceNow are at big discounts, but a murky revenue outlook clouds the picture.
Chinese EV stocks Li Auto, Nio, and XPeng make a comeback. U.S. retailers show signs of slowing sales.
While the market has stabilized in recent weeks, stocks including Airbnb and Palo Alto Networks have fallen into undervalued territory.
Yum China, Kellogg, and AstraZeneca among those that remained cheap even after a bear-market rally.
Software, semiconductors, and television network stocks such as AMC, Altice and Twilio saw significant downward revisions.
GSK and Polaris among the undervalued stocks that posted solid third-quarter results.
Amid weaker earnings results across the market, stocks that fell short took a bigger beating.
While near-term pressures weigh on these stocks, analysts think they have major upside.
Software stocks slump as investors wrestle with Fed outlook.
Many supply chain issues which fueled inflation have eased, but the ripples continue across the global economy.
Warning signs from Microsoft and Amazon on consumer spending, advertising, and the outlook for cloud computing.
After mixed big technology earnings, focus turns to healthcare and energy Q3 results.
With Amazon stock down 10% Friday and 40% in 2022, some T. Rowe funds, Polen Growth take it on the chin.
Fidelity funds, Oakmark Select are among those dented by the woes of Facebook’s parent company.
Microsoft, Alphabet, Meta, Apple, and Amazon earnings could set the market’s tone.
Multiple woes are hitting stocks in this key tech stock sector and the outlook is dim.
Tesla’s size, wide price swings, and fervent fanbase give the company an outsize impact on many investors’ portfolios.
Albertsons, Walgreens, and Moderna rally. Software companies fall on expectations of more rate hikes.
Energy stocks jump on OPEC production cuts. Electric vehicle stocks lag.
Solar stocks shine, and retail remains buoyant. Chinese tech names and European healthcare get battered.
Stocks kick off Q4 in a slump, waiting for the next batch of economic news for direction.
Berkshire Hathaway and Verizon are among the low-volatility stocks that trade at a discount.
As recession fears grow, stocks slide, with retailers and energy stocks facing new pressure.
Margins may be trapped between an inflation rock and a regulation hard place, but investor enthusiasm for utility stocks has been anything but squeezed.
After another selloff in stocks and bonds, the Fed meeting could set the tone for the rest of this year.
The wide-moat cybersecurity company is scheduled to split its shares for the first time.
Earnings from Zscaler and Coupa boost shares. Falling oil and gas prices hit energy firms.
E-commerce firms Pinduoduo, Groupon impress. Shares of software companies Okta and MongoDB drop.
Pent-up demand means auto sales could grow even during a recession.
Chinese ADR-listed stocks get a big boost; Nordstrom, Advance Auto Parts slide on outlook.
It will mark the second stock split for the electric vehicle maker in the past two years.
Cheniere Energy Partners, Coterra Energy rally on higher gas prices. Bed Bath & Beyond shares plunge following volatile trading sessions.
Solar stocks get a boost from the Inflation Reduction Act. Increased demand benefits oil and gas drilling equipment suppliers.