Sanmit Amin joined Market Realist in 2014. He currently writes about technology stocks.
The stock market has seen big moves both ways this week. The S&P 500 (SPY) has surged 1.3% today as bond yields have risen.
Chinese tech giant Tencent’s (TCEHY) recent Q2 earnings revealed YoY revenue growth of 20.6% to $12.9 billion. Tencent’s net profit surged 35% YoY.
On Thursday, Apple shared an update on its promise. The company is on track to hit its promise of contributing $350 billion to the US economy by 2023.
The major bright spot in Apple’s (AAPL) recent earnings was the growth in its “Wearables, Home and Accessories” division—but don't overlook Apple Watch.
Global stock markets fell after the US yield curve inverted, an indicator of a future recession. Does it necessarily lead to a recession?
Goldman Sachs (GS) is entering the consumer finance space as the bank behind the upcoming Apple Card. But is this a smart move for the investment bank?
Tencent reported its second-quarter earnings results today. It beat analysts' earnings estimates, but its revenue growth was shy of estimates.
Tuesday’s stock market respite was short-lived. The S&P 500 Index fell 2.1% today after the yield curve inverted, an indicator of an impending recession.
Apple's iPhone users haven’t been able to use Spotify via Siri. However, that may change as the companies are reportedly in talks to allow that capability.
It appears that President Donald Trump delayed tariffs to give stock markets some respite and boost the consumer sector.