Research type: Company News, Insights, & Analysis
After opening on a bearish note on Wednesday, Tesla (TSLA) was trading with 4.8% losses for the day, near $195.25 at 1:16 PM ET.
Qualcomm (QCOM) stock fell more than 10% in the first half of trading on May 22 after it lost its licensing lawsuit with the US FTC (Federal Trade Commission).
Apple (AAPL) suffered a setback recently when the US Supreme Court allowed an antitrust lawsuit against the company to proceed.
Today doesn’t seem to be a good day for electric vehicle companies. Earlier today, NIO stock hit an all-time low of $4.00.
Alibaba (BABA) is facing consumer complaints in Europe about the terms of a dispute settlement between shoppers and sellers on its AliExpress marketplace.
The cannabis sector has been struggling to find direction on May 22, with cannabis stocks trading on a largely mixed note in the first half.
The US equity markets have come under pressure this month because of the ongoing US-China trade war.
At the end of March 31, AT&T’s (T) long-term debt was $163.9 billion, while its short-term debt was $11.5 billion.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is set to acquire supercomputer manufacturer Cray (CRAY) for $35 per Cray share.
General Motors and Ford, the two largest US automakers, were trading with 1.4% and 1.5% losses on May 21. Fiat Chrysler was down 0.8%.