U.S. solar stocks briefly rallied on Friday after the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that solar imports have been harming domestic companies. The ruling opens the door for President Donald Trump to exercise the power granted to him under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974 to impose tariffs or other restrictions on solar imports.
Twitter Inc TWTR 0.11% is testing its latest initiative to increase user engagement: longer tweets. In a blog post Tuesday, product manager Aliza Rosen said Twitter is testing out 280-character tweets, double the current 140-character limit.
First Solar, Inc. FSLR 0.19% stock jumped 5.4 percent Sept. 22 to a new 52-week high of $53.00 after a positive ruling from the U.S. International Trade Commission. The ruling left the door open for President Donald Trump to potentially restrict solar imports, a move that would likely support domestic solar prices.
Red Hat Inc RHT 0.16% shares jumped more than 4.2 percent Tuesday after the company’s second-quarter earnings report topped market expectations.
PTC Therapeutics, Inc. PTCT 0.68% is already experiencing some major volatility Tuesday ahead of its upcoming AdCom meeting for Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug candidate Translarna on Thursday. The stock took a 22-percent dive Tuesday morning ahead of the meeting as investors have started to doubt an FDA approval following the release of FDA briefing documents Tuesday morning.
Alphabet Inc GOOG 0.38% GOOGL 0.32%’s dominant market share lead in the internet search business just got a little bit bigger. Apple Inc. AAPL 0.17% has announced it will be switching from Microsoft Corporation MSFT 1.16%’s Bing search engine to Google for all its default Siri searches. In addition, Apple will now be using Google to power all its iOS and Spotlight searches…
After a big post-election surge in 2016, bank stocks have mostly lagged the market so far in 2017. In a new note Monday, Deutsche Bank analyst Matt O’Connor said things will only get worse for banks from here.
A disappointing month of September for Apple Inc. AAPL 0.17%investors got even worse on Monday when a broad tech sector sell-off dragged the stock down another 0.8 percent. However, BlueFin Research Partners analyst John Donovan told clients Monday that they shouldn’t be too concerned about the negative Apple headlines or the stock’s 6.0 percent decline since its iPhone event…
Investors hungry for pure-play artificial intelligence companies have sent share prices of a handful of smaller tech companies soaring in recent weeks. Here’s a look at eight stocks with an emphasis on AI that may still be mostly under-the-radar.
Since Sept. 1, the price of bitcoin has plummeted 26.3 percent amid negative headlines out of China and bearish commentary from notable Wall Street investors. On Sept. 22, JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPM 1.43% CEO Jamie Dimon doubled down on his anti-bitcoin rhetoric, but JPMorgan has actually been buying bitcoin on the September dip.