Bankinter: The Nasdaq will start trading this Monday with the new adjustment of the weights of its components. The Nasdaq can perform a special rebalancing when the aggregate weighting of the stocks in its index with an individual weighting of more than 4.5% exceeds 48% of the index total. The rebalancing aims to reduce this weighting to a maximum of 40%. The final weightings have not yet been published, although…
Renta 4: The price reacts from levels of $60, historical lows of the stock during 2019, before emerging on the upside with the lockdowns of the pandemic. Although the stock is at the same levels as then, the company’s figures have nothing to do with those of that time, for example it has more than $5 billion, 25% of its capitalisation, in cash, without debt. In the short term it…
(eToro) | US stock indices snapped a winning streak that had lasted for over a week on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 falling 0.8% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing 1.1% lower. The Nasdaq Composite was still in the green, however, driven by a positive day for information technology stocks. It is now up by close to 11% year-to-date and has surpassed the huge milestone of 10,000 for the first time ever.
In a BofAML released today and entitled A Year Ahead Forecast So Bullish, It’s Bearish, analysts draw three main conclusions: S&P 500 expected to climb to 2800 next year, despite sharp mid-year correction; inflation could be a global game-changer for stock and credit markets, and global economic growth accelerates,while the U.S. GDP capped by productivity and wages
The Corner | April 24, 2015 | The Nasdaq closed on Thursday at an all-time high, surpassing record set 15 years ago, at the very dot com boom. But while US equities have been supported by positive earnings, the current market environment is very different from the late 90s.
Chinese Internet companies such as Weibo, Baidu and Tencent are sophisticating their business models to offer innovative products and services. This crucial change brings to the brands made in China greater value at a global level as they go public on the New York Stock Exchange.
MADRID | By Julia Pastor | Abengoa’s strategy for 2013 included the creation of a company holding concessional assets to go public in the U.S. market. The first step came on Monday when the Spanish firm submitted a draft registration statement to SEC for a yield company. So-called yieldcos in Wall Street’ jargon are financial vehicles that hold assets generating stable and predictable cash flow. The price of the operation remains unknown but its goal would be to raise about $1 billion for the company to continue reducing debt. The Seville-based company specialised in technology solutions for energy and environment sectors is listed in Nasdaq since October 2013.