Bloom Energy may define the future of the hydrogen economy. QuantumScape is ahead of schedule in developing what could be a revolutionary electric vehicle battery. The market has punished wind turbine blade maker TPI Composites, but that creates a great opportunity for new investors. If you're just getting started on...
Leading EV company Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) has lately been hogging the limelight after the company delivered yet another stellar quarterly report that cemented its status as one of the most disruptive technology companies in the world. Tesla shone on all key metrics: The company built 237,823 cars (+64%) and delivered...
LONDON — European stocks were slightly lower on Wednesday morning, as investors digested corporate earnings, fresh economic data and a budget update from the U.K. finance minister. In Asia, shares were lower in overnight trading, with Chinese tech stocks in Hong Kong seeing big losses. Meanwhile, new data showed industrial...
SLB and HAL reported third-quarter earnings in line with their Zacks Consensus Estimates but BKR and KMI came out with underwhelming bottom lines. Meanwhile, VLO announced strong results.
Toward the end of trading opening Tuesday, the Dow traded up 0.17% to 35,800.97 while the NASDAQ rose 0.12% to 15,245.00. The S&P also rose, gaining 0.32% to 4,581.01. The U.S. has the highest number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the world, reporting a total of 46,417,520 cases with around 757,840 deaths. India confirmed a total of at least 34,202,200 cases and 455,100 deaths, while Brazil reported over 21,735,560 COVID-19 cases with 605,880 deaths. In total, there were at least 244,972,070 cases of COVID-19 worldwide with more than 4,973,480 deaths, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Canada's main stock index fell on Tuesday, dragged by mining and energy stocks, while expectations of a hawkish stance from the Bank of Canada in its meeting later this week further dented sentiment. The TSX Composite remained in the red 25.43 points to reach noon Tuesday at 21,259.41. The Canadian...
London open: Stocks gain after Wall Street records. London stocks rose in early trade on Tuesday after a solid session on Wall Street, which saw the Dow and S&P 500 hit record highs, and following well-received results from the likes of Reckitt Benckiser and Whitbread. At 0835 BST, the FTSE...
Looking at the sectors faring best as of midday Tuesday, shares of Utilities companies are outperforming other sectors, higher by 0.7%. Within that group, AES Corp (Symbol: AES) and NextEra Energy Inc (Symbol: NEE) are two large stocks leading the way, showing a gain of 1.7% and 1.6%, respectively. Among utilities ETFs, one ETF following the sector is the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (Symbol: XLU), which is up 0.9% on the day, and up 10.04% year-to-date. AES Corp, meanwhile, is up 10.89% year-to-date, and NextEra Energy Inc is up 12.55% year-to-date. Combined, AES and NEE make up approximately 19.2% of the underlying holdings of XLU.
Renewable energy is among the most promising investing themes for the next decade. Countries across the world are transitioning towards green energy. Meanwhile, green energy stocks have looked weak in 2021 after the strong rally last year. However, given the positive long-term outlook for the sector. Some of the renewable...
Oct. 25 (UPI) -- The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 hit record highs on Monday, while shares of a Trump-linked company dropped after skyrocketing at the end of last week. The blue-chip Dow closed the day up 64.13 points, or 0.18%, while the broad S&P 500 gained 0.47%...
The heads of the two largest Local Government Pension Scheme funds in Scotland have warned that blanket divestment from fossil fuel stocks is “daft” and “madness”. Council pension funds have come under increasing pressure from climate change campaigners in recent years to sell their shares in companies responsible for high carbon emissions. However, last week’s LGC Investment Seminar Scotland heard that heeding such campaigns would not help achieve net zero.
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I remember the original energy crisis of 1973. I was in third grade at Colfax Elementary School in Pittsburgh. Gas had hit $1.00 a gallon. Schools closed for several weeks in the winter due to a shortage of heating oil. And when they reopened, we had to wear sweaters in our frigid classrooms.
S&P 500 and Dow Jones closed at record highs for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, October 26, while Nasdaq rallied as quarterly results kept the markets in high spirits. The S&P was up 0.18% to 4,574.79. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.04% to 35,756.88. The NASDAQ Composite Index gained 0.06% to 15,235.71, and the small-cap Russell 2000 was down 0.72% to 2,296.08.
While the stock market is witnessing an uptrend on investor optimism around impressive third-quarter corporate earnings, factors such as the continued spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, supply chain disruptions, and rising inflation could bring volatility roaring back to the market. Tight supply and heightened demand have pushed oil and...
Oil prices paused their rally on Tuesday, although both benchmarks remain high over investor caution ahead of the release of US crude oil stock data. International benchmark Brent traded at $85.09 a barrel at 1011 GMT for a 0.09% fall after trade in the previous session ended at $85.17 a barrel.
The RBNZ released a climate change report on Tuesday, laying down its plans and risks related to the climate. Contact Energy announced an offer of up to $200 million of green capital bonds. Trustpower will announce its half-year results in a live webinar on 8 November 2021. On 26 October,...
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. PayPal, Pinterest – Shares of PayPal climbed more than 3% as Pinterest shares tumbled more than 12% after PayPal addressed reports from last week that it's in talks to purchase Pinterest, clarifying that it is not pursuing an acquisition of the social media giant "at this time." Last week Pinterest shares surged on the reports, while PayPal shares dropped.