Each month, our “Stock Watch” series examines recent trends in sports betting stocks on Wall Street and outside the United States on major global exchanges. According to Goldman Sachs, the booming US sports betting market is expected to reach nearly $40 billion in annual revenue by 2033. A prominent investmentRead More →

Gilbert CarrasquilloGetty Images As 2021 drew to a close, the 15-week trial of disgraced Silicon Valley prodigy Elizabeth Holmes completely gripped us. Holmes founded the biotechnology company Theranos, which claimed to have invented a device that would revolutionize blood testing, requiring only a drop or two of blood rather thanRead More →

Matterport, Inc. (NASDAQ: MTTR), the spatial data company, reported a bigger-than-expected loss for the fourth quarter of 2021 and a disappointing forecast. Following the results, shares of the company lost more than 14% in premarket trading after closing down 5.6% on Wednesday. Results in detail Matterport suffered an adjusted lossRead More →

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[ad_1] Dow industrials closed slightly higher on Monday, posting a fourth straight day of gains, as energy and bank stocks rose as Treasury yields rebound. But the shift in rates has also caused headwinds for rate-sensitive sectors of the market, including technology. On Friday, the Dow Jones rose 33 points,Read More →

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[ad_1] US stocks fell on Monday but finished well above session lows as investors analyzed the potential impact of a faltering real estate developer in China and traders positioned ahead of a two-day meeting from Federal Reserve policy makers which begins Tuesday. How did the stocks trade? The Dow JonesRead More →

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