Athleisure apparel and footwear maker Under Armour (NYSE: UAA) stock has been falling within the proximity of revisiting its pandemic lows.
Yandex is facing geopolitical as well as macroeconomic headwinds, along with supply chain shortages and threats from sanctions.
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Shares of Ross Stores (NASDAQ: ROST) are moving up because of a combination of factors that include performance, capital returns, and a greatly improved outlook for long-term growth. The company...
Demand for physical gold is rising. This bodes well for gold mining stocks that are experiencing faster growth than the price of gold itself. Here are three gold mining stocks...
Huntsman (NYSE: HUN) is a diversified organic chemicals company with customers in end markets ranging across all verticals and industries. The company has been working hard over the past year...
Having been among the quickest of the airlines to get their shares back to pre-pandemic levels, Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) have struggled to keep the momentum in recent months.
Online job recruiter ZipRecruiter (NYSE: ZIP) stock is benefiting from the labor shortage amidst rising employment and wage inflation.
Like many of last year's SPAC successes, Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ:RIDE) sprinted out of the gates after it made its public market debut.
A 3% jump in Wednesday's session was just what shares of Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) needed. Since hitting an all time high back in August, they've been setting consecutively lower lows and have given up close to 20% of their value.
Inovio (NASDAQ:INO) stock is staging a mini-rally over the last five days in advance of what is expected to be a mixed earnings report. Analysts are forecasting negative earnings per share (EPS) of 20 cents.
After experiencing a 700% run in less than a year's worth of trading, shares of Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY) are learning that what goes up, must come down.
Enterprise and government data analytics services provider Palantir Technologies (NASDAQ: PLTR) stock has been selling off hard in the face of the stock market rally, leaving many investors to wonder when the bleeding will end.
Movie theater stocks rose Friday, and losses are expected to narrow, but the long-term health of these companies may still prove to be a horror show.