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There are more than a few retail stocks that could rally in the short-term and are worth a look at this time if you are interested in potentially profiting from the trend. Let's take a look at 3 stocks to play the shopping mall revival.
The rising demand for raw materials has led to a substantial increase in the demand for cargo trucks over the past couple of months. As manufacturing and industrial production continues to rise, we think truck manufacturers Paccar (PCAR) and Oshkosh (OSK) should be able to generate solid revenues and earnings. But let's evaluate which of these stocks is a better buy now.
With rising demand for online marketplaces, companies have been increasing their digital footprints. The trend is also driving an increased focus on digital marketing. As a result, we think Adobe (ADBE), América Móvil (AMX), Interpublic Group (IPG), and TEGNA (TGNA), which facilitate digital marketing, could be big winners. Let's look closer at these names.
Even though biotechnology company iBio (IBIO) reported some positive developments related to its COVID-19 vaccine candidates this month, it is way behind competitors that are already distributing COVID-19 vaccines. So, will it's FastPharming System give it a late edge over its peers? Read on.
Electric Vehicle (EV) maker Fisker (FSR) has been making headlines after inking a major deal with Chinese EV manufacturing company Foxconn. However, because production of its EV model (Project PEAR) is not expected to begin until the fourth quarter of 2023, the company’s sales prospects remain far off. Further, a global semiconductor chip shortage and growing competition in the EV space could be major headwinds for the stock. Read on.
The global pandemic drove shares of technology companies higher as people all over the world were forced to work and live digitally. This included software company Splunk (SPLK), but the company's stock has since halved. Is it time to buy now? Read more to find out.
For a company that was tagging all-time highs as recently as March, Disney (NYSE: DIS) shares have grown quite soft in recent weeks. We’ve seen a more risk-averse sentiment creep into equities since interest rates started popping last quarter,
The share price of leading e-commerce platform ContextLogic (WISH) has plunged more than 50% year-to-date amid growing concerns surrounding the company’s bleak performance in its last reported quarter. Although WISH’s expanding logistics capabilities and differentiated product offerings could boost its growth in the long term, near-term headwinds could cause the stock to suffer a further pullback. Read more to find out.