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Here's What Wall Street Experts Are Saying About Nike Ahead Of Earnings
Nike is scheduled to report earnings today after the market closes.
Opening Day: Golden Sun Rises In Debut As Ivanhoe Electric Delays IPO
Chinese tutorial services provider Golden Sun Education opened for trading this week, with its shares surging almost 300% following a $17.6 million initial public offering. Meanwhile, Ivanhoe Electric delayed its IPO until next week.
The Week In SPAC News: Moolec Science To Go Public Via LightJump Acquisition Merger
In SPAC news this week, Moolec Science and LightJump Acquisition announced their entry into a definitive agreement for a business combination that would result in Moolec becoming a publicly listed company.
Here's What Wall Street Experts Are Saying About Adobe Ahead Of Earnings
Adobe is scheduled to report results of its second fiscal quarter after the market close on Thursday, June 16.
Short Report: Redbox Takes The Mantle From Gamestop As Short-Squeeze Darling
Redbox appears to have taken over the pole position in the race by the Reddit army to pump up a heavily-sold antiquated story with a short-squeeze.
Opening Day: EV-Focused Phoenix Motor Drops In Market Debut
Shares of electric vehicle maker Phoenix Motor dropped below their offer price in their first trading day, sliding more than 45%. This market remains slow, with just 45 companies having listed their shares using a traditional IPO this year.
Revlon Preparing Chapter 11 Filing As Soon As Next Week, WSJ Reports
Ron Perelman's company has been in talks with lenders ahead of debt maturities that begin next year, it's been reported in WSJ.
What You Missed On Wall Street On Thursday
Here are our top five lists with the news and calls moving stocks, that you better not have missed yesterday...
After-Hours Movers; DocuSign Crashes Over 20%
DocuSign crashes over 20% after Q1 earnings miss; Illumina slips 6% as company CFO steps down, and more from after hours.
Tesla Upgraded To Buy From Neutral At UBS
UBS analyst Patrick Hummel upgraded Tesla to Buy from Neutral with an unchanged price target of $1,100. The shares are down 35% year-to-date.
Opening Day: Zhong Yang Rises 240% In Market Debut
Shares of Chinese online broker Zhong Yang Financial jumped 240% in its first trading day. The stock opened at $25, up 400% from its offer price, amid a quiet year for initial public offerings.
Unilever Shares Rally 7%
Unilever announced the appointment of Nelson Peltz as a non-executive director of the company and as a member of its Compensation Committee.
What Wall Street Experts Are Saying About Alibaba Ahead Of Earnings
Alibaba is scheduled to report quarterly results Thursday before the U.S. market opens.
Tesla Price Target Lowered To $800 From $1,150 At Daiwa
Daiwa analyst Jairam Nathan lowered the firm's price target on Tesla to $800 from $1,150 and keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
Here's What Wall Street Experts Are Saying About Target Ahead Of Earnings
Target to report Q1 earnings Wednesday before the open.
Here Is What Wall Street Is Saying About Home Depot And Lowe's Ahead Of Earnings
Home Depot reports Tuesday BMO, while Lowe's reports Wednesday BMO.
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