U.S. stock-index futures trade sharply lower early Thursday, suggesting a third day of weakness for equities, following losses in Asia and Europe overnight as new restrictions were imposed to combat rising coronavirus cases in many parts of the world. See full story.
Here’s why Tesla, Amazon, and Nvidia aren’t overpriced, says this investment house
Tesla, Amazon, and Nvidia stocks may not be overpriced, according to new analysis. See full story.
Fastly saga may be warning investors to pick future winning stocks wisely, says strategist
Our call of the day from JonesTrading's Michael O'Rourke says there is no middle ground in this market right now and cloud-software group Fastly may offer a cautionary tale for investors. See full story.
London joins raft of European cities facing tough new restrictions, as leaders battle second COVID-19 wave
Londoners from different households won’t be able to gather indoors, Germans face further controls on gatherings, and nighttime curfews are being implemented in nine French cities. See full story.
After uproar, Twitter explains why New York Post story on Hunter Biden was blocked
Hours after blocking a New York Post article from being shared in tweets and direct messages, raising an outcry from many, Twitter Inc. late Wednesday explained the reasoning, saying the issue was images within the article -- not the article itself. See full story.
Starting prices for the iPhone 12 range from $699 to $1,099. See full story.