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This basket lists stocks that investors interested in tech should have in their portfolios — including FANG stocks and rising stars that just had IPOs.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited
PayPal Holdings, Inc.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Activision Blizzard, Inc.
Electronic Arts Inc.
Match Group, Inc.
The Trade Desk, Inc.
Zillow Group, Inc.
Stocks in 2020 are still poised for gains, but maybe not at the same rate as 2019.
After testing hiding likes for users in Canada, Instagram is expanding the test to more countries after seeing "positive" results, says Instagram director Eva Chen.
Tesla had earlier said it will soon reveal the location of a European Gigafactory for production in 2021. Musk, in an awards ceremony in Germany, said the factory will be near the new Berlin airport, adding it will also create an engineering and design centre in the city. In October, Reuters reported that the automaker is aiming to start production for its gigafactory in China amid uncertainties around orders, labour and suppliers.
All eyes will be on President Trump Tuesday for U.S.-China trade war updates. Walmart, Nvidia, and others are set to report their quarterly earnings. And why Casey's General Stores (CASY) is a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) right now...
Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said earlier this year the company is planning to unify the messaging infrastructure across its platforms. Facebook said the new service will collect user information such as payment method, date, billing and contact details when a transaction is made and that it would use the data to show targeted advertisements to users. Advertising practices of Facebook have been in the spotlight for the past few years amid growing discontent over its approach to privacy and user data.
While many analysts remain skeptical about Tesla, the company has managed to surprise the markets with its Q3 results, and some analysts are now convinced the stock will reach $400
HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer XPeng, backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd , has raised nearly $400 million (£312.6 million) from investors including Xiaomi Corp to fund its growth, said two people with knowledge of the matter. The fundraising comes at what bankers and industry insiders describe as an increasingly tough financing environment for Chinese EV startups which must jostle for attention in a crowded sector and produce convincing arguments about future profitability despite government cuts to EV subsidies and plans to phase them out. The dollar fundraising comes as Guangzhou-based XPeng, which has mostly raised yuan-denominated capital, mulls going public in the coming years, with New York among one of possible listing venues, the people said.