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Digital media companies have understood podcasts for years. Now tech giants are getting in late, but bringing big dollars to buy instant footholds.
Down 28% from its February peak, Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) stock is performing significantly worse than the rest of the stock market, which has rallied off its March lows and cut its total decline to about 15%. Is there really any doubt that, given a year or so to figure this pandemic out, Coca-Cola stock will bounce back? To see what the next year might hold for Coca-Cola, take a look back with me at what management told us about its Q1 2020 results just a few weeks ago.
While it's not the end-all indicator of a company's staying power, a company that has consistently raised its dividend for decades is likely one that possesses a durable competitive advantage that allows it to grow its revenue and profits over time. Here are two stocks that have delivered a good balance of capital appreciation and rising dividend payments for more than 25 years. Walmart (NYSE: WMT) currently pays a dividend yield of 1.72%.
The COVID-19 pandemic could be paving the way for Amazon to become a formidable force in the healthcare sector.
After falling deeply and quickly from late February through late March, the S&P 500 has bounced back pretty strongly. Two I recently bought more of are American Express (NYSE: AXP) and The Rubicon Project (NYSE: RUBI). The three are down 28% and 37%, year to date, versus an 8% dip for the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEMKT: SPY) since January 1.
Back in late March, I outlined the reasons why I purchased shares of Walmart (NYSE: WMT) and Target (NYSE: TGT) as the economic lockdown to bring COVID-19 to heel got under way. Much has changed during the last two months, and migrating to e-commerce will continue to be a top priority for Walmart and Target as they play catch-up to Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). The first quarter (February to April 2020 for Walmart and Target) was a banner moment for both big box stores.
Markets have bounced back sharply from their March lows. Here's what to do if you missed the bottom.
It wound up taking just weeks for the coronavirus pandemic to shut down nonessential businesses across most states, as well as put more than 36 million people out of work. Knowing full-well the implications of shutting down large swaths of the economy to slow disease transmission, Congress passed and the president signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law on March 27. For example, the CARES Act provided $500 billion for distressed industry loans, close to $350 billion for small business loans, $100 billion for hospitals, and apportioned $260 billion to expand the unemployment benefits program through July.
Reliance Industries Ltd <RELI.NS> has launched an online grocery service, JioMart, the head of its grocery retail business said, in a move aimed at rivalling Amazon.com's <AMZN.O> local unit and Walmart Inc's <WMT.N> Flipkart in the huge Indian market. JioMart will deliver groceries in more than 200 towns across the country, Damodar Mall, chief executive of grocery retail at the Indian conglomerate, said on Twitter late on Saturday. Mumbai-headquartered Reliance has not announced JioMart's launch at a time it is selling $7 billion (5.75 billion pounds) in new shares.
Reliance Industries Ltd has launched an online grocery service, JioMart, the head of its grocery retail business said, in a move aimed at rivalling Amazon.com's local unit and Walmart Inc's Flipkart in the huge Indian market. JioMart will deliver groceries in more than 200 towns across the country, Damodar Mall, chief executive of grocery retail at the Indian conglomerate, said on Twitter late on Saturday. Mumbai-headquartered Reliance has not announced JioMart's launch at a time it is selling $7 billion in new shares.
The rationale behind the deluge of dollars flooding into billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio Platforms is beginning to become more clear as his e-commerce venture JioMart starts rolling out to more people across India. An e-commerce venture between the nation’s top telecom operator Jio Platforms and top retail chain Jio Retail, JioMart just launched its new website and started accepting orders in dozens of metro, tier 1 and tier 2 cities including Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune, Bokaro, Bathinda, Ahmedabad, Gurgaon, and Dehradun. A Reliance executive said JioMart is live and delivering across 200 cities and towns across India.
As coronavirus restrictions lift, one expert says 'simply opening the doors will not be enough.'
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been forced to delay its Prime Day shopping holiday, typically held in mid-July, as it faces an unexpected surge in demand. With the coronavirus pandemic leading to more online shopping, Amazon has had to make several moves to limit the sale of items it doesn't deem essential. The ultimate marketing event for Amazon is Prime Day.
These three companies are solid dividend payers that are at lower prices than they were earlier this year.
VeriSign (VRSN) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Shops, the new online shopping platform just launched by the social media giant, has been a long time coming. Management had dropped a number of hints on the last earnings call about a new online shopping platform. As COVID-19 forced a number of businesses to close their brick-and-mortar doors, Facebook has set up tools for them to sell gift cards, allowed them to hold fundraisers, and set up a Business Resource Hub to help them with online sales and other needs.
If you want to find recession-proof stocks, look no further than the companies doing well amid the coronavirus pandemic. Because Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) delivers compelling products to both business-to-business (B2B) and consumer markets, the tech giant is well-positioned to weather an economic downturn. Microsoft's Windows and Office products are ubiquitous, but that's just one of its strengths.
Amazon has a big-budget game, another in the works, and a secretive cloud gaming service in the making. All of that could prove to be a problem for the industry's old guard.
This week is a shortened trading week with major markets closed Monday in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Investor focus will remain on the coronavirus and its impact on the U.S. economy as most states across the country continued their phased reopening plans.
The oil price collapse is forcing potential buyers of oil and gas fields to try and renegotiate deals or otherwise abandon them entirely
American Express (AXP) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) was built for shelter-in-place. The company had to shift some of its supply chain to meet changing consumer demands, but it did that relatively quickly -- and the online leader has been thriving.
When the S&P 500 remains between the two moving averages for at least 20 days, there’s a 72% chance that the next move is down.