Transform Any Text Into 100% Human-Like Sound

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Facebook is the big loser of the fourth quarter’s advertising wars

Facebook, now Meta, has emerged as the fourth quarter’s biggest loser in the hotly contested advertising wars. Meta’s stock plummeted 26% Thursday after it revealed that it’s taking a big hit from Apple’s privacy changes, adding that it expects the feature to decrease the company’s 2022 revenue by about $10 billion. Facebook’s admission is the most concrete data pointContinue reading “Facebook is the big loser of the fourth quarter’s advertising wars”

Stocks rise slightly as Wall Street digests red hot inflation report

MARKETS U.S. stocks moved slightly higher Wednesday after a key inflation report showed a historic gain but largely matched expectations. The S&P 500 added roughly 0.3%, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.3%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shuffled between modest gains and losses. The moves come after the December reading for the consumer price index,Continue reading “Stocks rise slightly as Wall Street digests red hot inflation report”

Inflation, rising rates and the Federal Reserve could whip stocks around in the week ahead

MARKET INSIDER The bond market could again set the course for the week ahead, after rapidly rising interest rates gave stocks a choppy start to the new year. In the coming week, key inflation reports are expected, and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is slated to testify Tuesday at his nomination hearing before a Senate panel, while the hearing on Fed Governor LaelContinue reading “Inflation, rising rates and the Federal Reserve could whip stocks around in the week ahead”

S&P 500 and Nasdaq fall for a fourth day on spiking rates to cap the first trading week of 2022

MARKETS Stocks fell on Friday to end a rough first trading week of the year, as tech shares were battered by rising interest rates. The Nasdaq Composite dropped another 0.9% on Friday to close at 14,935.90. The S&P 500 fell 0.4% to 4,677.03 for its first four-day losing streak since September. The Dow Jones IndustrialContinue reading “S&P 500 and Nasdaq fall for a fourth day on spiking rates to cap the first trading week of 2022”

A record 4.5 million workers quit their jobs in November

ECONOMY Workers quit their jobs in record numbers in November while the total employment openings pulled back a bit, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. The so-called quits level surged to 4.53 million for the month, according to the department’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. That represented an 8.9% increase from October and broke September’s high-waterContinue reading “A record 4.5 million workers quit their jobs in November”

Dow drops nearly 400 points in first loss of 2022, as traders brace for a more aggressive Fed

MARKETS Stocks fell sharply Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffering its first decline of 2022, as Wall Street geared up for potentially tighter U.S. monetary policy. The blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the day down 392.54 points, or 1.07%, at 36,407.11. The 30-stock average hit an intraday record earlier in the session.Continue reading “Dow drops nearly 400 points in first loss of 2022, as traders brace for a more aggressive Fed”

Warren Buffett makes over $120 billion on Apple’s rise to $3 trillion, among his best bets ever

MARKETS Warren Buffett’s out-of-character bet on Apple may end up being one of his winningest investments, making more than $120 billion on paper as the tech giant shattered yet another record to top a $3 trillion market valuation this week. Berkshire Hathaway began buying Apple stock in 2016 and by mid-2018, the conglomerate accumulated 5% ownership of the iPhoneContinue reading “Warren Buffett makes over $120 billion on Apple’s rise to $3 trillion, among his best bets ever”

2022 will be the ‘year of vaccination,’ says director of vaccine institute

CORONAVIRUS: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT If 2021 was the year of vaccine development, 2022 will be a year marked by vaccinations and booster shots, according to a leading expert. “2022 will be the year of vaccination — either primary for people who haven’t been vaccinated or booster vaccinations for those of us who have,” said JeromeContinue reading “2022 will be the ‘year of vaccination,’ says director of vaccine institute”

Nasdaq is poised to underperform S&P 500 for first time since 2016 as investors shun tech stocks

TECH or the first time in five years, tech investors aren’t the life of the Wall Street party. As 2021 winds down, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite is up 23% for the year, trailing the S&P 500, which has climbed 28%, through Monday. The last two times the S&P 500 topped the Nasdaq occurred in 2016 and 2011. TechContinue reading “Nasdaq is poised to underperform S&P 500 for first time since 2016 as investors shun tech stocks”