The coronavirus outbreak has caused stocks to take a massive tumble in the markets last week, but shares of select companies could still climb up amid the selloff. Here are some stocks that are defying expectations in the market amid the panic over the coronavirus.
The spread of the coronavirus has been swift and it’s taking its toll. The heaviest hit countries are reeling from the number of affected people and the deaths. Other countries are doing their best to prevent the virus from spreading among their population. The pandemic
At least four companies could be put on probation or be totally excluded from Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund due to their carbon emmissions, according to the head of the organization’s ethics wing. The wealth fund’s Council on Ethics has deemed the four companies, which
KFC just announced that they are looking for a professional finger licker. The fast-food giant is looking for their “biggest fan” to finger lick their way to fame.” Ugh. It sounds a little gross but wait till you hear the details. First, all you have
Shares of Gilead Sciences Inc. went up four percent in the extended session on Wednesday after the company announced its plans to expand clinical testing for a potential treatment for the coronavirus. The $95 billion biotech company announced on Wednesday that it intends to conduct
Chinese electric carmaker NIO has signed a preliminary deal with the Hefei municipal government in China’s Anhui province to fund its operations. NIO is expected to receive US$1.4 billion from the Hefei government after the deal is finalized in the next two months. Under the
Walt Disney Co’s (DIS.N) announced on Tuesday that its parks chairman, Bob Chapek, will be replacing Robert Iger as chief executive officer effective immediately. Chapek had been serving as the chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products since the position was created in 2018. As
The crisis caused by the pandemic is unlike anything the world has faced recently. Unfortunately, the world is ill-equipped to deal with it. That includes the owners of small businesses who are facing uncertain times ahead. The sad thing is that most of the advice
Waymo, the self-driving car division of Alphabet, has secured $2.25 billion from outside investors in its first round of external fundraising. Google’s parent company Alphabet is providing some of Waymo’s funding, but other Silicon Valley giants are now pitching in as car company continues to
You should be aware of the student loan debt trap. It’s a major problem affecting millions of Americans. Student loan debt now amounts to $1.6 trillion in total and is now bigger than credit card debt. It’s important that you avoid this kind of debt.