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December tends to be a strong month for the market.  Here's how our stocks have performed recently

December tends to be a strong month for the market. Here’s how our stocks have performed recently

Seasonal trends are an often-discussed topic on Wall Street, especially at this time of year as the market approaches the so-called “Santa Gathering” window in late December. This year’s bear market certainly has investors hoping for a bit of holiday cheer. So we thought we’d take a look at what the Santa’s Rally phenomenon is …

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Amazon's cloud unit faces cost-sensitive customers as economic fears rise

Amazon’s cloud unit faces cost-sensitive customers as economic fears rise

Amazon Web Services has been its parent company’s biggest growth engine for most of the past decade, taking business with some of the world’s largest technology vendors. But as companies face the most discouraging economic environment since the 2008 financial crisis, those massive checks they send to AWS for their technology infrastructure are coming under …

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Jim Cramer's 10 most important things to watch in the Friday market: Hot jobs, chip issues, FedEx looks OK

Jim Cramer’s 10 most important things to watch in the Friday market: Hot jobs, chip issues, FedEx looks OK

My Top 10 Things to Watch Friday, December 2, 2022 1. US stock futures point to a weaker open as bond yields rise on stronger-than-expected job growth and wage inflation in November. Non-farm payrolls increased by 263,000. The country’s unemployment rate remains, as expected, at 3.7%. Average hourly earnings up 0.6% month-over-month and 5.1% year-over-year, …

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US curbs on powerful chip exports to China hurt now, but should prove bullish in the long run

US curbs on powerful chip exports to China hurt now, but should prove bullish in the long run

It’s understandable why the United States felt the need to act quickly to keep powerful semiconductors out of the hands of the Chinese government. It’s best to move from a position of strength before it’s too late. However, as chip stock shareholders, it still hurts. As you may recall, Club holding Nvidia (NVDA) was particularly …

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