Intel Corp. may have a better-than-expected June-ending quarter at the expense of the next as PC sales rose in part in anticipation of upcoming tariffs in the ongoing U.S. trade war with China, and at least one analyst cautions that will cause the chip maker to slash its outlook for the year again.
Facebook Inc. investors haven’t been bothered too much by the ongoing threat of regulatory activity, even as it impacts the company’s ability to go about its day-to-day business.
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Oil futures head higher Thursday following an 11 million-barrel drop in U.S. crude supplies, but gains have been capped by worries about worries about sluggish global growth — a bearish factor for crude demand.
Shares of United Parcel Service Inc. rocketed toward their best one-day gain in a decade after the package delivery giant reported profit and revenue rose above expectations, as the company’s next-day air service took business from its rivals’ two-day offerings.
Few of them have declined, as low interest rates have made them more attractive.
Asian markets were little changed in early trading Thursday, despite new record highs on Wall Street.