China’s internet firms are revving up efforts to outdo each other since Beijing began to wind back its bruising internet crackdown, spurring an abrupt surge in competition that’s threatening margins and spooking investors.
Cathie Wood is back to selling JD.com Inc. shares after a hiatus of about six months as Chinese technology stocks see a historic rebound helped by regulatory easing.
Wall Street’s waning conviction in Coinbase Global Inc. has done little to deter Cathie Wood. Instead, she’s been scooping up shares of the struggling cryptocurrency exchange in the wake of the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX.
Cathie Wood’s flagship fund clocked its best session on Thursday as riskier assets bounce following a softer-than-expected inflation report.
Shares of semiconductor companies fell Monday, with the industry selling off globally after fresh US curbs on China’s access to American technology added to a disappointing start to the earnings season, stoking concern that the industry’s downturn is far from over.
A sizzling rally in global semiconductor stocks this week is starting to look illusory as a slew of disappointing earnings from major chipmakers pointed to a likely protracted downturn for the sector.
Tesla Inc. shares jumped Tuesday after Cathie Wood bought the company’s shares following their Monday’s plunge, prompted by a disappointing delivery number for the third quarter.
The dog days of summer are firmly over as global investors absorb Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s stern message that interest rates are going higher for longer in a painful fight against inflation.
Funds controlled by Cathie Wood dumped Coinbase Global Inc.’s stock for the first time this year as the the largest US crypto exchange faces a probe.
Funds controlled by Cathie Wood have been selling shares of Komatsu Ltd. this week ahead of the Japanese machinery maker’s earnings report.
Global risk assets were at the epicenter of a selling spree Friday as investors kicked off the second half of the year with recession concern front and center.
Skeptics of superstar fund manager Cathie Wood are increasing and becoming more vocal.
Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management has been selling Chinese tech stocks, with holdings in one of the firm’s funds falling to the lowest on record as Beijing’s crackdown on the sector intensifies.
As stocks around the world continue to smash one record after another, some of the world’s biggest money managers have a simple message: Get used to it.
Overflowing cargo ships, snarled production lines, copper above $10,000 and a start to earnings season that’s smashing records.