Invesco asset manager reveals his 10 favorite stocks

Invesco signs are displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Michael Nagel | Bloomberg | Getty Images Despite threats from inflation, the Covid-19 virus and central bank policy, stock investors won’t fear much in the coming years, according to Invesco portfolio manager Randall Dishmon. .

India may tighten rules, not impose outright ban, Zebpay says

India is set to propose a new crypto bill in Parliament, and investors are trying to understand what this might mean for the future of virtual currencies in South Asia’s largest economy. Lawmakers may eventually choose to impose strict regulations on the cryptocurrency market rather than impose a total ban on private currencies, according to … Read more

Apple warns Thai activists that ‘attackers’ may have targeted iPhones

The Apple logo appears on the window of the company’s store in Bangkok on February 14, 2021. Mladen Antonov | AFP | Getty Images Apple issued alert messages on Wednesday to at least six activists and researchers who have criticized the Thai government, warning that it believes their iPhones have been targeted by “state-sponsored attackers,” … Read more

Tencent must get approval from regulators before publishing new apps

People walk in front of a Tencent banner at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China, August 7, 2020. David Kirton | Reuters State broadcaster CCTV said on Wednesday that Tencent must get approval from Chinese regulators to send updates to its apps. The move comes after regulators found that several apps made by … Read more

5 big issues from regulation and EVs to semiconductors

A technician inspects a computer chip. Safa Ozil | E + | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China – China’s tech sector has embarked on a wild ride over the past year, with tightening regulations, wiping billions of dollars from companies’ market value and a steady push from Beijing to achieve tech self-sufficiency. These are among the … Read more

Baidu kicks off robotaxi business, after Beijing city’s fare approval

A safety employee enters a self-driving robotic taxi on October 13, 2020, in Beijing, China, a few days after Baidu launched trial operations for its Apollo Robotaxis. Zhao Jing | China Optical Group | Getty Images BEIJING — The Chinese tech giant told CNBC this week that Baidu could start collecting automated taxi fares in … Read more

Instagram chief Adam Mosseri to testify before Congress

Adam Mosseri, Facebook Beck Dieffenbach | Reuters Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is expected to testify before Congress for the first time in the week of December 6, Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn spokesman confirmed. “Following surprising reports of Instagram’s toxic effects, we want to hear directly from the company’s leadership why they are using powerful algorithms … Read more

Elon Musk sold another $1 billion in Tesla shares on Tuesday

SpaceX founder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk visits the construction site of Tesla’s huge factory in Gruenheide, near Berlin, Germany, May 17, 2021. Michel Tantoussi | Reuters Tesla CEO Elon Musk sold nearly $1.05 billion in stock Tuesday night, according to financial filings published this week. Sales are scheduled for September to exercise the options … Read more

Amazon executive overseeing brick-and-mortar store push departs the company

Amazon Go grocery store at Amazon’s corporate headquarters in Seattle, Washington. David Rider/Stringer | Getty Images Amazon recently lost a high-profile CEO who oversaw the company’s growing brick-and-mortar division. Cameron Gaines, Amazon’s vice president of physical retail, left the company on Tuesday, according to his LinkedIn profile. “After 14 years, today is my last day … Read more

5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday, Nov. 24

Here are the top news, trends and analysis that investors need to start their trading day: 1. Wall Street looks lower as tech stocks come under pressure again Traders during the initial public offering of Sweetgreen (IPO) in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, Thursday, November 18, 2021. Michael Nagel … Read more