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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway share price over $4,21,000; Nasdaq can’t take a rise for long

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc share price has risen to over $4,21,000 per Class A share. But, the stock’s impressive 41-year run may soon come to a screeching halt, if the US stock exchange Nasdaq doesn’t upgrade its computer systems soon.

Finance,Technology are two largest earnings contributors to S&P 500: Zacks Research

The picture emerging from the Q1 earnings season is one of all-around strength and momentum, even though big slices of the economy are still dealing with the pandemic’s effects.

Wall Street in control of bulls; Chris Wood says these factors will continue to aid market momentum

Dow Jones has now surged a massive 78% from March 2020 lows, while S&P 500 is up 81%, and NASDAQ has zoomed 97% in the same time frame.

Technology stocks lead rebound in U.S. futures – A look at key events this week

Equity investors appeared to shrug off inflation fears that had spooked markets a day earlier, even as fresh evidence of rising prices emerged.

Re-opening US economy already priced in by Wall Street; Morgan Stanley downgrades small-caps

Currently, markets are flooded with liquidity and benchmark indices are scaling fresh highs but valuations suggest the risk is elevated.

Warren Buffett accepts selling Apple shares, despite Charlie Munger’s disapproval, was a mistake

Berkshire Hathaway, at the end of the previous year, owned 907 million shares of Apple, after having sold stocks worth $11 billion.

Top-performing ETFs in US stock market

Owning the US stocks via ETFs will give you exposure to various index stocks thus bringing diversification to the portfolio.

Wall Street inches closer to pre-covid normal; is it now time to ditch the stay-at-home trade?

Amid a global lockdown, Wall Street saw a massive surge in the so-called ‘stay-at-home’ stocks.

No time to turn defensive on Wall Street; Morgan Stanley says there’s more steam in cyclical trades

Lisa Shalett believes it is time for investors to rebalance their portfolios but keep cyclicals and value stocks at the core.

Apple posts record revenue, declares higher dividend payout – Check record date

The Company posted a March quarter record revenue of $89.6 billion, up 54 per cent year over year, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $1.40.

Valuations of shipping stocks still inexpensive; Jefferies bullish on these Wall Street shares

Among tanker companies listed on Wall Street, Jefferies has a ‘buy’ rating on six and a ‘hold’ rating on two. 

Tesla Q1 Earnings 2021: Company posts net income of $438 million, revenue up by 74%

Tesla's GAAP net income reached $438M, and the non-GAAP net income surpassed $1B for the first time in the company's history.

US Stock Market: Treasury yields rise on growth bets, dollar falls

Investors will focus on corporate earnings and U.S. economic data this week even as the Fed primes them to expect no change to policy.

Wall Street investors await Tesla, Apple, Amazon earnings along with Biden’s tax proposal next week

The last week of April will see companies such as Elon Musk’s Tesla, Microsoft, Alphabet, General Electric, Apple, Boeing, Facebook, Qualcomm, Ford, Amazon, Mastercard, and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway report their quarterly earnings.

U.S. Futures rise after stocks bruised by Joe Biden’s tax plan

Investors are weighing the implications of higher taxes against the potential spillover benefits of spending on infrastructure.

Which S&P 500 industry has the most potential in 2021 – Raymond James

Those investors seeking a more aggressive investment style may choose to overweight the preferred sectors and entirely avoid the least favored sectors.

Infrastructure super-cycle on Wall Street; Morgan Stanley believes these sectors could benefit

Wall Street could soon benefit from the massive infrastructure spending being planned by the Joe Biden administration.

S&P 500 crosses 4,000 for first time in history! How to invest in US stocks from India

While it took almost five years for the S&P 500 to rise from the 2,000 milestone to 3,000 in July 2019, the latest 1,000-point trip took about 21 months.

Global fund managers believe S&P 500 will outperform in 2021; tech stocks gaining investor interest

34% of survey participants believe that S&P 500 could be the best investment for 2021, dethroning emerging markets that were the most favoured trade till last month.

Investors await a fresh round of corporate earnings with global shares sitting at record highs

The risk of another destabilizing increase in borrowing costs has also subsided, as bond yields have pulled back from recent highs.