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US equities rallied to record highs overnight on Wall Street amid optimism over a US-China “phase one” deal while the USD strengthened.
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Washington’s decision to impose visa bans on Chinese officials combined with adding further Chinese companies to a US-trade blacklist, has weighed on the slim hopes that both economies would potentially reach a truce at upcoming negotiations.
Walt Disney (DIS) stock fell in after-hours trading yesterday, while quarterly results were hammered by a decline in theme-park attendance, spend on new streaming services, declines in viewership at its networks, in addition to an unsuccessful movie, which was inherited as part of the $71 billion acquisition of Fox assets.
Overnight, financial markets all around the world fell due to increasing pressure and concern surrounding the US-China trade dispute.
While iPhone sales dipped, the company managed to generate most of its revenue through its wearables businesses and offered a better-than-expected outlook for the next quarter.
The strength of online advertising is proving once again its power in driving profits through the roof at Alphabet, the parent company of Google, which demonstrated better-than-expected financial results for the second quarter of the year.
Things are looking a little bit iffy for Vodafone (VOD), right now. It’s not been the best of Julys for the telecom big-boy. Share price has hit a little bit of a slump of late and, as a result, its top executives have agreed to slash their (probably eye-watering) share bonuses by a fifth, are under pressure and facing a potential investor revolt.
Investors and buyers of Netflix stock will be biting their nails this morning, while sellers of the same stocks will be punching the air, as the streaming giant says subscribers will fall 8% in Q2, citing rising competition and higher content costs.