Friday , 29 September 2023

Chris Thompson

Arm Debuts Strong but Stumbling in a Down Market

2023-09-24 Arm IPO

Arm Holdings, a semiconductor industry giant, marked its recent debut and its stock opened on the first day of trading at $56.10, closing at $63.59 per share, well above the $51 IPO price. However, after a week of daily declines, the stock is struggling to trade above the IPO price, amid tepid analysts' ratings, and a cautious stock market.

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IEA Believes Peak Oil Before 2030 But OPEC Calls Projection “Dangerous”

IEA battles OPEC

In an op-ed featured in the Financial Times this week, Fatih Birol, the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), articulated the IEA's projections, signaling an impending "historic shift" in global energy demand and the potential peaking of oil demand before 2030. However, OPEC's Secretary General, Haitham Al Ghais, argued that such narratives could lead to energy chaos.

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Is VinFast Really the New Tesla

Tesla EV and Charging Stations

In the realm of electric vehicles (EVs), few names stand out as prominently as Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA). A pioneer in the sector, the company has established a reputation for innovation and market dominance. Yet, as the industry evolves, emerging players like VinFast Auto Ltd. (NASDAQ: VFS) are stepping onto the global stage, bringing with them unique strategies and ambitions.

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Getting Some Instacart IPO in Your Basket

2023-08-27 Instacart

Maplebear, operating as Instacart, the San Francisco-based grocery delivery service, has unveiled its plans for an initial public offering (IPO). This move comes after years of anticipation and strategic planning.

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US DOE Includes Copper in its Recent Critical Minerals Assessment Report

Copper wire

In a pivotal move towards bolstering the supply chain security for clean energy technologies, the U.S. Department of Energy has released its much-anticipated 2023 Critical Materials Assessment. Among the materials deemed critical are aluminum, cobalt, copper, dysprosium, and various types of steel and metals like gallium, iridium, lithium, and magnesium.

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Reasons Why You Should Get An Extended Warranty For Your Car

Car showroom

Most people have had the experience of buying a new car, only to find out it has a problem within a few months of purchase, which leaves them searching for a way to make it right. From the manufacturer to the car dealership, the cost to fix the problem can be high. That's why many people opt to get an extended warranty plan. While there are plenty of reasons to purchase a plan like this, this post will cover some other main reasons they can be an estate purchase with any vehicle.

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