Tesla is not alone: 18 (and a half) other big stocks are headed for their worst year on record

Tesla is not alone: 18 (and a half) other big stocks are headed for their worst year on record

In the worst year for stocks since the Great Recession, several big names are headed for their worst year on record with just one trading day left in 2022. The S&P 500 index SPX, +1.75% and Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +1.05% are both headed for their worst year since 2008, with declines of 20.6% … Read more

This asset will crush all others in 2023, says hedge-fund manager who nailed one big call of 2022

This asset will crush all others in 2023, says hedge-fund manager who nailed one big call of 2022

As 2022 winds down and investors reflect on a horrendous year, they can take some comfort in the fact that the big guys had their share of misses. Among them is Harris Kupperman, the president of hedge fund Praetorian Capital, who recently blogged about his 2022 calls he nailed — a selloff of big tech … Read more

Dow falls nearly 500 points after strong data, bearish comments by David Tepper

Dow falls nearly 500 points after strong data, bearish comments by David Tepper

U.S. stocks traded lower on Thursday, erasing most of their gains from their biggest rally in three weeks after a round of upbeat economic data and a warning from hedge-fund titan David Tepper that he was “leaning short” against both stocks and bonds on expectations the Federal Reserve and other central banks will continue tightening … Read more

TuSimple Plans Layoffs That Could Cut at Least Half Its Workforce Next Week

TuSimple Plans Layoffs That Could Cut at Least Half Its Workforce Next Week

Self-driving trucking company TuSimple Holdings Inc. TSP -3.75% plans to cut potentially at least half of its workforce next week, people familiar with the matter said, as it scales back efforts to build and test autonomous truck-driving systems. A staff reduction of that size would likely affect at least 700 employees, the people said. As … Read more

Saab Books $659 Mln Polish Order For Naval Intelligence Ships

Saab Books $659 Mln Polish Order For Naval Intelligence Ships

By Dominic Chopping STOCKHOLM–Saab AB said late Wednesday that it has now booked a previously announced 6.7 billion Swedish kronor ($659.2 million) deal to supply two ships to Poland. The Swedish defense company said last month that it had signed a contract with the Polish Ministry of Defense to design, produce and support two signal … Read more

Russia Launches New Drone Attacks as Partnership With Iran Deepens

Russia Launches New Drone Attacks as Partnership With Iran Deepens

Russia launched fresh attacks with Iranian-made drones early Saturday over Ukraine, where the country’s southern command said it shot down 10 of the unmanned aerial systems, an indication that Moscow has replenished its supply of the drones as the two countries move toward what the U.S. has called a full defense partnership. Ukraine’s southern command … Read more

U.S. Altered Himars Rocket Launchers to Keep Ukraine From Firing Missiles Into Russia

U.S. Altered Himars Rocket Launchers to Keep Ukraine From Firing Missiles Into Russia

WASHINGTON—The U.S. secretly modified the advanced Himars rocket launchers it gave Ukraine so they can’t be used to fire long-range missiles into Russia, U.S. officials said, a precaution the Biden administration says is necessary to reduce the risk of a wider war with Moscow. The U.S. since June has supplied Ukrainian forces with 20 High … Read more

Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China

Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China

In recent weeks, Apple Inc. AAPL -0.34% has accelerated plans to shift some of its production outside China, long the dominant country in the supply chain that built the world’s most valuable company, say people involved in the discussions. It is telling suppliers to plan more actively for assembling Apple products elsewhere in Asia, particularly … Read more

November jobs report is most important data for inflation this year- and not in a good way

November jobs report is most important data for inflation this year- and not in a good way

The November U.S. jobs report on Friday showed the U.S. economy gained 261,000 jobs last month, with the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.7%. Economists polled by the Wall Street Journal had expected an addition of 200,000 jobs. Wages jumped 0.6% in November, double the expected pace. Below are some initial reactions from economists and … Read more

Elon Musk’s Boring Company Ghosts Cities Across America

Elon Musk’s Boring Company Ghosts Cities Across America

ONTARIO, Calif.—The unsolicited proposal from Elon Musk’s tunnel-building venture arrived in January 2020. To the local transportation authority, it felt like finding Willy Wonka’s golden ticket. Officials had started planning for a street-level rail connection between booming Ontario International Airport and a commuter train station 4 miles away, with an estimated cost north of $1 … Read more