2020-09-11 12:48:00| Fool.com Headlines
If you cashed in on some high-flying tech stocks, here's what you should know about the tax implications.
2020-09-11 08:58:05| Mondaq.Com
The Group's profits have been impacted by the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic BOV remains committed to support its customers ...
2020-09-11 00:29:13| Fool.com Headlines
The home fitness company's results drove its stock to near all-time highs in after-hours trading.
2020-09-07 20:22:59| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Masayoshi Son looks like a gambler on a lucky streak so its no wonder shares in his firm were down 7%Would you trust Masayoshi Son, the man who did so much to promote and finance the WeWork silliness, to take huge short-term punts on your behalf on the value of US technology stocks?Retail shareholders in Softbank, the Japanese firm founded and led by Son, clearly do not. Softbanks value fell by almost $9bn (6.8bn), or 7%, on the Tokyo market on Monday after the company was revealed over the weekend to be the whale that had been making big bets on US tech stocks using derivatives. Softbanks buying of call options the right to buy a financial instrument at a fixed price at a future date was reported by the FT to have reached a notional value of $30bn over the summer. Continue reading...
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