Another Earnings Season is approaching and we thought this is a great moment to expand our CFD offering by adding more global shares from the tech, banking, electric car, and other popular industries.
Those include a total of 64 company shares from the US, UK, and the EU, some of which might be bellwethers for the US economy, following the recent Big Tech layoffs and a Banking Crisis.
CoinBase (COIN) is one of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency trading platforms. As Bitcoin and other major cryptos have started to leave Crypto Winter behind, and investors are looking for safe-haven assets, all eyes are on the crypto market and an impending recovery.
PayPal (PYPL) is a technology stock that has been watched closely by investors lately. The fintech pioneer is planning to report its quarterly earnings in April, after announcing that it’s planning to lay off 7% of its workforce.
BlackRock (BLK) will debut the Q1 earnings season this April. The multi-national investment company was employed to sell the $114 billion securities portfolios it inherited from the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
Aston Martin (AML) stocks were trending in March after experiencing a price rally. The British luxury car maker forecasts better profitability in 2023, overcoming supply chain disruptions.
Rivian (RIVN) is an electric car manufacturer that has successfully increased its vehicle production. In Q1 2023 it delivered 8,000 vehicles and for the full year 2023, it’s sticking to its goal of producing 50,000 electric vehicles. In 2021, Rivian went public raising $12 billion, in the largest IPO in the U.S. since 2014.
Spotify Technology (SPOT) has become the world’s first streaming platform with more than 200 million paid subscribers. Even though its revenue increased in 2022, it has announced that it’s planning to cut 6% of its workforce.
Credit Suisse Group (CSGN) collapsed in March, reacting to the recent U.S. regional bank failures. The Swiss Bank, which has existed for 167 years, was acquired by its rival UBS.
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