After the Closing Bell Report: Stocks to Watch September 24, 2020

After the Closing Bell Report: Stocks to Watch September 24, 2020

Good evening, here are some highlights from today’s trading and news you can use for tomorrows trading day.

NASDAQ10,672.27 0.37% +39.29

DJIA26,815.44 0.20% +52.31

S&P 5003,246.59 0.30% +9.67

NASDAQ Vol3,975 Mil 0.95% -38 Mil

NYSE Vol4,276 Mil 5.76% +233 Mil

President Trump to sign executive orders protecting preexisting conditions preventing  surprise medical bills. This is part of Presidents Trump of his “America First” health-care plan. He will discuss this  during his visit to Charlotte, North Carolina Thursday. President trump will also  decide that healthcare ‘vision’ promises $200 drug discount cards to Medicare enrollees.

President Donald Trump has fanned new concerns over the politicization of coronavirus vaccine approvals, suggesting he could block stricter guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in order to expedite a treatment to the general public. Source: Yahoo Finance

Mark Cuban says every household in America should receive a $1,000 stimulus check every 2 weeks for the next 2 months.

Walmart To Ship Packages by Drone in Direct Competition to Amazon

Amazon’s home security company , Ring, launched an autonomous indoor security camera using a drone. The drone will fly in predetermined paths and automatically respond to security alarms. It will be called The Always Home Cam with a price tag of  $250 . Watch for it in 2021. Amazon also announced new Echo models, a game service called Luna ahead of its Prime Day sales event.

Costco makes  $4 billion in earnings for first time with record growth, but today the stock fell -NASDAQ: COST 347.00 USD +2.37 (0.69%)Closed: Sep 24, 7:59 PM EDT After hours 338.30 −8.70 (2.51%)

New home sales are drastically up, but inventory is so low due to the big demand of those fleeing the cities to the suburbs.

Working at Google just got more attractive. Google will help employees pay off student  Google will match student loans up to $2,500 annually. This perk comes as  a new company benefit for full-time employees starting in 2021.

Google looks better in the  sports arena .Google and Sofi stadium and Hollywood park sign multi-year partnership to power digital innovation and personalized fan experiences with the cloud.

Google Unveils new phones and smart speakers Chromecast Sept. 30

The 10-year Treasury yield falls after disappointing jobless claims. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell 1 basis point to 0.6651% The 30-year Treasury bond slid to 1.4052%.

Data mining software company Palantir’s stock (PLTR)  receives a $22 billion valuation. The company said it will pursue a direct listing. That means the company will float its existing shares on a public exchange and the market will determine the price. The IPO is set for September 30th, 2020. Shares with start trading at $10 apiece.

Can Facebook pull the trigger on 40 million Europeans?

 

 

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Apple’s Highly Anticipated Event for The iPhone 12 Comes September 15th

 

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