The US government asked Aussie baby food maker Bubs to send 1.25 million tins to feed America’s youngest and hungriest. Bubs shares soared 40% on the news. But can these little American babies support this valuation past July?
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Tilray shares have spiked twice already; after its IPO in 2018 and during the meme stock craze early last year. But what are the long-term prospects for this divisive cannabis stock?
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Uranium is unloved due to its affiliation with nuclear disasters. But with its spot price surging amid political unrest in global supply leader Kazakhstan, some uranium stocks could soar.
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Does the Aptamer IPO make it the next Biotech stock to watch?
Biotech stock Aptamer is launching its IPO on 22 December, just three months after Oxford Nanopore. Does the York-based start-up's cutting-edge medical technology make it the next stock to watch?
The short journey of the Chinese ride-hailing giant is the smallest of the overseas listed Chinese technology giants, with total losses amounting to more than $1 trillion since February 2021.
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The Lucid share price hit a high of $55 last Friday, after reporting encouraging Q3 results. Its first car, the Lucid Air, just won ‘MotorTrend Car of the Year,’ and production is starting to ramp up.
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The BP share price has fallen 2% today due to mixed Q3 results. Rocketing oil and gas prices sent revenue soaring, but fair accounting rules also saw the energy giant post an overall $2.5 billion loss.
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Profits are expected to have grown strongly in Q3, but a weaker growth outlook and higher costs are posing a risk to future earnings.
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