What is the difference between isa account and share dealing account?
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Micron Technology is poised to post a loss of 66 cents per share on another drop in revenue. Three months ago, sales fell 41% to just over $4 billion. Jeremy Naylor | Analyst, London | Publication date: Tuesday 28 March 2023 The chip industry is still suffering from distortion originating from the Covid-19 pandemic. Orders soared during 2020 and 2021 to supply a technology boom, pushing Micron and other chip makers to produce more. Now, in the context of fears of a recession, they are left with excess inventories and are being forced to wind down their capital investment budget. Micron earnings Tonight after the close of Wall Street we've got an all-session stock reporting earnings, which could be interesting. It is the chip company, Micron Technology. It's poised to post a loss of $0.66 per share. Revenue is expected to continue declining to $3.75 billion. Three months ago, sales fell 41%, just over $4 billion. So it's on this downward trajectory. As I say it is an all-session stock on the IG platform. You'll be able to take a tilt at this in the markets after the close. It will open at 9:00 this morning, UK time at 60.08, that's $60.08 a share. Share price chart Look at the pressure the stock has been under. The semiconductor industry generally still suffering from distortion originating from the Covid-19 pandemic. Orders soaring during 2020 and 2021 to supply a technology boom, pushing Micron and other chip makers to produce more. Now, in the context of fears of a recession, they are left with excess inventories and are forced to wind down their capital investment budget. Micron Technologies reporting after the bell this evening on this Tuesday, 28th of March.
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I don't know what type of account I should go for: isa or share dealing account. What is the difference?
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