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  1. Google And Magic Leap Join Forces: 'We See a Lot of Potential' In AR/VR Market

    By Shivani Kumaresan Alphabet Inc ‘s (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) Google and augmented reality startup Magic Leap have entered into a strategic partnership aimed at creating immersive experiences that integrate the physical and digital realms. The collaboration, confirmed by both co
  2. Volatility Spooks Investors As Treasury Yields, Dollar Climb Ahead Of Key Economic Releases: What's Driving Markets Wednesday?

    By Piero Cingari Volatility surged back into the market on Wednesday, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) spiking 9% after hitting nearly three-year lows last week, fueled by fresh upticks in Treasury bond yields. The yield on the 30-year Treasury note, a crucial benchmark for mor
  3. Wall Street Trades Flat On Mixed Producer Inflation; Meme Stocks See Wild Ride, Bitcoin Drops: What's Driving Markets Tuesday?

    By Piero Cingari Wall Street is experiencing a subdued trading session, with all major indices showing minimal movement around midday in New York. The latest producer inflation data provided mixed signals ahead of the highly anticipated consumer inflation report on Wednesday. Fed C
  4. Tech Stocks Inch Higher Ahead Of Key Inflation Data, GameStop Skyrockets, Tencent Fuels China Rally: What's Driving Markets Monday?

    By Piero Cingari Wall Street kicked off a data-heavy week on a mixed note as traders await key inflation updates and remarks from Fed Chair Jerome Powell in the coming days. The S&P 500 remained stable, hovering around Friday’s closing levels and not far from record highs. The Nasd
  5. Stocks On Track For Third Green Session, Palantir Ignites Rally In Chipmakers, Commodities Rebound: What's Driving Markets Monday?

    By Piero Cingari The stock market is poised to mark a third consecutive session of gains, with major indices all trading in the green during midday trading in New York on Monday, as traders continue to react positively to quarterly earnings and the Federal Reserve’s unexpectedly d