Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla is undergoing a turbulent moment recording a sharp decline in market capitalisation, as the company battles internal and external factors threatening its market dominance. One key driver
Leading stock exchanges are listing new firms as investors anticipate a return to normalcy, despite the world economy staring at a possible recession as inflation continues to wreak havoc across the markets.
The top ten U.S. publicly traded companies have a cumulative market capitalisation of $12.82 trln as of December 21, a valuation that is at least five times more than China’s top ten
Fourteen major banks in the world have lost a cumulative $635.3 bln in market capitalisation since last December, primarily due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by Buy Shares. Wells