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Waiting on the Fed, Homebuilder Confidence Sags, Instacart IPO, Shutdown Risk

If you think we have no idea concerning economic growth, just get a load of these professional economists -- all working at regional district branches of our nation's central bank.

Here's Why I'm Pointing to Arm Holdings as a Short Play

Why should this IPO be valued more highly than Nvidia or AMD?

Is Arm Holdings a Buy After a Big First Day of Trading?

ARM's successful debut may breathe life into capital markets, but will it hold onto the 24.7% gain from its debut day?

Uncomfortable CPI, Inflation Bogeymen, Arm IPO, Trading Apple and Berkshire

As Apple tries to find a bottom, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, a major shareholder, traded at record highs both on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Economic Uncertainty Leads to a Muddled and Messy Market

While many economists are optimistic, some of the news hitting individuals is very sobering.

SoftBank Seeks Top Value Amid Strong Demand for Arm Listing

With the British chip designer Arm due to debut on Nasdaq Thursday, parent SoftBank is looking to price the stock at the high end of the indicated range (or higher!).

Arm IPO Will Provide Dry Powder for New SoftBank Spree

After retreating to play defense, Masayoshi Son now feels this is the time to return to offense.

Wall Street's Summer Is Almost Gone: What to Expect From Stocks, Bonds and China

Here's what I'm looking for, including from IPOs, M&A, private equity and a potential recession.

The Biggest IPO of the Year Is Producing More AI Excitement

Japan's Softbank plans to spin off chip designer Arm, and the buzz over that deal is combining with Nvidia's coming earnings to energize the AI crowd.

Itching for a Good Trade? Johnson & Johnson Spinoff Kenvue Should Offer Relief

Boasting brands like Band-Aid and Benadryl, Kenvue has now become the largest pure-play consumer health company, and it will soon offer two distinct -- and excellent -- opportunities.

Things Are Turning Green for Fast Casual Chain Sweetgreen

Let's check if this restaurant stock's salad days are ahead.

Restaurant IPOs Sizzle, But Will They Cool Off Quick as 5 Other Debuts Did?

Cava and Korean BBQ company GEN Restaurant Group are enjoying quick rallies. Recent history, however, suggests the honeymoon may not last.

Cava Group's Hot IPO Could Whet Investor Appetites for More Restaurant Offerings

There are reports that other restaurant chains could be preparing to go public, but whether they'll get the reception seen by Cava is an unknown.

Cava's IPO Feeding Frenzy: Will It Be the Next Chipotle or Zoe's Revisited?

As euphoria subsides, ultimately the company will have to deliver results.

Don't Be Surprised if We Start to See a Rash of 'AI' IPOs

"AI" is in quotes because some companies that will sell themselves as artificial intelligence initial public offering plays may be so in concept but not in reality.

Intel Shares 'Arm' Their Way Out of a Base Pattern

News about Intel becoming an anchor investor in the U.K. chip name have the stock breaking out.

Chickens Keep Coming Home to Roost After the Fed's Loose Monetary Policy

Companies that went public a few years back when money was cheap are struggling now, and commercial real estate outfits likely are next on the list.

Indonesia's IPO Market Is Outrunning Wall Street This Year

With natural resources companies going public and a privatization push, these are halcyon days for Jakarta's capital markets.

Does This Restaurant Group Have the Ingredients for a Tasty IPO?

Let's see what's in the kitchen at CAVA Group.

Jack Ma Surrenders Control of Ant Group, Causing Alibaba Shares to Bounce

Ant Group's political rehabilitation appears complete, with a holding company restructuring that means Ma no longer dominates voting power.

Weber Flames Out as a Public Company While Rival Traeger Sputters

BDT Capital Partners' planned acquisition of the Weber shares it doesn't already own will end Weber's short stint as a publicly traded company.

Loss-Making Paytm Vows to Buy Back Shares in Face of Stock Selloff

India's largest-ever public offering at the time of its listing, Paytm has seen its share price perform horribly. Will this vote of confidence turn things around?

Weber's Goose Appears to Be Cooked as a Public Company

Majority owner BDT Capital Partners offers to buy the shares of the grillmaker it doesn't already own; meanwhile, Getty Realty hikes its dividend.

Shein's Price Drop Could Prompt IPO Recalculation

Shein, the leading fashion-app download in the US, was valued at US$100B at its latest financing round, but faces a cut-price discount sale on its own shares.

It's Hard to Say What's Cookin' at Weber, Though It Smells Like a Short Squeeze

The grillmaker's stock has traded wildly and heavily at times, most recently this week after it posted its latest results on Monday.

I Will Buy No Wine Before Its Time and Won't Buy These 3 Wine Stocks Yet, Either

This trio of companies that produce wine made their stock market debuts over the past 18 months and don't look ripe for the picking.

Chinese Tech Company Ximalaya Pulls Planned IPO Yet Again

Poor market conditions and the uncertain status of Chinese tech listings cause the podcast market leader to put off its Hong Kong IPO.

Robinhood Transforms From High Flyer to Dicey Value Stock in Less Than a Year

After debuting with much fanfare last July, the former market darling now is languishing in value territory.

Ant Group IPO Revival Buffets Alibaba Stock

There's an unusual divergence between Alibaba shares in New York and Hong Kong, with the market not quite believing its ears that an Ant IPO is about to go ahead.