Wall Street’s main index closed green on Tuesday as investors and traders kept their eyes on Thursday’s key consumer price inflation data. federal reserve Chair Jerome Powell While he did not specifically mention policy prospects in his speech on Tuesday, he stressed the importance of central bank autonomy in making the decisions needed to deal with inflation. The Nasdaq Composite closed his 1.01% higher and the Dow Jones closed Tuesday with him 0.56% higher. The S&P 500 he closed 0.7% higher. Meanwhile, here are five of his stocks that are garnering investor attention.
1. Tesla Inc. TSLA: Tesla shares closed 0.77% lower on Tuesday. The company applied to expand its Gigafactory in Texas, with a total investment of $775.7 million, Reuters reports, according to government filings. This is one of his largest expansion drives in Germany since he founded the $5.5 billion Gigafactory.
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2. Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN: Amazon shares closed 2.87% higher on Tuesday. The company is reportedly considering closing his three UK warehouses in 2023, which could affect his 1,200 employees. Hemel Hempstead, DoncasterWhen Gourok According to Bloomberg, it will close this year to make way for two new fulfillment centers.
3. Viola Therapeutics, Inc. biol: The company’s shares closed 155.92% higher on Tuesday, up 43.7% in extended trading. In a release, Biora said it is on track for his IND filing for its PGN-600 program and subsequent initiation of clinical trials for its targeted therapy platform focused on treating ulcerative colitis.
Four. Riot Platforms Inc. Riot: stocks Bitcoin Bitcoin/USD Miners closed 15.34% higher on Tuesday following a surge in cryptocurrency prices. Bitcoin rose on Tuesday as he topped the 17,400 mark, up 2.93% over the past five days.
Five. netflix inc. NFLX: Netflix shares closed 3.92% higher on Tuesday. Goldman Sachs has raised its forecasts for the streaming giant, with his price target increased from $200 to $225 per share, Yahoo Finance reports.
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