CEO of Robinhood rival shines fresh light on what retail investors are doing. Wall Street needs to pay attention.

From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic two years ago, a newish crowd of retail investors emerged, pouring extra cash into equity markets and steering Wall Street into places they never dreamed of, such as meme stocks. Our call of the dayfrom the founder and chief executive officer of competitive stock trading app Zingeroo, says … Read more

GameStop seeks to split stock for the first time since 2007, shares jump nearly 17% in after-hours trading

Shares of GameStop Corp. jumped nearly 17% in after-hours trading Thursday, after the company announced that executives are looking to conduct a stock split for the first time in 15 years. The videogame retailer announced that it planned to ask shareholders for authorization to increase its share count to 1 billion from 300 million so … Read more

GameStop stock shows rare resiliency as it rises to longest win streak in more than 4 years

Shares of GameStop Corp. continued to charge higher Friday, to extend the win streak that started nine trading days ago, after they closed at a one-year low. The videogame and consumer electronics retailer’s stock GME, +6.71% charged up as much as 11.1% intraday before paring gains to close up 6.7% at $151.95. It has rocketed … Read more

Here is what AT&T is giving investors in WarnerMedia spinoff, and how it will work

AT&T Inc. detailed its plans for the spinoff of WarnerMedia on Friday, with investors eventually expected to receive a share of the new streaming-media entity for every four AT&T shares they own. AT&T T, +2.19% is in the process of spinning off its WarnerMedia business in a combination with Discovery Inc. DISCA, +0.85%, which executives … Read more

US jobless claims plunge to lowest level since 1969

The numbers: Initial jobless benefit claims fell by 28,000 to 187,000 in the week ended March 19, the US Labor Department said Thursday. That’s the lowest level since September 1969. Economists polled by the Wall Street Journal had expected claims to total 210,000. Key details: The number of people already collecting jobless benefits fell by … Read more

It’s the beginning of the end of globalization, say BlackRock’s Larry Fink and Oaktree’s Howard Marks

“The magnitude of Russia’s actions will play out for decades to come and mark a turning point in the world order of geopolitics, macroeconomic trends, and capital markets.” That was Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock BLK, in his annual letter to shareholders that published Thursday. And in our call of the dayhe closed the door … Read more