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The Motley FoolAug 01, 2021
2 Tech Stocks to Buy After Blowout Earnings Results
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2 Big Reasons Not to Invest in Chinese Stocks Right Now
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CNBC BusinessAug 01, 2021
Why Apple shareholders shouldn't be too worried after the earnings selloff
Apple was among big tech stocks investors sold after earnings along with Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon. The earnings power of these companies has not changed.

Yahoo BusinessAug 01, 2021
5 Top Dividend Stocks for August 2021


The Motley FoolAug 01, 2021
3 Top Growth Stocks to Buy After Q2 Earnings
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FT.com - Financial MarketsJul 30, 2021
Chinese hot pot stocks: market sell-off lifts lid on opportunities
China's catering industry has historically carried low regulatory risk — and this is now a big draw

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 30, 2021
Dole stock suffers downbeat debut, as it opens below IPO price and falls further
Dole PLC stumbled out of the gate Friday, as the Ireland-based fruit and vegetable company's stock opened 6.3% below the price of the downsized initial public offering, then slipped even further. The IPO had priced overnight at $16 a share, at the low end of the recently lowered expected range of between $16 and $17. The company raised $400 million, as it sold 25.0 million shares in the IPO, down from expectations of a 30.3 million share offering. The stock's first trade was at $15.00 at 11:18 a.m. Eastern for 1.6 million shares. At that price, the company was valued at $1.48 billion. The stock was down 9.1% at $14.55 in recent trading. The stock's downbeat debut occurred on a day that the Renaissance IPO ETF rose 0.1% while the S&P 500 slid 0.5%.

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