August is off to a bright start, with stocks climbing following gains in Asia in a week that will conclude with more positive US job statistics.
Robinhood's shares fell on its first day of trade. Binance services are pushed back by EU regulations, S&P 500 started its day in the green.
Asia had a favorable impact on European markets; Chinese authorities called banks and reassured them regarding the recent regulatory crackdowns.
In spite of exceeding Wall Street's expectations in their latest earnings reports, Apple and Microsoft shares plummeted in the late trading session.
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Last week, both Twitter and Snap showed off the real strength of the internet advertising sector by demonstrating more active users than projected.
Netflix (NFLX), Chipotle (CMG), Coca-Cola (KO), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), and Verizon (VZ) boosted the market that had been on the decline in previous months.
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