‘Moore’s Law’s dead,’ Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang says in justifying gaming-card price hike

Nvidia Corp. Chief Executive Jensen Huang on Wednesday said he thinks it’s going to be “a pretty terrific Q4 for Ada,” the company’s next-generation chip architecture unveiled this week, even as critics balk of a price hike during a softening in consumer demand. Nvidia NVDA, +0.65% expects high demand for gaming chips using its next-generation … Read more

There’s only one ‘perfect asset’ to fight all the bad news that could be coming, says this strategist

Ahead of that, stock futures are falling after Ford warned on high supply costs, on the heels of FedEx’s FDX, +1.17% profit caution last week. The dollar and cash have been among the most popular havens for investors as they navigate recession risks with higher rates and higher inflation, alongside a brutal war in Europe. … Read more

Ford stock drops more than 4% as supply costs to jump by $1 billion, parts shortages to leave more cars unfinished

Ford Motor Co. shares dropped more than 4% in the extended session Monday after the company said inflation and parts shortages will leave it with more unfinished vehicles than it had expected, reminding Wall Street supply-chain snags are far from over for auto makers. Ford F, +1.43% said it expects to have between 40,000 and … Read more

Facebook stock falls to yet another ignominious level

Facebook was a member of the exclusive $1 trillion club a year ago, but it’s fallen a long way since then. Now named Meta Platforms Inc. META, -2.18%, the company saw its market value fall below $400 billion Friday for the first time since Jan. 7, 2019, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Meta’s valuation … Read more

The biggest Fed rate hike in 40 years? It could be coming next week.

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and times are, arguably, increasingly desperate. The persistence of high inflation might force the Federal Reserve to resort to the biggest increase in a key U.S. interest rate in more than 40 years. After another dismal U.S. inflation report, economists at the brokerage Nomura Securities on Tuesday became the … Read more

Nvidia stock fall after U.S. moves to restrict its data-center sales in China

Nvidia Corp. shares fell in extended trading Wednesday after the graphics-chip specialist disclosed that the U.S. government is seeking to restrict its data-center business in China. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nvidia NVDA, -2.42% revealed that the U.S. has installed new license requirements for its A100 and forthcoming H100 integrated circuits … Read more

Okta stock plunges as CEO says ‘short-term challenges’ resulted in workers leaving at a higher rate

Okta Inc. shares plummeted in extended trading Wednesday after executives revealed the software company faced issues stemming from integration of the $6.5 billion acquisition of Auth0. Okta OKTA, +0.26% executives hiked their annual earnings outlook again Wednesday, but kept their target for full-year revenue the same. Todd McKinnon, chief executive and co-founder of Okta, told … Read more

Hewlett Packard Enterprise earnings and revenue grow, forecast beats expectations

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s profit and revenue grew last quarter, and executives on Tuesday predicted more earnings growth to round out the fiscal year. HPE HPE, -0.51% reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $409 million, or 31 cents a share, on revenue of $7 billion, up from $6.9 billion a year ago. After adjusting for stock-based … Read more

Bed Bath & Beyond stock rockets a day ahead of ‘strategic update’

Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. soared Monday, as meme-stock investors expressed optimism a day ahead of the home goods retailer’s strategic update. The stock rocketed 27.4% in afternoon trading, while the S&P 500 index SPX, -0.17% slipped less than 0.1%. On Friday, the stock had climbed 5.9% while the S&P 500 tumbled 3.4%, … Read more

Fed’s Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow. Here’s what investors should do next.

Now might be the time to consider hiding out in short-dated Treasurys or corporate bonds and other defensive parts of the stock market. On Friday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell talked of a willingness to inflict “some pain” on households and businesses in an unusually blunt Jackson Hole speech that hinted at a 1970s-style inflation … Read more