Duech Shares Cure New Year’s Hangover, Pushing Nasdaq Into Correction The momentum is against the companies. with exciting promises that will change the world As investors turn to more “cost-effective” alternatives such as oil and banking.

    The tech sector is facing a crisis in two weeks as reports of some of the biggest names, including Microsoft on Tuesday, Tesla on Wednesday and Apple on Thursday. They have to prove they can thrive in a post-lockdown world. Squeezing the cost of living means people have less money for technology products and services.

    “The outlook for the Nasdaq 100 will be much clearer in two weeks,” said Matt Weller, head of global research at and City Index. A weak earnings report or weak guidance could make the index one of the early start. The worst in more than a decade

    Now, though, Omicron is reluctant to return to normal life. But less-growth stocks like Peloton and Zoom beat the pandemic. was under pressure for several months. Near-record tech stocks have just dropped at least 50 percent from their record highs.

    The tech giant’s stocks have seen incredible growth. It helped the S&P 500 IT index generate a 33% blockbuster return in 2021, but the sector lost about 10% in January.

    US interest rate concerns The skyrocketing effect has hit nonprofit tech companies that are likely to generate huge revenues in the future. The US Federal Reserve (Fed), meeting this week. It is likely to raise interest rates several times this year to curb US inflation. which is now the highest since 1982

    Year 2525 when time The magazine has chosen a personal computer as a person. Then, astonishingly, the idea of ​​a $3 trillion company hit $3 million in early January (but it’s down 7% since) and had to Overcome problems in global supply chains to continue such high valuations.

    Analysts had forecast Apple’s revenue to increase 6% year over year in the last quarter. That surpassed last year’s record-breaking revenue of $111.4 billion. Earnings May Rise 13% Russ Mold and AJ Bell’s Danni Hewson warn that they still face the risk of a noticeable slowdown – “due to the difficult comparisons caused by increased demand for iPhones, iPads and iMacs. A huge increase in 2020-21 as people work. From home try to connect with people they can’t meet or combat boredom by looking for things to do and see online.”

    After achieving excellent production targets in the last quarter What else can Tesla say about the future? Investors and customers alike are eager to hear when long-awaited models such as the Cybertruck pickup and Roadster sports car will be released. Interest in both is high. But Tesla shares tumbled this month after references to Cybertruck that went into production this year disappeared from the company’s website.

    And even if the tech giants hit the numbers But they still face scrutiny. Facebook owner Meta, reported Feb. 2, is being targeted by regulators looking to destroy it, and Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has vowed not to back down.

    Khan is a competition law expert who published an article titled “Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox” while still a student. It argued that traditional competition law frameworks were not suitable for evaluating digital giants. So a more broad framework is needed. Amazon and Facebook allege that Khan should be removed from the antitrust investigation because she is not neutral. But her expertise may be just what is needed to master Big Tech.


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