Noel Randewich

GameStop taps Amazon Australia chief as CEO, may sell shares

Jun 09 2021

(Reuters) -GameStop on Wednesday named the head of Amazon's Australian business as its CEO and said the struggling videogame retailer may sell new shares, sending its volatile stock down 7% in extended trade and disappointing some of its ardent fan base of individual investors.

GameStop gains as traders await quarterly report

Jun 09 2021

GameStop's stock jumped 7% on Wednesday before the company was due to release its quarterly results, which a cult following of individual investors will scrutinize for progress in the videogame retailer's turnaround amid this year's rally in its shares.

GameStop set to report results as shares reach for peak

Jun 09 2021

June 9 GameStop is set to report its quarterly results after the bell on Wednesday, with a cult following of individual investors looking for progress in turning around the struggling videogame retailer following its recent share price surge.

US STOCKS-Wall Street remains lower after release of Fed minutes

May 19 2021

* Indexes: Dow -0.92%, S&P 500 -0.71%, Nasdaq -0.39% (Adds details, update share prices)

US STOCKS-Wall Street remains lower after Fed minutes

May 19 2021

* Indexes: Dow -0.75%, S&P 500 -0.52%, Nasdaq -0.21% (Updates after release of Fed minutes)

Airbnb sinks as insiders become free to sell shares

May 17 2021

Shares of Airbnb dropped almost 6% in a busy session on Monday after insiders in the home rental firm became free to sell their shares for the first time since the company's December IPO.

Analysis-SPAC returns trail S&P 500 as retail investors temper interest

May 04 2021

As retail investors pump less money into blank-check companies, returns on those stocks are badly underperforming versus the S&P 500.

Wall Street ends lower, weighed down by Apple

Apr 30 2021

Wall Street ended lower on Friday, with Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and other tech-related companies weighing on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq despite recent strong quarterly earnings reports. | Video

World News

Netanyahu out, Bennett in as Israel marks end of an era

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Benjamin Netanyahu's record 12-year run as Israel's prime minister ended on Sunday with parliament approving a new "government of change" led by nationalist Naftali Bennett, an improbable scenario few Israelis once could have imagined.