This week, the largest US banks — JPMorgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley — reported the results of Q2. Check the tech analysis of their shares.
On March 30rd, and online education platform Coursera had a successful IPO. Its capitalization reached $4.3 billion. On the next day, the stock price of Coursera (NYSE: COUR) reached a high of $49.53 at the first trading session, demonstrating growth by 22.8%.
Oil prices have reached their record of the last 13 months. The main reasons sticking to OPEC+ agreements on production, a decrease in the world storage, the stimulation of the US economy, global vaccination, and, finally, record colds in the USA.
What was the growth of the stock price on the first day of trades?
Recently, we have published two posts here and here where we spoke on some stocks that could rise by 50% or more before late 2019. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) had published this before, and we tried to analyze it in technical terms. Today, we are going to recap what happened to these stocks and how much you could have earned on them over the last 20 days.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) is one of the largest investment banks out there, its earnings coming from both traditional banking business, such as loans and deposits, as well as from stock trading. This bank also rates the exchange traded companies, releasing predictions other traders pay attention to.