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Monthly Buzz: Enjoy the swings
Welcome back to Monthly Buzz. All three indexes ended the week higher. The Dow was up 5.93%, and the S&P 500 was up 3.09% during the month. The tech-heavy Nasdaq gained 5.30% (Data as of Nov 30, 2022).
Let's take a look at how buzzing stocks of the month perform!
Data as of Nov 30, 2022
Note: The number of buzz stars is based on the search and message volumes on moomoo.
1. TSLA – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 9: Tesla shares were trading 7.17% lower after CEO Elon Musk disclosed the sale of nearly $4 billion in stock following his recent acquisition of Twitter.
Nov 10: Tesla shares soared 7.39% amid overall market strength following softer-than-expected October inflation data.
Nov 21: Tesla recalled 321,628 vehicles for taillamp issues, dragging its price down 6.84%.
2. AMC – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 08: AMC shares climbed 5.44% as it announced a partnership with Zoom.
Nov 11: AMC shares soared 17.46% after the big "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" opening.
Nov 23: AMC shares received a 4.37% boost from Amazon's plans to invest $1 billion annually in movie theatrical releases.
3. AAPL – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 03: Apple shares dropped 4.24% due to a bearish outlook on the smartphone market from Qualcomm.
Nov 10: Apple shares surged 8.90% amid a slowdown in inflation and a rise in jobless claims.
Nov 15: Apple shares gained 1.19% with the broader market after October PPI data showed a smaller-than-expected rise in wholesale prices.
4. NIO – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 04: NIO stocks soared 17.51% as China's three benchmark A-share indexes were all up.
Nov 11: NIO shares rose 11.80% on reports the country eased Covid measures.
Nov 16: NIO price target lowered to $18 from $19 at Barclays, sending its share price down 8.51%.
5. AMZN – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 01: Amazon shares fell 5.52% amid overall market weakness as stocks fell on concerns over a tight labor market.
Nov 10: AMZN soared 12.18% following a lighter-than-expected inflation report.
Nov 16: Amazon shares decreased 1.84% following reports that the company plans to lay off 10,000 corporate and technology roles.
6. MULN – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 02: Mullen stocks plummeted 9.62% as it eliminated $13 million in debt following conversion.
Nov 10: Mullen stocks rose 22.68% after it announced that it had secured a 500-vehicles-per-year purchase order from Newgate Motor Group.
Nov 17: Mullen Automotive secured funding to close ELMS asset acquisition, sending its shares up 2.78%.
7. META – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 01: META shares gained 2.19% after the FCC commissioner called for TikTok to be banned.
Nov 09: Meta shares were up 5.18% after it announced a planned layoff of 11,000 employees.
8. NVDA – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 04: Nvidia shares were trading 5.48% higher amid AMD's reported financial results showing strong data center growth.
Nov 10: Shares of Nvidia went up 14.33% after new data showed softer-than-expected price increases in October.
Nov 17: Nvidia shares slid 1.46% after the company reported mixed financial results.
9. BABA – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 11: The shares of Alibaba increased 1.43% on reports that the country eased Covid measures.
Nov 15: Alibaba stock jumped 11.17% on positive China online retail sales data.
Nov 17: Alibaba surged 7.80% after Q3 earnings beat expectations.
10. XPEV – Buzzing Stars:
Nov 4: XPeng completed CNY964 million debut issuance of automobile leasing carbon-neutral asset-backed securities. XPEV shares rose 14.87%.
Nov 11: Xpeng shares jumped 20.60% higher on reports the country eased Covid measures.
Nov 21: Xpeng shares fell 5.67% despite establishing a new subsidiary with a business scope including battery making.
That's all for today's Monthly Buzz. Thanks for reading.
Source: All the news events mentioned above are from moomoo news. The % change data of the above stocks is from moomoo's daily quotes.
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